life of contract

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Life of Contract

The time between the issue of a futures contract or option and its maturity or expiration. A contract may be traded at any point during its life, subject to the rules of the exchange on which it trades.

life of contract

In futures or options trading, the period of time in which trading can occur before the expiration or settlement. In general, a longer life makes an option more valuable.
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It is currently leased to Al Rowad International Schools for a period of 30 years ending in December 2041 (remaining contract life of 24 years) with an estimated remaining contract value of SR498.
These facilities have a weighted average contract life of 22 years and represent 85 megawatts (MW).
6 billion cubic feet per day with a weighted average remaining contract life of 16 years as of December 31, 2016.
The Delaware Basin assets are underpinned by high-quality producer dedications of more than 145,000 acres under long-term, largely fee-based contracts, with a weighted average contract life of 14 years.
The acquisitions are likely to generate around USD9m in combined annual pre-tax cash flow and have a 20 year average contract life.
17, which the company describes as a machine-learning text analytics engine extensively integrated into software applications serving the legal community for e-discovery, information governance, contract life cycle management, intellectual property management and information services.
The power purchase agreements in the acquired portfolio have a weighted average remaining contract life of 19 years with a weighted average credit rating of A3/A-.
2 million tons under contract annually, with a weighted average remaining contract life of 4.
It is unclear if Greenberg was eluding to the 7-year contract life in the Crawford deal, which also ties in with the years in the deal offered by the Yankees to Lee, or not.
The contract life of these projects was between 3-5 years, after which the government has no obligation to purchase power from these units, they added.
Despite the threat to attorneys by the automated contract process, today's increasingly competitive global marketplace is ripe for automation to support contract life cycle or Enterprise Contract Management (ECM) in complex transactions.
4 Bcf/d with a weighted average contract life of approximately 9.