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The IEM is an online futures market where contract payoffs are based on real-world events such as political outcomes, companies' earnings per share (EPS), and stock price returns. The market is operated by University of Iowa Henry B. Tippie College of Business faculty as an educational and research project. More...
- Who can participate in the IEM?
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October 3, 2012
Obama Still Favored on IEM
September 10, 2012
Obama Up, Romney Down on IEM
August 24, 2012
IEM Traders Have Pushed Down Romney Price
August 14, 2012
Ryan Nod Leads to Obama Gains on Iowa Electronic Markets
July 11, 2012
IEM Traders See Rising Possibility of a Majority-Free Congress
June 28, 2012
Obama Price Jumps on Iowa Electronic Markets after Health Care Ruling
June 5, 2012
Obama Prices Drop More Than 8 Percent on IEM
April 10, 2012
Romney Most Probable GOP Nominee on IEM Since September 2011
March 20, 2012
GOP Faces a Tough Battle to Win White House
February 29, 2012
Romney Jumps, Santorum Slumps on IEM after Tuesday Primaries