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Certificated Stock

Inventory of a commodity that has been inspected by a designated official and determined to be of the appropriate quality. Certificated stock may be used in delivery on a futures contract or option. Certificated stock is also called certified stock. It should not be confused with a stock certificate, which indicates ownership of a stock.
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On December 14th, the local coffee industry got a badly needed shot in the arm, when the New York Board of Trade lifted its moratorium on the issuance of delivery notices against certified stocks in six licensed stores at the port.
Furthermore, said NYBOT, "The board also determined that certified stocks in the four warehouses, whose licenses are suspended would retain its status as certified until February 28, 2006, provided that the coffee met such tests and standards as the Board might specify and was moved to another licensed store by that date.
Some roasters took delivery of Exchange certified stocks, further reducing stock levels.
When the coffees are finally all picked out of the certified stocks there will be a lot of coffee left over which will at best be characterized as marginal.

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