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The situation in a futures market where prices for future delivery are higher than prices for immediate (or nearer) delivery

2005: most of these other commodities are generally in contango — Futures Industry Magazine.

Fee paid by a buyer to the seller on settlement day when the buyer wishes to defer settlement until the next settlement day
The amount by which prices for future delivery are higher than prices for near delivery

2003: Normally new buyers would go after the March silver contract, especially with such a small contango. — Bill Murphy, Kitco Bullion Dealers.

A forward curve in which futures prices are rising with time to expiration
A condition in a futures market where the more distant delivery months trade at a premium to the near term delivery months
A market condition in which prices are progressively higher in future months than in the nearest delivery month A contango market usually reflects ample supplies of a commodity Opposite of "Backwardization "
The state of a futures contract in which the price of the future is above the cash price of the underlying asset The price of the future will be falling towards the cash price as the delivery date approaches
A market condition in which futures prices are higher in the distant delivery months
The positive difference, usually expressed as an interest rate, between the forward price of a commodity and the spot price The larger the contango the more attractive forward selling becomes Refer also to Backwardation
{i} fee for delay, fee for postponement
A futures market where the more distant delivery months for a contract trade at a premium to the near term delivery months
A market situation in which prices in succeeding delivery months are progressively higher than in the nearest delivery months; the opposite of Backwardation
Prices in deferred delivery months are progressively higher than the nearby months for storable commodities (carrying charge market)
Market situation in which prices in succeeding delivery months are progressively higher than in the nearest delivery month; the opposite of "backwardation "
Market in which the distant deliveries are progressively higher than the near deliveries
the amount by which prices for future delivery are higher than prices for near deliver
The premium or interest paid by the buyer to the seller, to be allowed to defer paying for the stock purchased until the next fortnightly settlement day
A market situation in which prices in succeeding delivery months are progressively higher than in the nearest delivery months; opposite of Backwardation
A condition in a futures market where the more distant delivery month contracts trade at a premium to the near-term delivery month contracts
Normal pricing situation in commodities trading where the spot price is lower than the forward price Opposite backwardation
The postponement of payment by the buyer of stock on the payment of a premium to the seller
contango

    Расстановка переносов

    con·tang·o

    Антонимы

    backwardation

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    Этимология

    () The term originated in mid-19th century England, and is believed to be a corruption of continuation, continue or contingent. In the past on the London Stock Exchange, contango was a fee paid by a buyer to a seller when the buyer wished to defer settlement of the trade they had agreed. The charge was based on the interest forgone by the seller not being paid.

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