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May 2013 Contract Expiry Dates

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Please find below the expiry and the next available instruments dates for all futures contracts traded between 1st May – 31st May 2013.

Instrument Trading Month Symbol Available for trading on the platform Expiry Date
OTC Cocoa Future MAY @CCK13 Available 14-May-13
JUL @CCN13 7-May-13 15-Jul-13
OTC Coffee Future MAY @KCK13 Available 17-May-13
JUL @KCN13 10-May-13 18-Jul-13
OTC Light Sweet Crude Oil Future JUN +CLM13 Available 20-May-13
JUL +CLN13 13-May-13 19-Jun-13
OTC Natural Gas Futures JUN +NGM13 Available 28-May-13
JUL +NGN13 21-May-13 25-Jun-13
OTC Silver Futures MAY +SIK13 Available 28-May-13
JUL +SIN13 21-May-13 26-Jul-13
OTC Brent Crude Oil Future JUN BRNM13 Available 15-May-13
JUL BRNN13 8-May-13 12-Jun-13
CAC 40 Index Future MAY CAC40-K13 Available 16-May-13
JUN CAC40-M13 9-May-13 20-Jun-13
OTC Gasoil Future MAY GK13 Available 9-May-13
JUN GM13 2-May-13 11-Jun-13 

All positions that remain open at expiration will be closed at end of day price.

Please note schedules may subject to change without prior notice.

We ask our customers with existing futures open interest to take notice and act accordingly.

In case of any query please do not hesitate to contact our Client Services team on on +44 207 634 9770 or email us at clientservices@ICMCapital.co.uk. You can also visit our website www.ICMCapital.co.uk and have the benefit of our live chat support.

Wish you all the best trading day!

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