Tag: ICE Futures Canada

ICE plans to move canola futures from Winnipeg to New York

The scoop: The company that owns the canola futures exchange based in Winnipeg has announced plans to operate the market from New York. The story: Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) sent a notice to market participants on Tuesday saying it intends to transition the canola market from ICE Futures Canada to ICE Futures U.S. on July 29,… Read more »

Milling wheat, durum and barley futures de-listed

Plans for a vibrant Western Canadian futures market for milling wheat, durum and barley similar to canola officially came to an end on Wednesday, as the board of directors for ICE Futures Canada approved the de-listing of the exchange’s three cereal crop contracts. In a notice to market participants, the Winnipeg-based exchange said its futures… Read more »

ICE Canada Tweaks Contracts in Response to Rail Challenges

ICE Futures Canada has made some small changes to its canola, durum, milling wheat and barley contracts following the challenges with rail service¬†over the last year. A notice sent to market participants on Thursday outlined several amendments regarding shipping that apply in instances¬†where there could be physical delivery against a contract. President and Chief Operating… Read more »