The price specified in a forward contract for a specific commodity. The forward...
The delivery price in a forward contract chosen so as to make it worthless.
In any forward market, the price of the item being traded for delivery at a future date; in exchange markets, the forward rate.
Refers to sales into the future of a physical commodity by the use of forward contracting or futures and options hedging. It is a marketing tool for grain buyers and sellers.
a function of the spot price of the underlying commodity (or currency) plus a premium based on prevailing interest rates in the currency in which that commodity is priced, plus storage and insurance charges
Forward Price is the future yield of an instrument that will determine the Forward Curve.
The future yield of a derivative that determines Forward Curve.
The price for a transaction that has a start date in the future or later than the spot date.
The fixed price at which a specified amount of a commodity is to be delivered on a fixed date in the future.
A predetermined price that makes a forward contract worthless to both parties.
The forward price or forward rate is the agreed upon price of an asset in a forward contract. Using the rational pricing assumption, we can express the forward price in terms of the spot price and any dividends etc., so that there is no possibility for arbitrage.