Chicago Stock Exchange announces job cutbacks

CHICAGO — The Chicago Stock Exchange is cutting its workforce.

The exchange was recently acquired by the owners of the New York Stock Exchange.

About a dozen people were informed that they won’t have jobs anymore.

The exchange’s CEO, John Kerin, has left its Intercontinental Exchange division.

The Chicago Stock Exchange handles less than 1 percent of the country’s equity trading.

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