The IntercontinentalExchange (ICE)

New York Times  Mar 1  Comment 
The IntercontinentalExchange’s announcement came a week after the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse said they were in talks on a possible merger.
New York Times  Oct 26  Comment 
In buying I.D.C., the IntercontinentalExchange beat out a rival exchange operator, Nasdaq, and the financial data publisher Markit in an auction.
New York Times  Jun 20  Comment 
Shares of the spinoff from the IntercontinentalExchange priced at €20 a share, on the low end of its range. The offer was oversubscribed and represented 60.36 percent of Euronext’s share capital.
New York Times  Jun 10  Comment 
The IntercontinentalExchange unit, which operates stock exchanges across Europe, plans to initially list its shares in Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels. It also plans to list in Lisbon later this year.
Reuters  Jan 27  Comment 
Stock market regulators should take a hard look at the ‘maker-taker' form of trading that now dominates share transactions in the United States, Jeffrey Sprecher, CEO of the IntercontinentalExchange and new chief of the New York Stock Exchange,...
Reuters  Jan 22  Comment 
When computer coders at the IntercontinentalExchange built a platform for trading natural gas in 2001, they only allowed space for two-digit entries. With gas around $5 per million British thermal units, prices above $99 just didn't seem...
Reuters  Dec 20  Comment 
IntercontinentalExchange Inc on Thursday said it would buy New York Stock Exchange owner NYSE Euronext for $8.2 billion. Atlanta-based ICE operates four regulated...
New York Times  Dec 20  Comment 
Putting two of the biggest market operators in the world together requires a fair amount of work. In the case of the IntercontinentalExchange's $8.2 billion takeover of NYSE Euronext, that fell on 18 -- yes, 18 -- advisers.
New York Times  Dec 20  Comment 
NYSE Euronext said that it would sell itself to the IntercontinentalExchange for about $33.12 a share in cash and stock. Headquarters for the combined company would be in both Atlanta and New York.
New York Times  Dec 19  Comment 
The IntercontinentalExchange is in talks to merge with the parent of the New York Stock Exchange, people briefed on the matter said on Wednesday, potentially creating a major new player with footholds in the trading of stocks, derivatives and...


This article is about the futures exchange. For the company that owns and operates the exchange, see IntercontinentalExchange (ICE).

The IntercontinentalExchange is a futures exchange that operates an Internet-based marketplace for futures contract trading. The company that owns the exchange, IntercontinentalExchange (ICE), also owns and operates the New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) and the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange (WPG). It should be noted that commodities from the NYBOT and WPG are still functionally described as trading on those exchanges, even though the ICE owns and operates them both.

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Futures Contracts Traded on the ICE

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