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the person who plays the position of forward in certain games, such as basketball, soccer, or hockey

a position on a basketball, soccer, or hockey team

send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit

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at or near or directed toward the front

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used of temperament or behavior

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of the transmission gear causing forward movement in a motor vehicle

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moving forward

forward in time or order or degree

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toward the future

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in a forward direction

near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane

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The change in fair value resulting from changes in spot rates of a foreign currency forward contract designated as a cash flow hedge with hedge effectiveness based on changes in spot rates is currently recognized in other comprehensive income.
1259, upon entering into a variable prepaid forward contract with respect to such stock.
A forward contract is defined in Bankruptcy Code Section 101(25) as a contract, other than a commodity contract, for the purchase or sale of a commodity or any similar good, article, service, right, or interest with a maturity date of more than two days after the date of entry into the contract.
The examples show that hedge accounting can be beneficial when a forward contract to buy (or sell) carbon credits is caught in the scope of IAS 39 and measured at FVTPL (i.e.
In the early years, when the domestic currencies in developing countries were, in general, under pressure to depreciate, forward contracts were extensively used by importers to minimize currency risk.
This strategy involves active trading in the currency market through continuous cancellations and rebooking of forward contracts. With exchange controls relaxed in India in recent times, a few of the larger companies are adopting this strategy in effect this requires the trading functions to become a profit centre, if it has to be adopted, should be done in full consciousness of the risks.
But the Service distinguished a case in which in addition to entering into a forward contract pledging to deliver property that is the same as or substantially identical to an appreciated financial position that he holds, a taxpayer loaned and delivered the shares to the other party at the time of the contract.
An alternative is to use a currency option that will offer you the potential for upside benefit if rates move in your favour (like a spot deal), but will provide protection against adverse rate movements (like a forward contract).
O'Brien: By purchasing a 'Forward Contract' individuals and companies are able to lock in to a favourable exchange rate and protect themselves against currency fluctuations for up to two years.
A future is simply a forward contract on quantities of hydrocarbons that are so large they are commonly traded in commodity markets.
This is more than double the cost of a year ago - and the first time a forward contract has breached the pounds 1 a therm mark in the summer, when historically supplies are cheaper.
A forward contract is a privately-negotiated agreement between two
At the time, the rand's value against the dollar--which had been in a persistent decline--reversed and appreciated substantially, causing the forward contract's fair value to erode.
Sentiment may be that the spot dollar is going to move in a particular way against the pound, but forward UK/US interest-rate differentials determine the discount or premium to be applied to a particular forward contract. This juxtaposition may give contrary signals, but it was--and still is--one of many factors to be taken into account.
A forward contract is in effect a commitment to exchange currencies at a pre-arranged exchange rate.
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