Literally means for immediate delivery. In the FX market transactions in...
Commodities, as merchandise and cotton, sold for immediate delivery.
on hand for immediate delivery after sale; -- said of commodities; as, spot wheat.
The value for immediate delivery.
An industry term describing a one-time, cash transaction, where a commodity is purchased "on the spot" at current market rates. Spot transactions contrast with term (or contract) sales, which specify a steady supply of product over a period of time.
Price now of something for immediate delivery.
The price in the cash market for delivery using the standard market convention. In the foreign exchange market, spot is delivered for value two days from the transaction date or for the next day in the case of the Canadian dollar exchanged against the US dollar.
Generally describes a transaction which will come to settlement in two days.
purchase of foreign currency for delivery within the next two days.
Standard settlement, two business days forward.
The simplest form of transaction for settlement typically in two business daysâ€™ time.
A spot transaction is one that effectively occurs immediately even though the funds won't be exchanged for another couple of days.
Foreign currency bought and sold for delivery two business days after the deal is negotiated.
Spot means the contract is based on an instantaneous price and the settlement date is two business days forward.
(1) A distinct and noticeable cluster of foreign colored hairs forming a definite spot.(2) A foreign color in the iris or on the surface of the cornea of the eye.
A transaction that occurs immediately, but the funds will usually change hands within two days after deal is struck.
Refers to the characteristic of being available for immediate (or nearly immediate) delivery. Also refers to the cash market price of a specific commodity.
Short for spot price; - A small area of corrosion or foreign substance
The actual price of a financial instrument for immediate settlement or delivery.
Market of immediate delivery of a product and immediate payment. Also refers to the nearest delivery month of a futures contract.
(1) The most common foreign exchange transaction. (2) Spot or Spot date refers to the spot transaction value date that requires settlement within two business days, subject to value date calculation.
A one-time open market cash transaction where a commodity is purchased "on the spot" at current market rates.
A small area of corrosion or foreign substance. Also, short for spot price.
Market for the immediate delivery of the product and immediate payment. May also refer to the nearest delivery month of a futures contract.
Usually refers to a cash market price for a physical commodity that is available for immediate delivery.
Is meant to be a transaction which will come to settlement within two days.
The most common foreign exchange transaction. A transaction that occurs immediately with the transfer of funds to settle the contract usually taking place within two business days after the deal has been agreed. It is used when clients need to buy and sell currency and transfer it within the shortest period possible.
The market in which commodities are available for immediate delivery. It also refers to the cash market price of a specific commodity.
Spot or Spot date refers to the spot transaction value date that is two business days from the deals Trade Date. In instances where there is holiday, weekend or other day when the banks in the countries represented by the currencies in the currency pair are closed, the spot date will be adjusted forward to the next value date where the banks are open. In the case of US Dollar versus the Canadian dollar, the spot date is 1 business day forward from the Trade Date.
(1) The most common foreign exchange transaction. (2) Spot refers to the buying and selling of the currency where the settlement date is two business days forward.
Spot is a transaction that will become due in two days. The spot market is where you buy and sell currencies for settlement two days ahead.
Spot means that the settlement date of a deal is two business days forward
(Coffee Market) On the spot refers to a physical commodity available for immediate delivery.
used in commodities trading to denote something which can be delivered readily. The spot price is the price required for immediate settlement.
(1) Market of immediate delivery of the product and immediate payment. (2) The cash market price of a specific futures. (3) Also refers to a maturing delivery month of a futures contract.
A foreign exchange trading term describing the process of conducting a transaction for immediate delivery of the funds as opposed to a future date. In trading, the delivery of a spot transaction is generally two business days in the future.
(1) Market for immediate delivery and payment of the product. (2) Nearest delivery month of a futures contract.
A method of buying or selling foreign currency in which the value date follows within two working days of the trade date. Products commonly "sold at spot" include foreign currency drafts and wires.
Spot price or spot rate is the current prevailing price/rate. This would apply to deals for standard settlement, ie not a forward.
The market or price for immediate as opposed to future delivery of assets; used in foreign exchange and money markets to signify delivery in two business days' time for deals agreed today.
Price of an asset for immediate delivery.
Market of immediate delivery of the product and immediate payment. Also may be used to refer to the nearest delivery month in futures.
Market of immediate delivery of and payment for the product.
Refers to the characteristic of being available for immediate (or nearly immediate) delivery. An outgrowth of the phrase "on the spot" it usually refers to a cash market price for stocks of the physical commodity that are available for immediate delivery. "Spot" is also sometimes used in reference to the futures contract of the current month, in which case trading is still "futures" trading but delivery is possible at any time.
Used in a variety of areas to mean good for 'immediate' delivery, though the definition of immediate varies between markets. Spot in the foreign exchange market means dealing for settlement two days hence. In the gilt market, it means settlement the next day.
The actual or physical commodity, also called "cash" commodity.
The most usual foreign exchange transaction.