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ATP

Arbitrage Trading Program

A trading strategy taking a long or short position on a stock or commodity and taking the opposite position on a futures contract. This strategy often makes use of a computer program because the transactions involved can become complex and occur in rapid succession. A trader using an arbitrage trading program usually closes the positions toward the end of the futures contract when the prices of the contract and the underlying are approximately equal. This strategy is often used in trading whole baskets of stocks.
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It goes on to say that the ATP "may provisionally suspend such player, or related person, from further participation in ATP tournaments pending a final determination of the criminal or civil proceeding."
ATP 3-52.1, Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Airspace Control.
ATP's client base includes various European and global automotive original equipment manufacturers, including Ford, Volvo, Aston Martin and JCB.
Company-paid ATP training is not the case with the larger, legacy airlines--they still have the luxury of hiring pilots holding ATPs.
The season will culminate with the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Nitto ATP Finals, first held in Tokyo in 1970, as The O2 in London hosts the season-finale for a twelfth consecutive year from November 15.
'I would like to hear a little bit from him how the council meeting (on Saturday) went, where their general feel is about leadership in the ATP.'
For further analysis, the rates of ATP production and heat release are graphically represented for fast fibers with high and medium mitochondrial contents.
ATP 3-39.12 A manual that serves as a guide and toolkit for military
You don't need an instructor endorsement to take the 90-question ATP single-engine knowledge test (FAA code: ATS) the first time.
1, however, has not confirmed his participation in the ATP due to a knee injury.
Measurement of ATP. The ATP concentration in BLAF was measured as described previously [13].
Significant efforts have been made over the last several decades to directly visualize adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in living systems.