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Contract negotiations will continue as the contract expiration date nears.
As a rule, the value of the basis for such bonds (the difference between the price calculated on the basis of a futures contract and the spot price of OFZ on MICEX) tends towards zero as the futures contract expiration date approaches.
Anybody with a contract expiration date of mobilization-day-plusone-year, we're taking to theater," said Watson.
So City, like any other money-savvy club in the league, will wait until the July 1 contract expiration date has passed because it saves clubs from paying the extra months in wages for players they can't yet use.
``That's why in a show of good faith, they've continued to bargain beyond the contract expiration date for three months and have moved record amounts of cargo in that time.
The livelihood of thousands of Vancouverites is up in the air as the May 2 contract expiration date rapidly approaches.
When the parties were unable to reach a settlement by the contract expiration date, they were obligated under the Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 - the Federal labor law that regulates collective bargaining for postal workers - to arbitrate the unresolved dispute.
The purchasing department will also gain increased visibility into all operations, including how much money is spent under various contracts, contract expiration dates and multiple renewal options.