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Forward delivery

A transaction in which the settlement will occur on a specified date in the future at a price agreed upon on the trade date.

Forward Delivery

The delivery of the underlying asset in a forward contract. In a forward delivery, the seller gives the buyer the asset and the buyer makes payment according to the terms of the contract.
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American intends to continue pulling forward deliveries of the remainder of the 47 737 aircraft from their current 2013-2016 delivery schedules into the 2009-2012 timeframe.
Company to Begin Pulling Forward Deliveries of Boeing 737-800 Aircraft, With First Deliveries Expected in Early 2009
These purchase options are substantially in-the-money based on current capesize valuations for forward deliveries.
This low volume increase is partly due to some customers bringing forward deliveries in 2004 to mitigate the effects of increased surcharges at year-end.
Like the fourth quarter 2003, volume progress was strongest at the end of each quarter, probably due to some customers bringing forward deliveries to partially delay the effect of increased price surcharges, effective from the next quarter onwards.
Like the first quarter 2003, volume progress was strongest at the end of the period, probably due to some customers bringing forward deliveries to partially delay the effect of increased price surcharges, effective from the beginning of the second quarter.
Delivering 125,000 Paveway II kits is something to celebrate, but I think the effort to pull forward deliveries by five months to support the Navy warfighter needs after 9/11 is also something to celebrate.
From time to time, Trinity hedges investment positions through interest rate swaps, forward deliveries, options and futures, and other financial assets.