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Cash price

Applies to derivative products. See: Spot price.

Cash Price

On an exchange, the price of a security or commodity at the present moment. If one buys or sells a security or commodity, one pays the cash price. The cash price contrasts with the futures price. It is also called the current price and the spot price. See also: Spot rate.

cash price

A price quotation in a cash market. In securities trading, a cash price distinguishes a transaction as being other than a regular five-day delivery, a difference that may be sought for tax or dividend reasons. In commodities trading, a cash price implies immediate or nearly immediate delivery as opposed to settlement in a specified future month. Also called spot price.
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That is at or above present prices and is considered too high by major oil-consuming countries struggling with their economies.
He said the government only paid him 350 afghanis which were nothing in the present price hike.
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Ferdy Murphy's horse has been cut three times down to his present price.
The present price tag is pounds 9 billion, you may recall.
Sounds a lot when you say it quickly but it's no more than the loose change Roman Abramovich carries in his trouser pocket or the equivalent of a dozen Arsenal shares at their present price.
Best news of all is LPG looks set to stay at its present price (around 30p a litre) for a good while yet.
At the present price level, the agreement could represent savings of US$200 million n the trade balance.
So at their present price we think Yell shares are worth shouting about.
However, Pertamina will not be in a hurry to raise the price as at the present price of Rp 2,100 per kg buyers have complained.
According to Agence France Presse, the French press agency, Ministers also decided to gradually increase toll prices for lorries transiting through the Mont Blanc (to reach an increase of between 21% and 28% of the present price by 2005, depending on the amount of pollution emitted by the lorries).