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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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Among the primary reasons for purchasing locally grown or locally produced foods, the majority of consumers claim they do so because the products are fresher.
It promotes the value to the local economy and community of spending locally, learning what is available within your own community, and sharing your own local knowledge with others to ensure vibrant local independent businesses.
Totally Locally has had a big impact on the towns that have already run the campaign.
Visitors can be tempted by homemade pork pies from The Porkery, savoury and sweet tarts from David Cordon as well as a hog roast and locally made sausages from GigPig.
delta]]-[alpha]- locally open set such that A [subset or equal to] B then there exist decreasing [[tau].
China has authorised three foreign banks to incorporate locally in Shanghai, the report said without disclosing the name of the lenders.
Cavanagh and other local business owners have joined forces to form Worcester Local First, a group that hopes to make Worcester consumers more aware of the benefits of shopping at locally owned establishments.
Locally sourced products are becoming more important to the majority of The Grocer Top 50 independents.
Sales tax revenue -- the city receives 1 percent of the money generated locally -- accounts for 38 percent of the city's general-fund revenue.
Good quality ingredients can be found locally, and your thoughtfulness and a bit of time will allow your loved ones to take care of themselves at home with natural body care products that you create.
The basic defense ten or so years ago was locally attached tape drives and native backup and recovery tools.
But during the spring, summer and fall, the "raw fooders" in the Northwest tend to rely more on the locally grown produce found at farmers markets.