The situation in a futures market in which costs for future delivery are greater than prices for immediate (or nearer) distribution.
The amount where costs for future delivery tend to be more than charges for almost distribution.
Fee paid by a buyer to the seller on settlement day when the buyer wishes to defer settlement until the next settlement day.
The premium or interest paid by the buyer to your vendor, to-be allowed to defer spending money on the stock purchased before the after that fortnightly settlement time.
The postponement of payment by the customer of stock from the payment of reduced to your seller. See Backwardation.
regarding London stock-exchange, the cost made by a broker to carry over a bargain to the next fortnightly settling-day; the consideration compensated by the buyer of stock the privilege of deferring settlement before next settling-day.