forward pricing

Forward pricing

Practice mandated by the SEC that open-end investment companies establish all incoming buy and sell orders on the next net asset valuation of fund shares.

Forward Pricing

A practice in which a mutual fund determines the price of its shares based on the next net asset value following an order to buy or sell shares. The SEC requires mutual funds to use forward pricing to arrive at their share prices.

forward pricing

The pricing of mutual fund shares on the basis of the next net asset valuation following receipt of a customer's order to buy or sell. While the price is based on net asset value, this value is adjusted for any applicable redemption or sales fee. Forward pricing is required by the SEC.
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We only offer Straight Forward Pricing so you always know what to expect upfront.
Origin said the price related to the existing oil forward pricing curve and the funds would be used to retire current drawn debt.
Ms Winterton hit back saying: "We have no intention of forcing local authorities to take forward pricing.
Forward pricing contracts for fertilizer with the potential for a total acre input package to be forward priced against future grain sales are being developed and tested.
50 in quantities of 100 K units, and forward pricing of $8.
We also found that roughly one-fourth of builders buy from dealers on a spot basis, with no forward pricing arrangements at all.