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Local

A futures exchange member who trades securities for his or her own account.

Local

A member on a futures exchange that conducts trades predominantly or exclusively for one's own account. That is, a local is not a broker for other parties.
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With Locals Online, the local's staff can share the work.
By these methods, local farmers produced a livelihood for themselves at small expense, and did so mostly without recourse to commodities markets at home or abroad.
As a result of such lack of a level playing field, foreign creditors may in certain circumstances either be disinclined to turn to the local courts in the first instance or possibly be faced with adverse court rulings if they do choose to resort to the local courts.
A 1995 study of the local news in 50 major markets by the Rocky Mountain Media Watch found that crime and disaster news make up about 53 percent of the news on local newscasts -- the grislier the crime, the better.
The examination of data published by a variety of state and local organizations provides some insight into how the various levels of government are faring.
Without the strong agreements that exist between current cable providers and Tennessee's local governments, new companies entering the market can cherry-pick neighborhoods for services and effectively discriminate against lower income and rural areas.
Consumers have become much more open to the idea of using their mobile phones to access local information when they are on the go, and our data indicates that more people are using go2 on their mobile phones," said Mark Donovan, vice president and senior analyst with M:Metrics.
For hundreds of years, the corporate legal status of a municipality--often no bigger than a neighborhood--limited attempts by higher levels of government to infringe on local prerogatives.
We buy food from the locals, we teach them foreign languages and hotel skills, we support an orphanage, and we're helping to build a local library.
The DOB has established the period of February 21, 2005 thru February 21, 2007 as the filing period for all 6th Cycle Local Law 11 Inspection Reports.
Unlike other businesses, cooperatives are organized solely to meet the needs of the members and not to accumulate capital for investors, according to Tim Paran's "Records Management Cooperatives: A Local Government Perspective.
Set a time for your first meeting to establish your goals and objectives for starting this new local organization.