Commercial Trader

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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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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.
Despite losing substantial revenue on such imports by acceding to the ITA, it can safely be predicted that there would be negligible impact on telecom sector and ultimate beneficiary would be commercial traders of consumer electronics.
Net positioning of Commercial traders gives information about entities involved in the production, processing, or merchandising of a commodity, using futures contracts primarily for hedging.
The department issued 280 licences to commercial traders this year at an annual fee of e1/4100.
The deliveries from Monday were absorbed by commercial traders and no new deliveries were made for the past three sessions.
We're losing any participation from commercial traders trying to get caught in these over-extended moves.
However, the commercial traders coming and going from the Euphrates and farther east to and from Rome, were spreading the Word they had heard in Ephesus, where makers of the Artemis statues rioted against St.
The meeting urged capacity building in areas such as the monitoring of planting intentions, crop development, domestic market information and the different dimensions of futures markets behavior, including the involvement of non commercial traders.
Electricity tariff for commercial traders has increased manifold during the last one year having adverse impact on their financial position.

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