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Exchange traded contracts used for either hedging or speculating in relation to outturn market rates on a prespecified date in the future.

Because futures contracts are exchange traded they involve standard amounts and standard expiry dates.

They also require a refundable up-front security payment (initial margin) and subsequent variation margin adjustments.

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