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Position limits are established by the exchange as permitted by CFTC Regulation 41.25.
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Position Limit Violation
A position limit violation occurs when a non-omnibus account holding a position in a product-contract within five (5) days of the product-contract's expiration has a calculated component deliverable exceeding the component's 100-share contract limit.
Filling for an Exemption
Parties may file a position limit exemption with the exchange on behalf of accounts whereby the position meets the following qualifications:
- The position constitutes a qualified hedge
- The position constitutes a substitution transaction
Daily Publication of Position Limits
Each day the exchange publishes the latest position limits in terms of 100-share contracts for all components underlying OneChicago Products. Parties should look to this publication to determine if necessary to file a position limit exemption with the exchange.
See the OneChicago Rulebook
414. Position Limits and Position Accountability