Split Close

Split Close

A situation in which futures contracts with the same underlying asset but different maturing dates close at different prices. This is relatively common in the final minute of trading on an exchange.
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"Weve really been working hard on keeping our 1-5 split close, so even though our 1-5 order was a little different today, I was really proud that they kept it together."
So if the AHU has a duct split close to the discharge, comfort problems may result and this design should not be used.
The 18-year old Dannel Maamo, a Cagayan De Oro native, dropped a split close decision, 29-28, 28-29, 27-30, to Zhan Zhermen Nshimirman of Ukraine in their men's flyweight battle.
A Sunday newspaper claimed phase two of the HS2 scheme would split close to Curdworth, near Sutton Coldfield, with one branch heading towards the East Midlands and Yorkshire and the other to the north-west.
That tightness of the game, with neither team ever leading by more than eight points and seven ties and seven lead changes, followed form for these two teams, who split close decisions during the regular season.
Our panelists liked this question, but split close to 50/50 on answering yes or no.
They were split close home by Yonder, with little over a length separating the three horses.
A large Dobsonian is not always the first choice for double-star observing--the scope is often too bulky and difficult to track at the high powers necessary to split close doubles.