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We see this in the financial sector, where a hedge fund or transactions like a credit-default swap leads to a fee or a profit.
Houston needs whatever draft assets it can muster after trading away multiple first-round picks and pick swaps to land Westbrook last year, and this move helps on that front.
Rubio, 30, was not with the Thunder for long, having been dealt to Oklahoma City earlier this week in a swap that sent Chris Paul to the Phoenix Suns.
Inflation swaps dropped four basis points and five-year breakeven rates both fell three basis points.
Later at a dinner party with another couple, penis size becomes the big issue again when a wife swap between the two couples is discussed.
The king sassed back as much as was safe for him, and then swapped around and lit into me again.
ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
The boys had ridden back, swapped them for their own, and hit the trail.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
I laughed, discussed affairs of the day whimsically, and swapped anecdotes, as though out on a collegians holiday.
Had a Testament in his pocket when he came aboard; in a week's time he had swapped it for a pack of cards.
He swapped his neat suit of brown with a deck-hand, and received some particularly unkempt garments.

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