An actual physical commodity which is delivered at the completion of a contract,...
The physical (cash) commodity or financial instrument rather than a futures or derivative contract for that commodity or financial instrument.
same as cash commodity
Also called physicals. Refers to the physical commodities available for shipment, storage and manufacture. Physicals which are available for delivery are traded for cash on a spot or forward basis as opposed to futures contracts which are traded on margin.
See Cash Commodity. Aggregation The policy under which all futures positions owned or controlled by one trader or a group of traders are combined to determine reportable positions and speculative limits.
Refers to actual physical commodities, as distinguished from futures.
Trades that result in the delivery of the commodity i.e. not hedging, speculation or arbitrage. This term is used more in the US.
A physical commodity that, when traded, results in the delivery of the actual commodity to the buyer when the contract expires. When actuals are traded, most options and futures contracts are closed out before the contracts expire. Thus, these transactions tend not to end in the actual delivery of the commodity. Examples of actuals are commodities such as oil and gold. See: Futures Contract; Options
Physical cash commodities as opposed to futures contracts.
Physical cash commodities, not futures contracts. In rate making, the actual costs and throughput data in a specified time frame.
In the context of futures trading, actual cash commodities in contrast to futures commodities. In the context of ratemaking, actual costs and throughput data relating to a given time frame.
Is the real or underlying asset for a derivative product or commodity market.
Physical products bought and sold in the spot market.
An actual physical commodity someone is buying or selling, e.g., soybeans, corn, gold, silver, Treasury bonds, etc. Also referred to as actuals.
Commodities on hand, ready for shipment, storage and manufacture.
The physical or cash commodity, as distinguished from a commodity futures contract. Also see Cash and Spot Commodity.
The physical or cash commodity, which is different from a futures contract. See Cash commodity.
Refers to a journal entry that is finalized such as the actual amount of an expenditure that impacts cash.
The physical commodity underlying a futures contract. Cash commodity, physical.
The physical or cash commodity, as distinguished from futures contracts.
The term â€œActualsâ€ refers to real revenues, salaries, expenditures, or transfers that have been posted to a fund.
The physical or cash commodity, as distinguished from a commodity futures contract. See also Cash Commodity or Spot Commodity.
The physical commodity underlying futures contract. Cash commodity, physical. A-D Used in context of general equities. advanced-decline "ratio": measurement of the number of issues trading above their previous closing prices less the number trading below their previous closing prices over a particular period. As a technical measure of market breadth, the steepness of the a-d line graphically shows whether a strong bull or bear market is underway.