Similarly, in case of financial assets, the cost of carry
includes interest and dividends.
Tt] denote the portfolio's profit, the change in the spot price, the spot asset cost of carry, and the change in the maturity-date-T futures contract price, respectively, from time t to t+1.
Despite the similarities noted above, the cost of carry and ECM disequilibrium interpretations are incompatible.
However, reinterpret the spot price as the spot price inclusive of the cost of carry to the futures contract maturity in Equation (4) and denote this version as the MECM.
The cost of carry is the interest on the spot price compounded for the period of the hedge at the yield-to-maturity of the approximately two week-to-maturity T-bill (reported in the Wall Street Journal).
If, in those circumstances, there are large short positions in the market, it is likely that one or both of the following will occur: First, the price of the securities in question will rise relative to close substitute securities, or, second, the financing cost of the securities in the repurchase agreement (RP) market will drop, thereby providing the owners of those securities with a very favorable cost of carry
Sellers of every kind of property -- from top-flight mixed use property to operating hotels and development land - are finding auctions are the most efficient way to move property while minimizing the cost of carry
and maximizing return.
While this has very positive implications for Citicorp longer term, the workout of problem real estate loans, and the associated credit- related expenses including cost of carry
, write-downs and other expenses, combined with Duff & Phelps expectations of a weak business environment in 1992 will negatively affect profitability and internal generation of capital.
The study cites decreased elapsed time between locking/funding loans, compressed funding cycles, improved secondary market pricing and reduced cost of carry
The strength of the primary market for speculative grade bonds is certainly working in favor of high yield companies by enabling them to reduce the cost of carry
on high levels of debt while waiting for revenue and cash flow to rebound.
In selecting LYONs, we decided to capitalize on the strong demand in the convertibles market as an opportunistic borrowing and leverage our strong financial position with relatively inexpensive capital at attractive terms while maintaining conservative financial ratios and a negative cost of carry
We decided to capitalize on the strong demand in the convertibles market as an opportunistic borrowing which provides an opportunity to leverage our financial position with relatively inexpensive capital at attractive terms while maintaining conservative financial ratios and a negative cost of carry