Delivery Month

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Delivery Month

The month in which an option or futures contract expires and delivery must be made. The seller generally must inform the buyer of delivery during the delivery month.
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The 12 Contract Months on the launch day will comprise the Spot Month (August 2017 ) and next 11 calendar months (September, October, November, December 2017 and January, February, March, April, May, June, July 2018).
It didn't say why agencies were reviewing the contract months after the cabinet had approved it.
and rugby fans everywhere will be staggered our renowned defence guru wasn't offered a fresh contract months ago.
But the SNP pointed out that the Ministry of Defence had already announced funds for the latest contract months ago.
As of the market open on Monday December 9, ICE Brent contracts in March 2016 contract months onwards, are trading with a 'month-ahead' expiry calendar, with the same contract specifications and contract codes.
ICE Futures Europe will also list the two front contract months, so that there are always three prompt contract months to trade including the quarterly contract.
Resistance to the plan gathered momentum after it emerged internet gambling was added to the city's lottery contract months after it passed a council vote in 2009.
They will have expiry dates up to three years for the next 13 calendar months, plus the two following annual contract months out of the December cycle.
Existing unexpired contracts for the month July 2010, August 2010 and September 2010 will continue till their expiry and new strikes will also be introduced in the existing contract months, NSE said in a circular.
HKEx said it is seeking to expand that part of the market by allowing flexibility in strike prices and contract months.
On the other hand, members offering to trade in non-lead contract months formed a mini-pit in a small section of the S&P 500 pit.
However, all the more distant delivery contract months were priced above the nearbys, indicating some confidence that future demand will again push prices upward.

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