Contract Unit

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Contract Unit

A standardized size represented in a single option or futures contract. For example, a contract unit may be so many bushels or so many kilograms. The contract unit differs according to the commodity that underlies the contract.
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Some of our contract units with non-Hubbard refrigeration systems were replaced recently with further contract units and we insisted on Hubbard systems being fitted.
managed care companies, with its health maintenance organization, point-of-service, insured preferred provider organization and government contract units providing health benefits to about 6.
23, the volume of such trading doubled from the previous day to 117 contract units.
It currently has three contract units in operation and letters of intent to add two new contracts.
Under the terms of the shelf, Ameriprise may issue an indeterminate amount of senior debt securities, subordinated debt securities, preferred stock, depositary shares, common stock, warrants, stock purchase contracts and stock purchase contract units.
The agreements concluded on behalf of Thisted Municipality administrations, institutions and contract units, and can be used by all municipal governments, institutions and contract units.
Teaming up with Cirro Energy in our United States Postal Service Contract Units is a natural fit, because most electricity consumers are not aware that deregulation provides choices and savings of hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year," noted TLG Management Corp.
In partnership with our customers, the Company is pursuing additional developments in the current quarter which fulfill conditions for the pending sales of the initial Water Delivery Contract Units.