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Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU)is an agreement between two parties and is often the same as a letter of intent. Many financial industry exchanges have signed MOUs with other exchanges in an effort to position themselves for a more global environment.
Memorandum Of Understanding(MOU)is an agreement between two parties and is often the same as a letter of intent. Many financial industry exchanges have signed MOUs with other exchanges in an effort to position themselves for a more global environment.  These agreements also provide the opportunity to develop products that will benefit market users and enhance resources to educate individuals on the specific services of each exchange.  


== Exchange MOUs ==
== Exchange MOUs ==

Revision as of 17:13, 20 October 2008

Memorandum Of Understanding(MOU)is an agreement between two parties and is often the same as a letter of intent. Many financial industry exchanges have signed MOUs with other exchanges in an effort to position themselves for a more global environment. These agreements also provide the opportunity to develop products that will benefit market users and enhance resources to educate individuals on the specific services of each exchange.

Exchange MOUs[edit]

CME Group[edit]

CBOE[edit]


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