- Short for futures contract (Wiktionary)
“Evidence that speculation raises commodities prices in futures markets is inconclusive.”
“Stock trading activity in the third quarter of 2010 has dropped about 27% from second-quarter levels, according to figures from Barclays Capital, while trading in options and futures is off 21% and 15%, respectively.”
“That is why I believe many teens should know more about this topic, as it affects their short and long term futures.”
“Equally important, our corporate leaders must take advantage of this new climate, lest they put their personal and their companies' long-term futures as thriving American corporations at major risk.”
“The amendment lowers the standard for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to prove fraud or market manipulation in futures and derivatives markets.”
“Crashing from the sky-high hopes of two years ago, people are worried about jobs, the economy and their own uncertain futures, about the wars we're bogged down in and the threats to our planet.”
“Centralized clearing has helped to lower risk in futures markets for more than a century.”
“Grain futures were trading on exchanges 100 years before 1960.”
“Still, adding medium-term futures can reduce volatility and increase gains, Merrill Lynch back-testing research shows.”
“The main advantage of futures is that you can get appealing odds by betting far in advance of when the event takes place.”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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