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iv) the positions are sold or marketed as offsetting positions (whether or not such positions are called a straddle, spread, butterfly, or any similar name),
The bill amends section 1256(d)(4) defining mixed straddles to require identification of all positions constituting such straddle not later than the close of the day on which the first regulated futures contract forming part of the straddle is acquired.
ownership of the stock certificates) is considered to be ownership of personal property for purposes of the tax straddle rules if such stock is of a type that is actively traded and at least one of the positions offsetting such stock is a position with respect to such stock or substantially similar or related property.
Long straddle reaches break-even points at 6,260 and 6,640.
The longer ear requires milling on both sides, thus the difficult straddle milling operation.
Straddle is in Clyhore, Co Donegal and Chivers' station is 600 yards into Northern Ireland in Corry, Belleek, Co Fermanagh.
Part of the tribe's reservation straddles the border between Arizona and Mexico.
5 kW motor; a built-in 10-amp automatic battery charger; a floor locking foot brake, and adjustable straddle legs and forks.
Thus, basing the decision to sell a straddle on a comparison of seemingly irrational high implied volatilities with much lower expected volatility could itself be an irrational choice.
But in this 20th anniversary year, with close to 2,000 delegates expected, the registration fee in four figures, and Canada loudly being proclaimed as the second-largest exporter of TV programming in the world, the straddle has turned into a major gymnastic manoeuvre.
These were Supplant, Trail, Straddle, Chase, Face-Off, Arched Back Display and Straddle-Bite.
Hydraulic straddle hoists have long been a fixture in boatyards and marinas, where they raise craft from and lower them into the water for repair and launching.