• French Treasuries.
• Refers to Order Audit Trail System which increases the ability to monitor the flow and execution of orders in Nasdaq securities.
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| ||Chicago board of trade: Abbreviated CBOT. The oldest commodity exchange in the United States; established in 1886. The exchange lists agricultural commodity futures such as corn, Oats, and soybeans, in addition to more recent innovations such as GNMA mortgages and the NASDAQ 100 Index.|
| ||Grains: Refers to the commodity futures markets for corn, Oats, and wheat. A broader definition would include soybeans.|
| ||Oat or oats obligations assimilables de tresor: Are key debt instruments issued by the French Government. They are issued in both fixed and floating rate securities and have maturities ranging from 4 to 30 years. The three basic maturities for the fixed rate bonds are 10, 15, and 30 years. The two basic maturities for the floating rate securities are 4 and 12years. The 4 year floating security or TRB (Taux Revisable desBons de Tresor) are indexed on the three month treasury bill. The 12 year TME (Taux Moyen des Emprunts d'Etat) floater is based on an average rate of Oats.|
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