Trade: CME GOUP (CME Globex, CME ClearPort, Open Outcry / New York)
Commodity trading with Heating oil

Commodity Heating oil

Heating oil is the second most important refined product after gasoline, with a yield of around 25%. Heating oil futures are also used as a hedge for diesel fuel and aviation gasoline, both of which are chemically quite similar and usually trade at a small premium to heating oil.

Trade data on Heating oil

Product symbol: HO

Trade: CME GOUP (CME Globex, CME ClearPort, Open Outcry / New York)
Contract size: 42000 Gallons
Trade price: USD and cents per barrel
Minimum trade movement: 0.0001 USD per gallon
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