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  1. No Dividend Risk Security Futures

    The NDR (No Dividend Risk) product was launched on October 2010 in response to the customer demand to eliminate the risk associated with forecasting dividends. This is achieved by adjusting down the previous trading day’s settlement price (by the dividend amount) at the start of business on ex-dividend date.  No shor
    Public DocumentationDec 20, 2019
  2. Daily Settlement Prices

    By accessing this site, you agree that you will not redistribute the contents of this page or any data obtained from the links included to any third party, unless specifically permitted by OneChicago in writing to do so. For more information please visit Site Terms.  This file contains the official settlement price
    Public DocumentationDec 10, 2019
  3. Exchange Summary PVOI

    By accessing this site, you agree that you will not redistribute the contents of this page or any data obtained from the links included to any third party, unless specifically permitted by OneChicago in writing to do so. For more information please visit Site Terms.  Published twice throughout the day, the exchange
    Public DocumentationDec 10, 2019
  4. Trading Hours

    Overview: Market Open/Close The below instruments are available at the session hours listed: Markets Open Close CLOB SSF Outright SSF Calendar Spread STARS™ 08:30 AM CT 04:00 PM CT Trade Reporting SSF Block SSF EFP STARS™ 07:00 AM CT 04:00 PM CT Holidays OneChicago observes the sa
    Public DocumentationDec 19, 2019
  5. Clearing Services

    Overview: The Options Clearing Corporation OneChicago trades are cleared at the AA+ rated Options Clearing Corporation ("OCC") https://www.theocc.com/, which functions as a central counterparty ("CCP") to each trade participant. Firms that are approved to clear Single Stock Futures at OCC are qualified to trade for
    Public DocumentationAug 23, 2019
  6. Listing and Expiration Calendar

    Overview: T+2 Contracts Traditional Monthly Futures Contracts expire on the 3rd Friday of each month, where the expiration day is the last day available for trading. If the expiration day falls on an exchange (US) holiday, then the Friday expiration date will take place on the prior business day. The traditional m
    Public DocumentationSep 24, 2019
  7. Margin Requirements

    Overview: Initial and Maintenance  The basic margin requirement for security futures is 20% of the underlying value of the contract (initial and maintenance margin). This 20% minimum may be reduced for certain types of futures market positions, such as calendar and basket spreads, and for certain offsetting posit
    Public DocumentationAug 23, 2019
  8. Security Futures Training

    Security futures can be traded in a securities account or a futures account maintained by a securities broker or a futures commission merchant. The National Futures Association (NFA) and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), in conjunction with the Institute for Financial Markets (IFM) have developed a free,
    Public DocumentationOct 01, 2019
  9. Taxation

    Market participants should consult with an attorney regarding the tax implications of trading futures products, including whether Section 1058 of the Internal Revenue Code https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/26/1058 applies to your trading strategy. Section 1058 of the Internal Revenue Code https://www.law.corn
    Public DocumentationOct 01, 2019
  10. Test Products

    OneChicago has product listings for various symbols to facilitate no risk testing on the production Delta1 Trading Platform.  Overview: Underlying Symbols For each of the below underlyings the exchange lists products and their related instruments/strategies. Get the current instrument list from our public OPC Inst
    Public DocumentationAug 23, 2019