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Commitments Of Traders
... is a report issued by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission enumerating the holdings of participants in various futures markets ... These futures markets are places to buy or sell, for example, grains, cattle, financial instruments, metals, petroleum, etc ... The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) releases a new report every Friday at 330 Eastern Time, and the report reflects the commitments of traders on the ...
Commodity Trading In China - Exchanges
... The China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX), the country's first financial futures exchange, was inaugurated in October 2006 ... The long-awaited CSI300, the first mainland stock index futures, will be traded on this bourse, which is working to the launch ...
Consumer Focus
... Consumer Council, operating as Consumer Futures, is a non-departmental public body and statutory consumer organisation in England, Wales, Scotland, and, for postal services ... Consumer Focus was replaced by Consumer Futures in May 2013 ... Consumer Futures is funded by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and is due to be transferred to the Citizens Advice Bureau service ...
Shanghai Futures Exchange
... The Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) (Chinese 上海期货交易所) was formed from the amalgamation of the Shanghai Metal Exchange, Shanghai ... It currently trades futures contracts in copper, aluminium, zinc, natural rubber, fuel oil, and gold ...
Futures - Other
... Futures Of American Studies, a summer institute in American Studies at Dartmouth College ... Futures and promises, computer programming objects that act as proxies for results that are not yet determined "Futures", a flash fiction feature in the journal Nature ...

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    One of the things that is most striking about the young generation is that they never talk about their own futures, there are no futures for this generation, not any of them and so naturally they never think of them. It is very striking, they do not live in the present they just live, as well as they can, and they do not plan. It is extraordinary that whole populations have no projects for a future, none at all.
    Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)