Full Handle

Full Handle

In energy and grain trading, a point in price change. For example, if oil drops from $99 to $98, it is said to drop a full handle.
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"Endgame" is a roller coaster of fandom emotions that are hard to have a full handle on until the credits begin to roll.
"By going to Nagpur, you are giving BJP/RSS full handle to plant false stories, spread falls rumours as today and making it somewhat believable.
Neither MCN nor ACFN has a full handle on the numbers of displaced members.
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"It's something they have a full handle on and isn't something that the average citizen needs to worry about."
George Virden Watsky, to give him his full handle, is a 26-year-old from San Francisco who has become a leading light in the new 'back pack hip hop' movement - a sort of updated US slant on punk poets like John Cooper Clarke.
why can't we have a few more Anne Beggs, or -to give her her full handle - Dame Anne Begg, MP for Aberdeen South.
Moreover, "we won't be able to get a full handle until the crop insurers, who deal directly with the farmers on this issue, report to us," says the official.
JT - Jeremy Lindsay to give him his full handle - and his band have played here many times and issued a string of excellent albums, too.
"A lot of insurance companies don't have a full handle on renewables so a lot of the renewables costs are prohibitively high.
Stars of the game like Barry John and Sidney John Dawes (to give the former Lions coach and captain his full handle) were regulars at the round table in the Corner and often the late, great Joe Erskine would take a seat.
Fukuda said that the swine flu situation could be described as "moderate" rather than "mild." This is because "we do not have a full handle on the number of people with serious illnesses," he added.