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Imperfect markets: futures sometimes create chance for arbitrage profits.

JUL 20, 1994 1:00am ET

The price of a futures contract is usually not equal to the price of the security or commodity underlying the contract. Sometimes the difference represents an investment opportunity, but not always.

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