Forward trade

Forward trade

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

Forward Trade

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The Egyptian-Singaporean economic relations are currently witnessing momentum through the governments of both countries with the aim of pushing forward trade exchange and joint investments to unprecedented levels, the Ministry of Trade and Industry said in a statement Friday.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed a number of issues of mutual interest, and means of pushing forward trade and investment partnerships between the two countries.
Abdullah said that his country is looking forward to closer ties with the Kingdom at all political, trade and investment levels so as to promote brotherly warm relations between Saudi and Afghan peoples, pointing out that he was keen to meet with Saudi businessmen to exchange views and ideas that push forward trade and investment relations between the two countries as well as search for joint ventures.
According to a Jordan Chamber of Industry statement, organizers of the forum seek to establish a solid basis for communication, pushing forward trade exchange and attracting more UAE investments into the Kingdom to benefit from incentives and the business environment Jordan has to offer.
Minister of Economy and Commerce HE Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim bin Mohamed al Thani highlighted the importance of pushing forward trade relations among Arab countries and the rest of the world at the ninth Arab Conference on World Trade Organisation (WTO) on Wednesday.
Al-Madaj thanked the Qatari leadership and people for hosting this conference and their keenness on pushing forward trade relations among Arab countries and the world.
We have asked other exchanges to start similar forward trade segments.
The support has helped strengthen backward and forward trade linkages, notably in the tea, coffee, garments, and tourism sectors.
Late on Monday, RBi banned banks from proprietary trading in domestic currency futures and options while Sebi doubled the margin requirement on the domestic dollar- rupee forward trade.
Late on Monday, the Reserve Bank of India banned banks from proprietary trading in domestic currency futures and options, while the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) doubled the margin requirement on domestic dollar-rupee forward trade.
The two sides agreed that negotiations would commence with meetings of foreign' interior and commerce ministers this month to take forward trade and border management issues.
The Prime Minister also appreciated the steps taken by Pakistan to take forward trade ties by moving to the negative list regime.