meff


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meff

(mɛf)
n
1. Northern English a tramp
2. a stupid or worthless person
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The addition of Bolsas y Mercados Espanoles's Mercado Espanol de Futuros Financieros (MEFF) and Borsa Italiana's Italian Derivatives Exchange Market (IDEM) takes the number of market connections available on the Valdi Market Access product to over 100.
Andrew Meff from FRHT said excitement is building for the return of the iconic steam engine.
Co-located with Sial Middle East this year, the Middle East Food Forum (MEFF), has expanded its features.
It sparked an angry response from Mr Nuttall, who tweeted: "Liverpool echo chose to highlight some really negative, biased comments tonight including one calling me a 'bad bootle ukip meff' Appalling."
The BME, which already operates CCPs for derivatives (MEFF) and for fixed income (MEFFREPO) sees the operation of a CCP as valuable addition to its business.
Spain : Spanish Futures & Options Exchange (MEFF)
The minimum film formation temperatures (MEFf) of the pure VAE and acrylic latexes are listed in Table 4.
"En 2004 hicimos una asociacion con el Mercado Espanol de Futuros Financieros, MEFF, por medio del cual adquirieron un 7,5% del Mexder", senala Alegria, su presidente.
[1] The next expiration from January 14, 1992 through January 26, 1996 was taken from MEFF Renta Variable (MEFF RV).
One example is the annual Australian Muslim Eid Festival and Fair (MEFF) held at the end of the fasting month of Ramadan in Sydney.
But ties with other European exchanges, like Spain's MEFF, are thought possible.
Jack Sandner announced talks with Spain's MEFF, Singapore's SIMEX, and TIFFE as possible new members,(24) SIMEX also is exploring the possibility of introducing a screen-based system to complement floor trading.