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IMM Futures

IMM Futures refers to financial futures contracts that are traded on the International Monetary Market (IMM) division of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). The IMM is a division of the CME that was established in 1972 for trading currency futures, and it later expanded to include other futures products such as interest rate futures and stock index futures. IMM futures contracts have standard specifications for delivery date, contract size, and tick size, among other factors. Traders use IMM futures contracts for hedging, speculation, and arbitrage purposes.

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