Futures exchanges establish a minimum amount that the price of a commodity can fluctuate upward or downward. This minimum fluctuation (trade increment) is known as a "tick" or commodity tick. Each Futures contract has a different size, quantity, valuation etc., so each "tick size" that can be applied to any one futures contract, is dependent on the previous variables. Tick size is important as it determines the possible prices available.

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