In Sight

What is ‘In Sight’

A term describing deliverable grades of commodities underlying futures contracts that are held in approved delivery facilities near terminals, centralized locations or production areas.

Explaining ‘In Sight’

When a commodity is considered ‘in sight’, contract holders can assume that delivery of the actuals will be prompt, and that the quantity and quality will be precise rather than estimated.

Further Reading

  • Characterising the financial cycle: don't lose sight of the medium term! – [PDF]
  • Researches on Value Decesion on Listed Companies in Sight of the Financial Appraisal System [J] – [PDF]
  • Conversions: Sound and sight, military and civilian – [PDF]
  • International finance and economic development – [PDF]
  • Out of sight, out of mind: Financial illiteracy, inattention, and sluggish mortgage refinancing – [PDF]
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