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What does RFC stand for?

RFC stands for Request for Cross (finance/investing)

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The enhancements, which build on those launched in August 2005 when CME integrated its Enhanced Options System (EOS) onto the CME Globex platform, include: -- A Top Order Allocation, which is an improved order algorithm that gives preference to options traders who augment the market with tighter bids and offers; -- Market maker protections allowing options market makers to post more prices and better size orders; -- Automated Request for Cross (RFC) to automate and simplify procedures for trades which involve a pre-execution discussion; -- Additional spread strategy functionality for CME Eurodollar futures and options on futures; and, -- Expanded implied functionality for CME Eurodollar futures and pack spreads.
In February, CME will be launching new enhancements to its platform, including enhanced market maker protections, top-order functionality and automated Request for Cross, which will allow greater liquidity and transparency in its electronic Eurodollar options market.