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Juice

In futures trading, the maintenance margin a trader must keep in an account in order to be able to keep a position open.
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<B Ospreys target Shaun Venter has been compared in some quarters to the great Joost van der Westhuizen
Joost Smits, chief executive officer of Veco, said: "We have greatly enjoyed our partnership with Investcorp and their valuable support in realizing significant growth.
Luiten held a two-shot lead after a birdieing the 10th and 11th but a brilliant up-anddown on the 15th moved Wiesberger ahead in a nip-andtuck Joost Luiten with the trophy contest.
Joost was on a business trip to purchase different products including textile items from Pakistan, India, China and Bangladesh for his company.
Joost was diagnosed with the disease in 2011 but rather than accept defeat, his diagnosis of an incurable disease has changed the way in which he perceived and tackled life.
For the whole of 2014, Joost had vowed to run every single day and cover the equivalent of the 26 mile and 385 yard marathon distance each week.
AS he strode across the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, this is the moment North East marathon man Joost Golabek completed an epic year-long challenge to help beat cancer.
Though his challenge is now over, Joost is still accepting donations via his Virgin Money Giving webpage, http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/JoostGolabek .
Joost Luiten kept his 100 per cent record winning 6&5 over Pablo Larrazabal, to face Finn Mikko Ilonen.
Wiesberger went off as 8-second favourite, while Joost Luiten, 6-1 market leader, finished third.
Joost Luiten was one shot back on 11 under, while Miguel Angel Jimenez nished on eight under.
DEFENDING champion Joost Luiten will take a two-shot lead over home favourite Bernd Wiesberger into the nal round of the Lyoness Open, with much more than the title at stake for both men.