FCMS


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FCMS

Abbrev. for Fellow of the College of Medicine & Surgery.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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in near future, deciding the fate of FCMs and BPA cans.
In June last year, the European Parliament called for priority action by the European Commission on harmonizing at the EU level national FCM rules on printing inks, varnishes and coatings.
In fact, upon initial launch, several FCMs, including those controlled by JPMorgan, Bank of America, and Citigroup, refused to offer their customers access to bitcoin futures due to concerns around client suitability and overall volatility in the bitcoin spot market.
GAIN operates as a non-clearing futures commission merchant (FCM), which connects to exchanges and its clearing firm through CQG, Inc., a leading global provider of high-performance trading, market data and technical analysis tools.
And FCM is commonly used among the clustering algorithms [5-8].
Presently, the topic of chemical exposures from FCMs and FCAs is discussed mostly by experts on FCMs, but opening this topic for discussion in the broader scientific community will likely benefit public health.
Section 5 provides an overview of FCMs. Section 6 demonstrates the detailed procedure of constructing an FCM-based speech emotion recognition system.
It focuses primarily on the regulatory regime governing FCMs, which has received little attention from scholars to date, particularly in comparison to the widespread and extensive focus that securities brokers have received.
However, FCMs are the professionals of primary healthcare that are best qualified to deal with non-specific complaints, multiple illnesses in a single patient, and illnesses that undergo transformation over time (8).
(1) Under a bilateral framework, the exposures that participants face can be dispersed across a large number of counterparties, while under the centrally cleared framework these risks are shifted to and concentrated in central counterparties (CCPs) and financial intermediaries, such as clearing members (CMs) and futures commission merchants (FCMs).