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Limit Up

The maximum amount by which the price of a commodity futures contract may advance in one trading day. Limit up refers to when a futures contract will have a maximum threshold in order to ensure that large unexpected or potentially catastrophic events do not push a contract's price into levels of irrational valuation based upon investor panic or manipulation.

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See also Limit Down and LULD
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