Futures price

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Futures price

The price at which parties to a futures contract agree to transact upon the settlement date.

Futures Price

The price on a futures contract. For example, if an investor enters a futures contract to sell a certain number of barrels of oil in six months for $90 per barrel, the futures price is $90.
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Meanwhile, Crude Oil Brent (CB) futures prices fell by two percent at London Stock Exchange on Monday.
In order to better understand the efficiency of the DCE, the focus of this research was to study the NGM price relationship between the DCE futures prices and forthcoming cash prices realised at the Zhengzhou Grain Wholesale Market (ZGWM) (8).
possibly disrupting crude-oil supply by Iran, international futures prices for crude oil already rose over 4% in the first quarter.
If rice futures prices fluctuate wildly due to speculative trading, the government will order the exchanges to limit trading volume and price fluctuations or suspend trading.
The DISI(TM) aims to reflect upward trends in physical commodity futures prices during inflationary periods and seeks to minimize exposure to physical commodity futures during flat or declining price trends in the commodity futures markets.
DGCX is the first exchange in the region to use its futures prices for the creation of indices
It covers the futures prices for wheat, soybean meal and maize, all of which are updated hourly while the markets are trading.
Rather they demonstrate how a return can be earned as a result of markets normally being in "backwardation," a condition that occurs when cash prices exceed futures prices.
The OPEC members are meeting for the plenary session at a time when crude futures prices are hovering at high levels of around $70 per barrel in global markets.
To gain some clarity, many observers have looked to oil futures prices as a quick and easy means to forecast the direction of oil prices.
In providing the hedge, futures markets immediately fold all available information that is relevant to the pricing of crude into current futures prices.
You can now hedge the price five years ahead on the LME," says Evans, "and futures prices are lower than today's.