cash trade

Cash Contract

A trade of a security or a derivative where settlement occurs on the same trading day. This is fairly unusual; most contracts are settled between one and three days later. Generally speaking, cash contracts are most common in the last week of the calendar year when many trades must be settled sooner to guarantee tax advantages for one or both parties. It is also called a cash trade.

cash trade

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USPRwire, Fri Apr 08 2016] According to a recent study published in CASH trade magazine, household maintenance is becoming increasingly time consuming for Austrians.
If the OSE can focus on futures trade while the TSE could absorb the cash trade, there may be good synergies and they could efficiently reduce personnel levels and costs," Fujito said.
Rakuten concluded the signings of all 65 players except for right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma, who will join the newly formed Sendai-based Pacific League team through a cash trade despite being on the protected list of the Orix Buffaloes.
Under the mandate awarded, JPMorgan Investor Services will provide global custody, foreign exchange, cash trade execution, securities lending and commercial banking services.
As previously announced, the backlog of media orders is growing with combinations of cash and cash trade blends for media being made available through the Live Media Marketplace v3.
The report added that absence of key players explicitly affected the trades in a negative fashion, while the Kuwait-15 index continued to lure a proportion of the cash trades, Tuesday's session registered losses but the market "absorbed repercussions of Belgium's events, contrary to other Gulf markets.
At least 303 cases of unauthorised access were confirmed between late May and June 14, including three that involved cash trades resulting in financial loss, a Line spokesman told AFP, without providing further details.
The trader also asked brokers to manipulate their screens, to disseminate false information about prevailing market cash rates, and to make false bids and offers on cash trades in the market to skew perceptions of the rates at which cash could be borrowed or lent in the interbank market.