Rollover fee, usually borne by the seller in securities trading. – In commodity futures trading, the usual market quotation in which the spot price is lower than the forward price (regular market situation in which prices in subsequent delivery months are progressively higher than in the nearest delivery month). – The difference between the spot price and the forward price of a commodity. This difference is essentially considered to reflect financing costs; however, corresponding expectations also play a role. – See backwardation, call, market, inverse, option, put, commodity futures contract, futures speculator, commodity futures contract.
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