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CEA

(Consumer Electronics Association) See CTA and consumer electronics.
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Although not enumerated in 7 USC [section] 1a(9) of the Commodity Exchange Act, the trustee did not dispute that electricity is a commodity.
Amends the Commodity Exchange Act Under current law, the IG is
The Commodities Futures Modernization Act of 2000 amended the Commodity Exchange Act to allow trading of futures contracts on individual equity securities and narrow-based indices of equity securities.
The SOP amends SOP 95-2 to include within its scope investment partnerships that are commodity pools subject to regulation under the Commodity Exchange Act of 1974.
The AICPA AcSEC issued a proposed statement of position that would amend SOP 95-2, Financial Reporting by Nonpublic Investment Partnerships, to include within its scope a type of investment partnership--known as a commodity pool--formed to trade interests in commodities and regulated under the Commodity Exchange Act of 1974.
The Board continues to believe that such legislation modernizing the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) is essential.
Under the Commodity Exchange Act ("Act") and the CFTC regulations thereunder, any exchange may change its trading hours without prior CFTC approval as long as the hours fall within "7:00 a.
This follows previous certification from the CFTC that these products are in conformance with the requirements of section 2(a)(1)(C)(ii) of the Commodity Exchange Act and may therefore be offered or sold to persons in the U.
As part of the suit, the plaintiffs also reasserted claims against MF Global officials, including former CEO Jon Corzine, who allegedly violated the Commodity Exchange Act by improperly using client money.
She adds, "Manufacturers are pleased with Treasury's announced proposal to exempt foreign exchange swaps and forwards from the definition of a 'swap' under the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA), as amended by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
The orders also require Morgan Stanley and UBS to cease and desist from further violations of the Commodity Exchange Act and to comply with certain undertakings.

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