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Crush Spread

A commodity spread involving soybean products. In it, one buys soybean futures at the same time one sells futures in soybean meal and soybean oil. Crushes are useful because they can take advantage of price spread between the underlying soybeans and products that can be derived from soybeans. See also: Reverse crush.

crush

A combination commodity trade in which soybean futures are purchased and soybean meal or oil futures are sold. Compare reverse crush.
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On other hand, wheat crop was hit by delay owing to suspension of sugarcane crushing .
The new Urban series is first of its kind that adapts to all crushing operations and actively protects the health and safety of the plant personnel and civilians," Hulttinen continued.
The recent development of larger units both in screening and crushing offers a feasible option to extend crushing in the modern high volume SAG milling circuits.
The drug is not to be chewed, swallowed, or crushed; swallowing destroys or reduces the intended action while crushing may make much of the drug ineffective or inoperative.
Molinos' strategy is based on developing complementary crushing activities and branded food products manufacturing activities.
Justice Sajid Mehmood Sethi was hearing a petition moved by Jamat-i-Islami Lahore chapter Ameer Mian Maqsood Ahmad against closure of crushing during the crushing season in Punjab.
Many mills, he said, had not yet started crushing of the sugarcane as they were insisting to purchase the crop at low rate, which was injustice to the farmers.
The Supreme Court (SC) three member bench headed by Justice Saqib Nisar conducted a hearing relating to sou- motu case against the crushing of Margalla Hills.
Intestinal non crushing clamp straight ( large size/Adult), 28-30 cms,
The creation of dust can be the byproduct of an industrial process, such as concrete crushing, or it can be caused by factors beyond the control of site supervisors--such as high winds blowing across an unpaved job site.
My BFF called, and I rambled on about how I'm crushing on our guy friend.