contango


contango
Derecho. Término utilizado para definir la diferencia entre el precio de un contrato de futuros y el precio de contado. Lo normal es que el contango sea positivo, pues el precio de futuros excede al de contado. El contango disminuye según se aproxima el vencimiento del contrato de futuros.

Diccionario de Economía Alkona. 1995.

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  • Contango — beschreibt eine Preissituation bei Warentermingeschäften, bei der der aktuelle Marktpreis für Rohstoffe niedriger ist als der Terminpreis (Liefertermin in der Zukunft). Lagerkosten – die Gesamtkosten der Lagerung eines Rohstoffs, von… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Contango — Con*tan go (k[o^]n*t[a^][ng] g[ o]), n.; pl. {Contangoes}. [Prob. a corruption of contingent.] 1. (Stock Exchange) The premium or interest paid by the buyer to the seller, to be allowed to defer paying for the stock purchased until the next… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Contango — Contango, in London soviel wie Report (s.d.) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • contango — 1853, a stockbroker s invention, perhaps somehow derived from CONTINUE (Cf. continue), or from Sp. contengo I contain, refrain, restrain, check. As a verb, from 1900 …   Etymology dictionary

  • Contango — The graph depicts how the price of a single forward contract will behave through time in relation to the expected future price at any point time. A contract in contango will decrease in value until it equals the spot price of the underlying at… …   Wikipedia

  • Contango — A market condition in which futures prices are higher in the distant delivery months. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * contango con‧tan‧go [kənˈtæŋgəʊ ǁ goʊ] noun [uncountable] FINANCE a situation in which the price for Commodities (=… …   Financial and business terms

  • contango — A market condition in which futures prices are higher in the distant delivery months. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary A term used in the futures markets to describe the situation when the spot or nearby prices (cash prices) are lower than longer… …   Financial and business terms

  • contango — noun a) 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 mdash; Futures Industry Magazine [ …   Wiktionary

  • contango — Derecho. Término utilizado para definir la diferencia entre el precio de un contrato de futuros y el precio de contado. Lo normal es que el contango sea positivo, pues el precio de futuros excede al de contado. El contango disminuye según se… …   Diccionario de Economía

  • contango — /kontseggow/ A double bargain, consisting of a sale for cash of stock previously bought which the broker does not wish to carry, and a repurchase for the re settlement several weeks ahead of the same stock at the same price as at the sale plus… …   Black's law dictionary


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