CME Group revised one of its rules to eliminate the ability to enter bunched non-discretionary orders into its Globex electronic platform. In addition, CME Group issued revised guidance to codify certain existing practices, mainly that, beginning September 6, 2016, suspense accounts may be used for orders entered into Globex solely for five reasons: bunched orders to be allocated post execution by CFTC-defined eligible account managers; bunched orders by non-eligible account managers with discretionary authority; clearing member executed trades to be given up to another clearing member; bunched request for cross orders; and floor-based Globex execution of members. CME’s revised rule and guidance will be effective September 6, 2016, absent CFTC objection.