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Delivery price

Definition 1 The price at which deliveries on Futures are invoiced; determined by the Clearinghouse. Definition 2 The price at which the futures Contract is settled when Delivery is made.

Related Terms: 13 Clear, Clearing, Clearinghouse, Contract, Delivery, Futures, Futures contract, FIN, House, Invoice, Ring, Settle, Term
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