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Economics of. Futures Trading. FOR COMMERCIAL. AND PERSONAL PROFIT. By THOMAS A. HIERONYMUS publishers. (flip Commodity Research Bureau, 

12i6 JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY futures trading and a Working, Hieronymus, and Gray concluded that futures trading stabilized onion prices, but   boards of trade seeking designation as contract markets in futures contracts See generally, Hieronymus, Economics of Futures Trading, 69-71 (1972). Net by Joseph M. Santos, Department of Economics, South Dakota State Hieronymus, T. A. (1977) Economics of Futures Trading for Commercial and  Economics of Futures Trading. Authors: Goss, B.A., Yamey, B. S.. Free Preview. Buy this book. eBook  Hieronymus, Thomas A. 1971. Economics of Futures Trading for. Commercial and Personal Profit. New York: Commodity. Research Bureau. Khoury, Sarkis J. (1920); T. HIERONYMUS, ECONOMICS OF FUTURES TRADING 72-76 (2d ed. 1980) [hereinafter ECONOMICS. OF FUTURES TRADING]; COMMODITY 

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6 Hieronymus, T. A. The Economics of Risk in the Marketing of Soybeans and Soybean Products,. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Univ. of 111., 1949. © Commodity   1 Aug 1972 Roger W. Gray; Hieronymus, Thomas A., Economics of Futures Trading, for Commercial and Personal Profit, New York, Commodity Research  HIERONYMUS,. ECONOMICS OF FUTURES TRADING 36-40 (2d ed. 1977). 3. General Guide, COMM. FUT  11 Nov 2019 By Roger W. Gray; Hieronymus, Thomas A., Economics of Futures Trading, for Commercial and Personal Profit, New York, Commodity  12i6 JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY futures trading and a Working, Hieronymus, and Gray concluded that futures trading stabilized onion prices, but   boards of trade seeking designation as contract markets in futures contracts See generally, Hieronymus, Economics of Futures Trading, 69-71 (1972). Net by Joseph M. Santos, Department of Economics, South Dakota State Hieronymus, T. A. (1977) Economics of Futures Trading for Commercial and 

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A futures contract is a standardized agreement between a buyer and a seller to exchange an amount and grade of an item at a specific price and future date. The item or underlying asset may be an agricultural commodity, a metal, mineral or energy commodity, a financial instrument or a foreign currency.

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Economics of Futures Trading for Commercial and Personal Profit: Thomas A. Hieronymus: 1977: PDF: Economics of Futures Trading for Commercial and Personal Profit: Thomas A. Hieronymus: Chapter 1: 1977: PDF: Economics of Futures Trading for Commercial and Personal Profit: Thomas A. Hieronymus: Chapter 2: 1977: PDF: Economics of Futures Professor Hieronymus published an article in 1977 in Hofstra Law Review titled: "Manipulation in Commodity Futures Trading". He served as an expert witness in several attempted manipulation cases, and provided expert testimony on the futures industry before the US Congress.

Famous futures market economist Tom Hieronymus wrote in Economics of Futures Trading For Commercial and Personal Profit,* that cash prices may be at a discount to futures prices during a delivery month when there is a lack of warehouse space and the cash price discount to futures is tied to the cost of putting the commodity into storage.

Hieronymus, Thomas A., Economics of Futures Trading, for Commercial and Personal Profit, New York, Commodity Research Bureau, Inc., 1971, xiii + 338 pp. ($12.95)

Economics of futures trading for commercial and personal profit. 2d ed. [1977] Hieronymus T.A. Commodity Research Bureau, inc. [Corporate Author] Access the full text 2. For a discussion of the terms of futures contracts, see T. HIERONYMUS, ECONOMICS OF FUTURES TRADING 36-40 (2d ed. 1977). 3. General Guide, COMM. FUT. L. REP. (CCH) 104 (1977). 4. For a discussion of the important role of commodities exchanges in the de- A futures contract is a standardized agreement between a buyer and a seller to exchange an amount and grade of an item at a specific price and future date. The item or underlying asset may be an agricultural commodity, a metal, mineral or energy commodity, a financial instrument or a foreign currency. MANIPULATION IN COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING: TOWARD A DEFINITION Thomas A. Hieronymus* INTRODUCTION A central focus of the Commodity Exchange Act,' and its pred-