Delivery price


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Delivery price

The price fixed by the clearinghouse at which deliveries on futures are invoiced; also the price at which the futures contract is settled when deliveries are made.

Delivery Price

The price at which a futures contract is settled. Clearing houses set delivery prices to reduce confusion when the futures contract expires and the seller must make delivery.
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63) US dollars, up (4) dollars and (94) cents, compared to the delivery price of June 2015.
DEL's delivery price for Qatari gas is said to be about $1.
Specifically, you can find the most up-to-date electronic products with most competitive cash on delivery price, which helps you save time and enjoy better service.
Backwardation means the cash or nearby delivery price of a commodity has risen above the price for forward delivery, which is usually higher.
Kukusheva said that the bread is sold to end-consumers with 35% - 40% surplus charge, while at the same time the delivery price was the same as ten years ago - BGN 0.
He confirmed that the Ministry of Agriculture has now also started planting maize with a target delivery price of EGP 330 per 150kg to provide fodder for livestock and poultry.
With last week's US gas in storage down slightly from last year and the five year average, natural gas futures contract prices broke out of their backwardation pattern, as prices above and below the nearby and cash delivery price are seen in the back months in an undulating pattern.
The April delivery price of Nymex sweet light crude, the US benchmark, rose $1.
A spot price is the current delivery price of a commodity.
Meanwhile, Asda has lowered its delivery price again and is offering off-peak deliveries from 2.
Careful separation of waste can yield lumber that can be used again--saving the purchase price, the delivery price, the trash-hauling cost, landfill space, and the life of another tree
The loss was caused by distortion in the delivery price of day old chick (DOC) and the high price of feed.