A trading position where the long and short legs are initiated in two related, but different, commodity markets and usually for the same delivery month when executed using futures contracts. For a Forex Trader, a possible intermarket spread involving both currency and interest rate risk would be spreading U.S. 10 year note futures against Australian 10-year bond futures. Also called an intercommodity spread.
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