Agricultural options traders at IntercontinentalExchange's (ICE) pits in lower Manhattan will...


Agricultural options traders at IntercontinentalExchange's (ICE) pits in lower Manhattan will put on their distinctive jackets and badges for the last time today, the final day of "open-outcry" commodities trading on the exchange's floor. From now on, all transactions will take place electronically, a move that critics say makes "price discovery" more vulnerable to speculators.

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