price basing

Definition

The practice of determining a price for a commodity based on expected pricing that has been established within futures contracts. Widely used to determine the pricing for consumable goods, price basing is used by manufacturers, businesses and consumers alike. For example, dairy farmers may use the price associated with futures contracts to set the price of milk.
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price-based option price by volume chart (PBV)