cash market


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cash market

A market in which the purchase or sale of an asset occurs instantly and the delivery immediately. (As opposed to a futures market, in which specific amounts of an asset are delivered at a specified time in the future for a specified price.) After the news, many people flooded the cash market to snatch up shares in the company. I've been trading gold on the cash market for years, and I've learned how to use daily fluctuations in values to maximize my profits.
See also: cash, market
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A couple of points to note regarding the cash market. First, any cash drug purchases using these services do not accrue towards any deductibles that apply.
"The need for more comprehensive official sector access to data, particularly with respect to Treasury cash market activity, is clear," said Antonio Weiss, Counselor to Treasury Secretary Jacob J.
[PVAR.sub.i] = price variability of the cash market commodity.
The strength in cash markets, if sustained, could well be the signal that a fresh rally in oil futures prices is in the cards.
SLBS is applicable in the cash market. Though, short selling can also be done in the derivative market.
However, short selling via the derivatives market has some drawbacks compared with doing it through SLBS in the cash market. In the derivative market, the futures and options (F&O) are traded in market lots, so one needs to compulsorily buy or sell a fixed number of contracts.
Tony Heath, owner of Quality Cash Market in Concord, is a great example.
With this move VSE seeks to boost its liquidity in the derivatives market, it said, adding that its cash market participants, who already use Eurex, will now have the opportunity to trade on this market without any large technical investment.
T8Design, a provider of web services for the financial industry, announced a partnership with Bozeman, a Montana-based source of cash grain market intelligence, to allow community banks and credit unions to provide cash market prices for commodities to members.
You can send cards of any amount to Gift Cards For Trees; it will then exchange the cards for their cash market value and make a donation to AMERICAN FORESTS to plant trees.
One of the reasons for the success of price-based derivatives is that the comparison between the potential cash market loss and the potential gain from mitigating the cash market risk via a price-based derivative on the same commodity is similar--the old idea of comparing apples to apples.
"Prospective players can expect to face stiff competition from generic versions of all currently marketed schizophrenia drugs, which are forecast to take a cash market share of 26% in 2015.
These estimates, and the fact that carryover stocks have been relatively high, have resulted in wheat futures prices for March, June, and September contracts that are either very similar to those available in the current cash market (in the case of hard red spring wheat) or that show a modest strengthening of prices up to 20-25 cents a bushel (in the case of hard red winter wheat).
The agreement with Deutsche Borse expands an existing contract between the two parties to include the provision by Global One of international telecomms services connecting trading systems for the derivatives and cash market to trading houses worldwide.
Investors therefore hedged in the futures market and that in turn pulled down the cash market," said Sunny Chan, assistant vice president of research at KGI Asia Ltd.