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Open Interests

Open Interests (also known as open contracts or open commitments) refers to the total number of derivatives contracts, like futures and options, that have not been settled in the immediately previous time period for a specific underlying security. For each buyer of a futures contract there must be a seller. From the time the buyer or seller opens the contract until the counter-party closes it, that contract is considered 'open'....

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by Yue Pan // 11 November, 2015

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