cash price

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Noun1.cash price - the current delivery price of a commodity traded in the spot market
price, terms, damage - the amount of money needed to purchase something; "the price of gasoline"; "he got his new car on excellent terms"; "how much is the damage?"
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cash price

nprezzo per contanti
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Meanwhile, fluctuating electricity output at wind stations led to fluctuating dynamics in spot prices," Latvenergo said in the statement.
These prices were higher compared to the spot prices which had been below 8% of Brent.
In recent weeks, DRAM spot prices have continued to fall, as have NAND TLC spot prices, Wong tells investors in a research note.
Vertical Integration Provides Upside: Through its subsidiary, Aguaytia Energy del Peru S.R.L., Orazul provides natural gas (NG) to its thermal generation asset, Termoselva S.R.L., affording it greater operational flexibility to strategically position itself in the dispatch curve to capture greater margins when spot prices are low.
The slump in spot prices has turned the entire forward curve for crude oil upside down.
Price movements in the futures are also causing spot prices for shipping to move erratically.
Mineralogy countered, saying the agreement with Citic made no mention of the benchmark system and a royalty sum could still be calculated from the different spot prices over the years.
The request comes on the back of reports that NSW power generators have been bidding and selling their electricity in a manner that is adding around $30 to $35 per megawatt hour to spot prices.
A comparison approach has involved the testing of the relative forecasting performance of lumber futures prices vis-a-vis alternate mediums of lumber price forecasts or the establishment of lead-lag relationships in price discovery between lumber futures and spot prices. Buongiorno et al.
The company said the lower revenues in 2016 was due to the lower electricity spot prices and radiation levels during the nine months ended 30 September 2016 versus the nine month period ended 30 September 2015, which was characterized by relatively high levels of radiation.
According to Meralco, spot prices had softened as peak demand in the Luzon grid was down by around 300 megawatts in September.
The goal of this paper is to carry out an empirical analysis to investigate the well-known merit-order effect by using a data sample of daily electricity spot prices in Germany for the 2009-2013 period.