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Interdealer broker
A specialist broker who acts as an intermediary between market-makers who wish to buy or sell securities to improve their book positions, without revealing their identities to other market-makers.
Interdelivery spread
The purchase of one delivery month of a given commodity futures contract and the simultaneous sale of another delivery month of the same commodity futures contract on the same exchange.
Interim dividend
A dividend declared part of the way through a company's financial year, authorised solely by the directors.
Intermarket spread
Intermarket Trading System (ITS)
A computer system that interconnects competing US exchange markets for the purpose of choosing the best market. ITS is operated by the Securities Industry Automation Corporation (SIAC).
An institution acting between 2 or more other entities by assuming certain rights and obligations.
Internal rate of return
The discount rate at which an investment has a zero net present value.
A process where broker-dealers use internal inventories to settle trades, bypassing exchanges.
A sister company of the Swiss Securities Clearing Corporation (SEGA), which has been set up for international settlement purposes.
A call option is in-the-money if the price of the underlying instrument is higher than the exercise/strike price. A put option is in-the-money if the price of the underlying instrument is below the exercise/strike price. See also Out-of-the-money.