International Monetary Market, founded in 1972, is part of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) specialized in currency futures, interest-rate futures and stock index futures, as well as in futures options.
International Monetary Market. A division of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange established in 1972 for trading financial futures.
International Monetary Market part of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange that lists a number of currency and financial futures Implied volatilityA measurement of the market's expected price range of the underlying currency futures based on the traded option premiums.
International Mail Manual. The USPS manual that contains classification regulations and other requirements for mailing between the United States and other countries.