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Delivery Option
Delivery Option - A feature added to future contracts predetermining the short position of timing, quantity, location and quality of any commodity reflected in the delivery notice.

Delivery versus payment or DVP is a common form of settlement for securities.

The tender and receipt of the underlying commodity or the payment or receipt of cash in the settlement of an open futures contract.
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Delivery Date
The date of maturity of the contract, when the final settlement of transaction is made by exchanging the currencies.
This date is more commonly known as the value date.

Delivery notice
The written notice given by the seller of his intention to make delivery against an open short futures position on a particular date.

The settlement of a transaction by receipt or tender of a financial instrument or currency.
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Cash delivery
Cash delivery in the Forex market is the same day settlement of a trade.Once a trade has been closed, the settlement on the trade will execute right away.

Cash delivery
The provision of some futures contracts that requires not Delivery of Underlying assets but Settlement according to the Cash value of the asset. ...

The delivery of the securities and the payment for the securities is done within the same day as the date of the contract or the next business day.
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Physical Delivery
What is the definition of Physical Delivery?
When a seller gives the actual underlying asset to a buyer, a physical delivery is said to have occurred.

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For some futures contracts, such as stock index futures, there is no physical delivery. Rather, positions are closed out through cash settlement.

Prior to delivery day, they inform customers who have open long positions that they must either close out the position or prepare to take delivery and pay the full value of the underlying contract.

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The process of satisfying an equity call assignment or an equity put exercise. In either case, stock is delivered. For futures, the process of transferring the physical commodity from the seller of the futures contract to the buyer.

Delivery: The tender and receipt of the actual commodity, the cash value of the commodity, or of a delivery instrument covering the commodity (e.g., warehouse receipts or shipping certificates), used to settle a futures contract.

Delivery -- Delivery generally refers to the change of ownership or control of a commodity under specific terms and procedures established by the Exchange upon which the contract is traded.

Receipt of actual commodity or financial instrument or in the case of currency, the profit or losses credited or debited from a trading account, in settlement of a currency/financial contract.
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Delivery Balance Order (DBO)
An order issued by the clearing corporation to any firm that has delivery or sale position remaining after the day's trades are netted.
A centralized location for keeping securities on deposit.

Delivery Based Trading : When a share is bought or sold for the purpose of receiving or effecting deliveries.
Dematerialisation : Process of converting a security from physical form to electronic form ...

Delivery Versus Payment - DVP
A securities industry procedure in which the buyer's payment for securities is due at the time of delivery. Security delivery and payment are simultaneous.
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The tender and receipt of an actual commodity or financial instrument, or cash in settlement of a futures contract.
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Delivery - An FX trade where both sides make and take actual delivery of the currencies traded.
Depreciation - A fall in the value of a currency due to market forces.

Delivery Risk - A term to describe when a counterparty will not be able to complete his side of the deal, although willing to do so.
Depreciation - A fall in the value of a currency due to market forces rather than due to official action.

Delivery Commitment, Buyer's - The written notice given by the buyer of his intention to take delivery against a long futures position on delivery day.

Delivery - The handing over of the assets outlined in the terms of a futures contract.
Delivery Date - The date the deliverable stocks are to be handed over in accordance with the terms of a futures contract.

Delivery Versus Payment
The acronym for DVP (delivery versus payment), or transactions in which there is simultaneous transfer of cash and securities following the trade.

Delivery Day - The third day in the delivery process at the Chicago Board of Trade, when the buyer's clearing firm presents the delivery notice with a certified check for the amount due at the office of the seller's clearing firm.

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The date on which forward or futures contract for sale falls due.
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Delivery Month
The calendar month in which a futures contract may be satisfied by making or taking delivery.

Delivery - Satisfaction of the obligation under an option contract, consisting of the purchase of shares under terms of a call or the sale of shares under terms of a put.

Delivery versus payment: A type of settlement, commonly used by bank trust departments, in which the security is paid for when the broker/dealer has it deliverable in the purchaser's name. Also referred to as DVP or COD.

Bad delivery
Antithesis of good delivery.
Bad title
Title to property that does not distinctly confer ownership, usually in the context of real estate.

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