Cash market

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A cash market is the market for a cash commodity rather than the market for its futures contract. Cash markets can be self-regulated centralized markets, such as commodity exchanges or over-the-counter markets where private transactions may occur. They can also be locations where one can purchase the actual physical commodity.[1]

References

  1. Cash Market. Investopedia.


Last modified on 6 May 2014, at 15:20