Brookly McLaughlin, an Intercontinental Exchange spokeswoman in Chicago, declined to comment.
What does ICE stand for?
ICE stands for Intercontinental Exchange
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We have 781 other meanings of ICE in our Acronym Attic
- Interaction and Concurrency Experience (workshop)
- Interactive Configurable Environment (OSIsoft)
- Interactive Connectivity Establishment (network protocol)
- Interactive Constructive Environment
- Interactive Customer Evaluation
- Interactive Internet Collaborative Environment (Insoft)
- Interactivity Connectivity Establishment
- Interbank Currency Exchange (Belarus)
- Intercambio Científico Educacional (Cuba)
- InterCity Express (Deutsche Bahn AG)
- Interdiction Control Element
- Interdisciplinary Cooperative Education (Indiana)
- Interest, Commission, Extras (lending)
- Interface Configuration Experiment (USML)
- Interface Control Element (Job Entry Subsystem 2; IBM)
- Interfaith Coalition on Energy
- Intergovernmental Committee of Experts (UN Economic Commission for Africa)
- Interleukin-1 Beta-Converting Enzyme (cell physiology)
- Internal Character Encoding
- Internal Combustion Engine
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But Nasdaq and Intercontinental Exchange say their bid is "clearly superior" than a rival $10 billion bid from Deutsche Boerse.
The Intercontinental Exchange, which is regulated by the FSA and where US crude oil as well as Brent and gas oil futures contracts are traded, has also agreed to share more information with the CFTC.