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future

[′fyü·chər]
(relativity)
For an event in space-time, those events that can be reached by a signal that is emitted at the original event and moves at a speed less than or equal to the speed of light in a vacuum.
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The addition of wheat futures contract would strengthen the agricultural product portfolio of PMEX that earlier included paddy rice and red chilli futures contracts.
CME Group has traded the first Aluminum Japan Premium (Platts) futures contracts, trading a total of 622 futures contracts, the company said.
While the MSCI Futures contracts launched last week were designed for an institutional investor base, these two products of Mini Indian Rupee Futures primarily have a retail focus.
CME Group, a diverse derivatives marketplace, is launching North American physically delivered Aluminium futures contracts to start trading on May 5, 2014, pending all regulatory approvals.
I would like to congratulate Dalian Commodity Exchange for the launch of their polypropylene futures contract," added Anderson.
The new DGCX Polypropylene plastic futures contracts will create a transparent market and new pricing benchmark for Mena region.
In addition, we have the gold futures contract, which has been very active this past year.
The wheat contract has been criticized in recent years because cash prices have lagged below futures prices when the markets are supposed to come together, or converge, to make the futures contract an effective hedging tool for farmers.
5) IRC Section 1234B provides that gain or loss from the sale, exchange, or termination of a securities futures contract (other than a dealer securities futures contract) will be considered as gain or loss from the sale, exchange, or termination of property that has the same character as the property to which the contract relates has (or would have) in the hands of the taxpayer.
CME Group, the world's largest and most diverse derivatives exchange, today announced 14 new petroleum swap futures contracts, scheduled to begin trading on March 22 for trade date March 23.
At the close of trading on 2nd December 2008, the DME Oman Crude Oil Futures Contract had traded a total of 500, 495 contracts, equivalent to 500.
The revised Indian rupee futures contract will be available for trading from Nov.