Commercial Trader

Commercial Trader

A trader who uses the futures market to hedge against current business activities. For example, if a trader invests in a commodity believing the price will increase, he/she may lock in futures contracts at a certain price in case he/she is wrong. The term is a designation used by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
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IF YOU'RE buying a used item on eBay from a commercial trader you will be protected under the Sales of Goods Act in its entirety, whether the goods are new or second hand.
If you are buying a used item on eBay from a commercial trader you will be protected under the Act.
Although Bent served the Cheyennes to the best of his abilities, he also served himself, acting as a commercial trader, an avocation that soon earned him the enmity of those who envied his wealth and prestige.
As was the custom during the 19th century, the buckskin material has been "colored" with yellow ochre, most likely from either commercial trader powders/dyes, or from powders crushed from the yellow clays found in Palo Duro Canyon in Amarillo, Texas.
I also know there are worse things that happen in the world when Argentina's economy collapsed my parents were sacked from their positions with a commercial trader.
Although Canada is the closest and largest commercial trader with the U.
hand laptop is by the Sale of 1979 if you buy commercial trader By way of example Mrs Kemp sent me an email about a television she purchased from a private seller on eBay.
However, should a business adopt a commercial form as set out under the Companies Law, then that business is treated as a commercial trader, even if its activities are essentially civil in nature.
The NFA warehouse in Cagayan Valley has 73,000 bags of rice-good for two days-but commercial traders have an inventory of 5.
She also called on commercial traders not to take advantage of the situation and instead help keep rice prices stable.
She also appealed to commercial traders to not take advantage of the situation and instead help keep rice prices stable.
What is worrisome, however, is that most of the inventory is with commercial traders and households.

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