Rolling of Futures

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Rolling of Futures

As financial futures have short-term maturities, often 3-9 months, before or at maturity, the future must be sold and a new future (for the same asset but with a new maturity) must be repurchased.

Rolling of Futures

The sale of one futures position before its maturity and the purchase of another with identical terms but a longer maturity. Rolling of futures may occur if one does not wish to accept delivery of the underlying asset and/or if maintaining the futures position remains important to one's investment strategy.
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to exploit as owner, tenant, concessionaire, part of its current and future rolling stock.
It is for the Welsh Government to decide on the future rolling stock strategy for Wales.
These models would be necessary to a future rolling mill load model that would use friction coefficients as an input parameter.
While California's immediate energy crisis seems to have passed, Santa Clarita's Energy Advisory Committee is meeting weekly to grapple with ways to protect local homes and businesses from any future rolling blackouts and additional price increases.
This would involve a pilot project in the context of a future rolling programme designed to ensure burden-sharing between the Member States faced with this type of emergency humanitarian situation.
said: "With the current and future changes in franchises in the UK rail industry we are keen to be innovative in our approach to supplying the future rolling stock needs of our customers.
The new train depot in Pakenham East (including a train maintenance facility and stabling yard), along with two simulators and a service facility at Calder Park, will have the flexibility to cater to the future rolling stock maintenance needs of the network.
The contract involves the supply and system integration of all travelers onboard equipment of the future rolling stock lines 15, 16 and 17 of the Grand Paris Express, and associated soil servers.
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