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Limit

1. The maximum amount of price change a futures contract is allowed to undergo on a given trading day. Limits are mandated by the exchanges on which futures contracts trade, and exist in order to reduce volatility in the market. It is also called a trading limit.

2. The maximum number of transactions in commodities that an individual may make on an exchange on a given trading day. Limits are mandated either by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission or by the exchanges on which commodity contracts trade. It is also called a trading limit.

3. See: Limit order.
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Hence, while Lohmann (2011a) might be correct in noting that carbon trading incentivizes the cheapest emission reductions while serving to postpone more structural measures, it is not at all obvious that this dynamic is attributable to the carbon market's character rather than to the limitative framework of a market society in which the social provision of needs is (still) mainly dependent on fossil fuels.
Consequently, a limitative and harmful condition occurs not only for the periods of the evolutive age but also for the adult and old age.
D'apres le projet de loi, une liste limitative d'entreprises et d'organismes est seule habilitee a informer le Conseil de la realisation d'une concentration repondant a l'un des seuils requis sans notification prealable en contravention a la loi.
The N balances did not appear to be limitative (Figure 3) despite significant yield response to added N the 3rd year at high yield level (Figure 1).
The alteration means the stop of the limitation period for as long as the limitative legally provisioned situations unfold, situations that prevent the rights owner to take action.
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To sum up, in addition to the "negative" or limitative function of a mathematical ontology--no absolute Being, no completeness or closure--there is also a positive aspect: an apparent impasse, for example an encounter with a set-theoretic paradox, functions in practice as a "challenge" that can result in significant transformations.
A completion of our understanding of illness becomes more and more necessary, for illness is still conceived nowadays through the limitative looking glasses of medicine.
Thus, in an expository but non limitative way, some applications are mentioned that are possible to find in the globalized world.
De plus, la notion de first voice est tres limitative quant a l'ouverture qu'elle laisse aux personnes qui ont des << voix >> differentes de celles qui prevalent dans l'institution.