Spot Prices

The Hindu Business Line  Jan 25  Comment 
Demand from the northern region surges
OilVoice  Nov 19  Comment 
Prices of spot liquefied natural gas LNG for December delivery to northeast Asia averaged 7.280 per million British thermal units MMBtu for December according to the latest Platts JapanKorea M
Reuters  Oct 9  Comment 
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) spot prices for buyers in Japan, the world's top consumer, averaged $7.40 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) in September, the lowest seen in data available since March last year, trade ministry figures showed on...
Reuters  Jul 9  Comment 
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) spot prices for buyers in Japan, the world's top consumer, averaged $7.60 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) in June, the same as in April, trade ministry data showed on Thursday. Japan's Ministry of Economy,...
WA Business News  Apr 28  Comment 
Shares in local gold miners have dominated on the ASX today after the spot price for the precious metal jumped by over 2 per cent overnight to $US1,203.30 an ounce
Commodity Online  Mar 3  Comment 
However, as new Australian LNG supply ramps up towards the end of the year, prices will come under further downward pressure, converging back to European spot prices.
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 18  Comment 
Sugar prices on the domestic futures market extended loss by ₹27 for August and ₹12 for September contracts on Monday, while ruling steady on spot markets. The Vashi wholesale market was cl...
OilVoice  Aug 11  Comment 
Source U.S. Energy Information Administration with data from Bloomberg and SNL Energy Note Lines represent bestfit fourthorder polynomial equations based on a scatter plot of temperatures observ


Spot prices refer to the current market price of some product, usually a commodity, currency or rate, for the immediate delivery of said product. Spot prices differ from futures prices, in that a futures contract specifies an amount of money to be paid for a deliverable commodity at a later date, whereas spot prices can be thought of as the amount of money a buyer would pay a producer for the former to throw the commodity into the back of the latter's truck right now.

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