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IntercontinentalExchange November Futures Volume Down 5.3%

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IntercontinentalExchange, Inc. (ICE: Quote), an operator of exchanges and clearing houses Tuesday said the company's average daily volumes or ADV for futures and options was down 5.3 percent for the month of November. However, for the year-to-date period through November, ADV was up 10.3 percent from last year.

For November, the ADV for futures and options was 3.2 million contracts compared with 3.4 million contracts for November 2011.

Year-to-date through November the ADV was 3.4 million contracts versus a total of 3.1 million contracts for the corresponding period last year.

All prior period contract volumes have been adjusted to include the converted futures contracts, which previously traded as swaps in its OTC markets.

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