The type of account ( house, customer, or customer non-segregated) for which a trade was executed. Also see segregation type. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary

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origin or‧i‧gin [ˈɒrdʒn ǁ ˈɔː-, ˈɑː-] also origins noun [countable, uncountable]
1. the situation, place, or substance something comes from:
origin of

• Swiss authorities were doubtful about the origins of his financing.

• products of petroleum origin

• The software helps you trace the origin of any piece of data.

2. country/​nation/​point of origin the country or place that goods have come from:

• lists showing U.S. imports of crude oil and other products by country of origin

• The shipper assumes full responsibility for the cargo from the point of origin to the point of destination.

— see also certificate of origin

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origin UK US /ˈɒrɪdʒɪn/ noun
[C] (also origins [plural]) the beginning or cause of something: »

The origins of this practice date back to the time of the Depression.


Whether entrepreneurs are self-employed or working as employees, they are often at the origin of radical innovations.

[U] the place where something was made or came from: »

The furniture was French in origin.


The origin of the money that financed the deal was unclear.


All these products must state their country of origin clearly on the packaging.

[U] the place where a person was born: »

He is of North African origin.


What is your country of origin?

See also CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN(Cf. ↑certificate of origin)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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