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They are dependent conceptually speaking but independent market flow speaking. So if the distance between them is too small or too large, there is a opportunity to win money buying one and selling the other on what is called ┐arbitration? (I don't know the exact term in english, this is the closest term from spanish; "arbitraje"). It is a special kind of what is called "spread".

So, by this way, both of them tends to have always the proper distance.

Got that?

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