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In the context of trading and finance, “level” can refer to different things depending on the specific market or instrument. However, generally speaking, “level” often refers to a certain price point or range for a particular security or asset. For example, a trader might refer to a certain level of support or resistance for a stock or currency pair, which represents a price level where there is significant buying or selling pressure. In the futures market, level might refer to a specific price at which a futures contract is trading, or to the overall price trend of a particular futures contract.

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