Discussion in 'Financial Futures' started by stock777, Aug 21, 2007.
Gee, thats me an at least 40 others that have no clue on this
They might be de-listed or they're still listed to trade but the volume and open interest are zero. Look at eurodollars or fed funds instead. The CME has a website. Contact them for more info.
As you can see, it's like pulling teeth to get an answer to a real question here.
I searched too. all i found was globex GTB -- but no quotes.
Obviously, there used to be t-bill futures. They go back to the 80's
Possible they are only traded in the pit?
CME still lists Tbill contract specs on their website (here), 2nd from top. However, CSI's historical price data for Tbill futures ends in August 2003.
Look at the bottom panel of the chart below. Black histogram bars are "Total Volume" (volume of all contracts, front month AND all back months). Red line is "Total Open Interest". Popularity began to vanish when Bill Clinton was reelected.
Yeah looks like it.
Thought they might have been a good trade when they tanked the yield last week or two
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