As a rule, the value of the basis for such bonds (the difference between the price calculated on the basis of a futures contract and the spot price of OFZ on MICEX) tends towards zero as the futures contract expiration date approaches.
What does CED stand for?
CED stands for Contract Expiration Date
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of CED
We have 218 other meanings of CED in our Acronym Attic
- Contemporary Executive Development
- Continental European Division
- Contingency Exercise Deployment
- Continued Engineering Development (US Air Force)
- Continuing Education
- Continuing Education on Demand
- Continuing Engineering Development
- Continuous Epileptogenic Discharges
- Continuous Error Detection
- Contract Effective Date
- Control Electronics Drawer
- Control Element Drive
- Convocatoria Extraordinaria de Desembre
- Conway Earth Day (Conway, Arkansas)
- Cooperative Education
- Cooperative Extension Division
- Corporate Engineering Department
- Corporation for Economic Development
- Cosmetic Effect of Distance/Darkness
- Council for Entrepreneurial Development (also seen as CEDNC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Contract expiration dates: Enables sales reps to add a contract expiration date to assure that agreements are not available for signature indefinitely.
Santana has just 14 shows remaining under the terms of his 2011 contract expiration date.
One of my monthly tasks is to calculate contract expiration dates.
So City, like any other money-savvy club in the league, will wait until the July 1 contract expiration date has passed because it saves clubs from paying the extra months in wages for players they can't yet use.
``That's why in a show of good faith, they've continued to bargain beyond the contract expiration date for three months and have moved record amounts of cargo in that time.
The livelihood of thousands of Vancouverites is up in the air as the May 2 contract expiration date rapidly approaches.
When the parties were unable to reach a settlement by the contract expiration date, they were obligated under the Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 - the Federal labor law that regulates collective bargaining for postal workers - to arbitrate the unresolved dispute.