A Trading Strategy that exploits small and often fleeting differences in the cumulative prices of stocks making up an index compared with that index's corresponding futures contract. Index arbitrage helps keep affected markets efficient, and might involve buying the individual stocks in the index and selling the index futures when they move out of line.
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