IEM 2000 Presidential Election in Mexico Markets


The IEM 2000 Presidential Election in Mexico Markets are real-money futures markets where contract liquidation values will be determined by the outcome of the nationwide vote in the July 2, 2000, Presidential Election in Mexico. There are two markets in this group. The first, a "Vote Share" market, depends on the allocation of votes across candidates. The value of contracts in this market will be determined as $1.00 times the share of votes won by each candidate. The second market is a "Winner" market; it depends only on which candidate wins a plurality of votes. Contracts in the market will have values of either $1.00 or $0.00 depending on whether the candidate represented by the contract wins the election. See the market prospectuses for specific details of each of these markets.

The markets are open to all traders world-wide. Transactions are in US dollars. Funds invested are fungible across the two markets and across other US dollar denominated markets operated by the IEM. Automatic access is provided to traders with other IEM accounts. To enroll in the markets, visit the IEM Online Account Application page.


    MX_VS -- 2000 Presidential Election in Mexico, Vote Share Market
(Open May 2, 2000)

Prospectus (English) | Prospectus (Español) | Price History | Graph


    MX_Winner -- 2000 Presidential Election in Mexico, Winner Market
(Open May 2, 2000)

Prospectus (English) | Prospectus (Español) | Price History | Graph


MX_VS Overview:
MX_Winner Overview:
Brief overviews of the trading information for the Mexico 2000 Political Markets
MX_VS Prospectus:
MX_Winner Prospectus:
Formal descriptions of the Mexico 2000 Markets
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