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There is a large number of futures exchanges, some trading financial futures and/or options, some other commodities. The following are some of the important financial exchanges and contracts:

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Settlement price On the last day of trading - usually the third Monday of the month - NYSE LIFFE declares an exchange delivery settlement price (EDSP) which is the closing price at which any contracts still outstanding will be automatically reversed. The EDSP is 100 minus the official 3-month EURIBOR fixing at 11:00 a.m. Brussels time

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For interest rate futures, the value of a 1 basis point movement is €25.00 and the value of a 1 tick movement (the tick value) is €12.50

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In order to protect the [...], clearing members are required to place collateral with it for each deal transacted in a "margin" account.
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clearing house


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In order to protect the clearing house, clearing members are required to place collateral with it for each deal transacted in a [...].
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"margin" account


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qual è il segreto?


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qual è il segreto?
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A Java application resembles a program in most computer languages. It is compiled into bytecode which normally resides on the user's machine and is executed by a run-time interpreter. Java is based on a structure and syntax common to many languages (eg C, JavaScript, awk, perl). This makes it easy to cross over from one language to another based on program requirements, resources and politics. This tutorial on Java structure and syntax assumes some introductory programming experience.

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Java Tutorial 1 - Syntax / Structure
Java Tutorial 1 - Syntax / Structure HTML Markup | JavaScript | Java | Home & Links Tutorial 1 - Structure / Syntax A Java application resembles a program in most computer languages. It is compiled into bytecode which normally resides on the user's machine and is executed by a run-time interpreter. Java is based on a structure and syntax common to many languages (eg C, JavaScript, awk, perl). This makes it easy to cross over from one language to another based on program requirements, resources and politics. This tutorial on Java structure and syntax assumes some introductory programming experience. lexical structure data types literal constants variables and arrays operators and expressions statements and blocks Lexical Structure The lexical structure of a progr




A Java application resembles a program in most computer languages. It is compiled into bytecode which normally resides on the user's machine and is executed by a run-time interpreter. Java is based on a structure and syntax common to many languages (eg C, JavaScript, awk, perl). This makes it easy to cross over from one language to another based on program requirements, resources and politics. This tutorial on Java structure and syntax assumes some introductory programming experience.

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Java Tutorial 1 - Syntax / Structure HTML Markup | JavaScript | Java | Home & Links Tutorial 1 - Structure / Syntax A Java application resembles a program in most computer languages. It is compiled into bytecode which normally resides on the user's machine and is executed by a run-time interpreter. Java is based on a structure and syntax common to many languages (eg C, JavaScript, awk, perl). This makes it easy to cross over from one language to another based on program requirements, resources and politics. This tutorial on Java structure and syntax assumes some introductory programming experience. lexical structure data types literal constants variables and arrays operators and expressions statements and blocks Lexical Structure The lexical structure of a progr




A Java application resembles a program in most computer languages. It is compiled into bytecode which normally resides on the user's machine and is executed by a run-time interpreter. Java is based on a structure and syntax common to many languages (eg C, JavaScript, awk, perl). This makes it easy to cross over from one language to another based on program requirements, resources and politics. This tutorial on Java structure and syntax assumes some introductory programming experience.

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multidimensional arrays (also known as nested arrays because they comprise one or more arrays nested inside another)

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multidimensional arrays (also known as [...] because they comprise one or more arrays nested inside another)
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nested arrays


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multidimensional arrays (also known as nested arrays because they comprise one or more arrays nested inside another)







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how do you loop through multidimensional arrays?
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you can loop through them using nested loops


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sort()
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sorts the values of the array in ascending order (alphabetically for letters, numerically for numbers, letters before numbers)


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rsort()
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sorts the values in descending order.


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sort() and rsort(), but they preserve the association between each element's key and its value

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sort() and rsort(), but they [...] the association between each element's key and its value
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preserve


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sort() and rsort(), but they preserve the association between each element's key and its value







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can you use asort() and arsort() on indexed arrays?
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you can use asort() and arsort() on indexed arrays, they're commonly used with associative arrays


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ksort()
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sorts associative array by their key assending


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krsort()
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sorts associative array by their key descending


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