If the carry-forward/deferral element of an OTC futures contract is associated with frequent abbreviated expressions: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200, plus The entity determines the carry-forward/deport element by reference to the valuation of an OTC futures contract whose essential terms would correspond exactly to those of the covered party. An investor participates in an over-the-counter futures contract for the acquisition of the majority of the holding-controlled slow shares and has no other rights related to the investment. Any contract can be a futures contract (500), an option contract (530) or a flexible futures contract (560). An example of this is that a company, under the futures contract, buys back a number of its own shares in exchange for a fixed amount of cash. Warning: the words in the vocabulary list are only available via this Internet browser. Once this list is copied into your vocabulary trainer, it will be available from anywhere. the separation of turkeys and the spot price of an over-the-counter futures contract. The conclusion of the OTC futures contract is usually not the payment of a fee. . . .