17 CFR 151.2 - Core Referenced Futures Contracts.

§ 151.2 Core Referenced Futures Contracts.
(a) Agricultural commodities. Core Referenced Futures Contracts in agricultural commodities include the following futures contracts and options thereon:
(1) Core Referenced Futures Contracts in legacy agricultural commodities:
(i) Chicago Board of Trade Corn (C);
(ii) Chicago Board of Trade Oats (O);
(iii) Chicago Board of Trade Soybeans (S);
(iv) Chicago Board of Trade Soybean Meal (SM);
(v) Chicago Board of Trade Soybean Oil (BO);
(vi) Chicago Board of Trade Wheat (W);
(vii) ICE Futures U.S. Cotton No. 2 (CT);
(viii) Kansas City Board of Trade Hard Winter Wheat (KW); and
(ix) Minneapolis Grain Exchange Hard Red Spring Wheat (MWE).
(2) Core Referenced Futures Contracts in non-legacy agricultural commodities:
(i) Chicago Mercantile Exchange Class III Milk (DA);
(ii) Chicago Mercantile Exchange Feeder Cattle (FC);
(iii) Chicago Mercantile Exchange Lean Hog (LH);
(iv) Chicago Mercantile Exchange Live Cattle (LC);
(v) Chicago Board of Trade Rough Rice (RR);
(vi) ICE Futures U.S. Cocoa (CC);
(vii) ICE Futures U.S. Coffee C (KC);
(viii) ICE Futures U.S. FCOJ-A(OJ);
(ix) ICE Futures U.S. Sugar No. 11 (SB); and
(x) ICE Futures U.S. Sugar No. 16 (SF).
(b) Metal commodities. Core Referenced Futures Contracts in metal commodities include the following futures contracts and options thereon:
(1) Commodity Exchange, Inc. Copper (HG);
(2) Commodity Exchange, Inc. Gold (GC);
(3) Commodity Exchange, Inc. Silver (SI);
(4) New York Mercantile Exchange Palladium (PA); and
(5) New York Mercantile Exchange Platinum (PL).
(c) Energy commodities. The Core Referenced Futures Contracts in energy commodities include the following futures contracts and options thereon:
(1) New York Mercantile Exchange Henry Hub Natural Gas (NG);
(2) New York Mercantile Exchange Light Sweet Crude Oil (CL);
(3) New York Mercantile Exchange New York Harbor Gasoline Blendstock (RB); and
(4) New York Mercantile Exchange New York Harbor Heating Oil (HO).
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§ 151.2 Core Referenced Futures Contracts.

(a) Agricultural commodities. Core Referenced Futures Contracts in agricultural commodities include the following futures contracts and options thereon:

(1) Core Referenced Futures Contracts in legacy agricultural commodities:

(i) Chicago Board of Trade Corn (C);

(ii) Chicago Board of Trade Oats (O);

(iii) Chicago Board of Trade Soybeans (S);

(iv) Chicago Board of Trade Soybean Meal (SM);

(v) Chicago Board of Trade Soybean Oil (BO);

(vi) Chicago Board of Trade Wheat (W);

(vii) ICE Futures U.S. Cotton No. 2 (CT);

(viii) Kansas City Board of Trade Hard Winter Wheat (KW); and

(ix) Minneapolis Grain Exchange Hard Red Spring Wheat (MWE).

(2) Core Referenced Futures Contracts in non-legacy agricultural commodities:

(i) Chicago Mercantile Exchange Class III Milk (DA);

(ii) Chicago Mercantile Exchange Feeder Cattle (FC);

(iii) Chicago Mercantile Exchange Lean Hog (LH);

(iv) Chicago Mercantile Exchange Live Cattle (LC);

(v) Chicago Board of Trade Rough Rice (RR);

(vi) ICE Futures U.S. Cocoa (CC);

(vii) ICE Futures U.S. Coffee C (KC);

(viii) ICE Futures U.S. FCOJ-A(OJ);

(ix) ICE Futures U.S. Sugar No. 11 (SB); and

(x) ICE Futures U.S. Sugar No. 16 (SF).

(b) Metal commodities. Core Referenced Futures Contracts in metal commodities include the following futures contracts and options thereon:

(1) Commodity Exchange, Inc. Copper (HG);

(2) Commodity Exchange, Inc. Gold (GC);

(3) Commodity Exchange, Inc. Silver (SI);

(4) New York Mercantile Exchange Palladium (PA); and

(5) New York Mercantile Exchange Platinum (PL).

(c) Energy commodities. The Core Referenced Futures Contracts in energy commodities include the following futures contracts and options thereon:

(1) New York Mercantile Exchange Henry Hub Natural Gas (NG);

(2) New York Mercantile Exchange Light Sweet Crude Oil (CL);

(3) New York Mercantile Exchange New York Harbor Gasoline Blendstock (RB); and

(4) New York Mercantile Exchange New York Harbor Heating Oil (HO).