deferred contracts

deferred contracts

Futures contracts that settle in months beyond the closest current trading month.
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Deferred contracts are leading the rally, however, as comments from hawkish Fed voter Rosengren threw cold water on the likelihood of aggressive action at the September 17, 18 policy meeting, as did stronger retail sales and inflation data.
The March letting this year also resulted in a high number of single-bid contracts and deferred contracts, according to apparent bid results.
In the distribution phase, fixed annuities--either immediate contracts or deferred contracts that have been annuitized--provide a regular income by application of a chosen annuity payout factor to the amount that is converted to an income stream.
LIMRA also reported a four-percent drop in sales of traditional fixed-rate deferred contracts. A nine-percent increase in fixed index deferred annuity sales--from $26.9 billion in 2008 to an all-time high of $29.4 billion in 2009--helped offset declines elsewhere.
Most agents will benefit from training in the annuity basics such as living benefits, beneficiary death benefits, taxation, protection under guaranty fund and bankruptcy laws, comparison of different types of deferred contracts and annuitization options, etc.
Guardian iT lost more than half its value yesterday after it warned investors it would miss full year forecasts as customers reduced their IT spending and deferred contracts. The data recovery firm, which provides services throughout Europe backing up data to deal with computer failures, said it had been ``overly optimistic'' on expected sales and ``under-forecast'' costs.
Sales are currently hedged two years in advance at an average price of over $400/oz, predominantly with Spot Deferred Contracts. These have no fixed delivery date and may be rolled forward for up to 10 years.
But the deferred contracts continue to price in more easing down the road, with a 1.720% effective funds rate projected for January 2020.
There is, in both immediate and variable annuities, an annual expense charge of each separate account which impacts the cash value of the deferred contracts and the amount of annuity payments in immediate contracts.
The group, which manages large scale engineering projects and on-going maintenance contracts, said the profits had been hit by industrial action, deferred contracts, and "disputed entitlements" with one of its major clients - Railtrack.
Deferred contracts are also looking for about 70 bps in easing by early 2020.
Fed funds futures are little changed today, but with small losses in the deferred contracts. Chair Powell's testimony largely validated an easing at the upcoming July 30, 31 FOMC.