large traders

Definition of "large traders"
  1. An entity that controls or holds a position in a commodity on an exchange, equal to or greater than the reporting level specified by the exchange or the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
How to use "large traders" in a sentence
  1. The regulatory agency kept a watchful eye on large traders to maintain market stability.
  2. Large traders can significantly impact market trends due to their considerable holdings.
  3. The excess of large traders in the market increased regulatory scrutiny.

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