Macro


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Macro

In the context of hedge funds, a style of management that takes long-term strategic bets. For example, the manager might believe that the Yen will appreciate relative to the dollar over the next six months and alter the portfolio to capture this potential profit opportunity.

Macro

In hedge funds, describing a medium or long term investment strategy. For example, a hedge fund manager may purchase futures contracts or options that do not expire for six or nine months, believing that the fund can profit from trends in the meantime or that the market will move in the desired direction during that timeframe.
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This macro enables Boeing to create shims, on the spot, with 100 percent accuracy," says Venkatesh.
The beauty of both of these applications is that they provide users with a wide variety of templates and macros from which to choose.
After completion, the macro is documented by entering the macro's range name as a label to the left of the macro's first cell.
The macro command that allows the user to create the custom menu is {MENUBRANCH location}.
To end macro operation, the {QUIT} command can be used.
Macros technical capability, MTS, won the Highly Commended Award in the category Engineering Service of the Year, at the Middle East Facilities Management Awards earlier this year.
There seems to be a blurred distinction or some sort of "disagreement" as to when does a specially designed lens for extreme close-up work fit to be called a macro lens?
If the Condition is false, the macro moves to the next Action.
Select a name (AutomaticUpdate) for the macro and type it in the Macro Name box and click on OK.
Macro has a half-dozen systems running in blown film and is now building a 30-camera installation for a complex cast film line.
1 of Macro Scheduler offers many enhancements over the previous version.