CME Group updated its proposed consolidated Market Regulation Advisory Notice related to block trades to reference certain minimum quantity thresholds for certain intra-commodity futures spreads and combinations (these were not included in a prior version). CME Group also proposed to amend exchange rules related to trading at settlement transactions, and on the New York Mercantile Exchange and the Commodity Exchange, Inc., trading at marker transactions too, and consolidate into one MRAN its current multiple MRANs dealing with these transactions. (TAS transactions permit trades to be executed at the current day’s settlement price or in designated price increments above or below such price. TAM trades are similar to TAS trades and permit trading at a differential to a not-yet-known marker price.) TAS and TAM orders are limited to when they may be placed on Globex and other conditions (e.g., TAS and TAM transactions may not be used to disrupt orderly trading. Also, traders cannot manipulate or attempt to manipulate a settlement or market price to benefit a pending TAS or TAM order). The new TAS and TAM MRAN is anticipated to be effective July 24.