spot market

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spot market

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(Economics) commerce a market in which commodities, currencies, or securities are traded for immediate delivery. Compare forward market
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Noun1.spot market - a market in which a commodity is bought or sold for immediate delivery or delivery in the very near future
commodities exchange, commodities market, commodity exchange - an exchange for buying and selling commodities for future delivery
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Dr Reto Francioni, CEO of Deutsche Boerse Group, said: "Rainer Riess has been a driving force behind the development of Deutsche Boerse Group's cash market businesses.
He originally joined Euronext in 2002 as Director Cash Market Netherlands before being promoted to Executive Director Sales and Marketing, Cash Market.
Deutsche Boerse Group s cash market businesses, comprising XetraA, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the certificates and warrant businesses, will regain divisional status, given its high political as well as macroeconomic importance.
Singapore trader Hin Leong has sold 50,000 barrels of gasoline in the Singapore cash market, traders said, expressing surprise because the firm does not normally trade gasoline.
Tony Heath, owner of Quality Cash Market in Concord, is a great example.
If we borrow shares in the cash market and sell them, and simultaneously buy the futures contract, it will entail a profit of Rs 2,000 [100 x (200-180)].
With this move VSE seeks to boost its liquidity in the derivatives market, it said, adding that its cash market participants, who already use Eurex, will now have the opportunity to trade on this market without any large technical investment.
When the futures are trading at a discount to the cash market, one can short sell by borrowing through SLBS while buying the futures contract.
The cash market integration is scheduled for completion by July 2013, and that of the derivatives markets by March 2014.
00 in the cash market as compared with offers at $127.
Although, this is a strong cash market, the business accepts credit cards as well as food Stamps as payment options.
These estimates, and the fact that carryover stocks have been relatively high, have resulted in wheat futures prices for March, June, and September contracts that are either very similar to those available in the current cash market (in the case of hard red spring wheat) or that show a modest strengthening of prices up to 20-25 cents a bushel (in the case of hard red winter wheat).