contract size

contract size

In futures and options, the size or amount of an asset to be delivered. For example, stock options nearly always specify 100 shares, while a silver futures contract on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange stipulates 5,000 troy ounces.
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The size of the latest US government contract for Emergent Biosolutions' ACAM2000 is approximately $2 billion over 10 years, while expectations had been around $450 million over 10 years, in-line with the previous contract size, Maris said in the upgrade note.
The contract size of USD 1,000 will be available for trading in the currency derivatives segment of the exchange.
The contract stipulates that trades will be made in New Taiwan Dollar denominations, with a contract size of 200 barrels.
The Cboe contract is sized at one Bitcoin, priced now around $18,450, whereas the CME Group contract size is five Bitcoins.
The company's contract size in each of the stations is estimated at $1.5m.
However, the details regarding the contract size was not disclosed.
Contract size is based on 10 pieces of Gold Coin (Bahar Azadi).
These new cleared AUD wheat swaps will be approximately one-fifth the contract size of the existing CBOT and KCBT Wheat swap products at 27 metric tons.
The five-tonne contract size was designed after getting the feedback from physical hedgers, investors, and cross-exchange participants, he said.
The 5 MT contract size was a result of feedback from the physical hedgers, investors, and cross-exchange participants.
The business may quickly be scaled to meet customer demands and contract size. Future owners can increase income and nurture growth by increasing contracts while maintaining low overhead.
The 3,904-page directory, which sells for $399, includes a searchable PDF and is in two sections: contractors by service type, listing each contractor's name, address and contract totals; and contractors by service type and client location, which lists within each state the type of service, contractor name, client name, city, and state, and contract size.

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