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Position limits are the predetermined position level (number of contracts allowable for holding) set by regulatory bodies — such as the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, or by an exchange. Position limits are intended to protect futures markets from excessive speculation that could cause unreasonable or unwarranted price fluctuations and are sometimes referred to as “speculative limits”. The Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) authorized the CFTC to impose limits on the size of speculative positions in futures …  [ View page]

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