Chapter 4. Interest Rate Futures

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In general, a futures contract in any market is a contract in which the commodity being bought and sold is considered as being delivered (even though this may not physically occur) at some future date rather than immediately – hence the name. The significant differences between a “futures contract” and a ...

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