basis

  1. a relation that provides the foundation for something
  2. the fundamental assumptions underlying an explanation

Basis

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Basis

Regarding a futures contract, the difference between the cash price and the futures price observed in the market. Also, it is the price an investor pays for a security plus any out-of-pocket expenses. It is used to determine capital gains or losses for tax purposes when the stock is sold.
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Basis

Is the relationship between an actual or cash market with a futures instrument. The relationship is typically the simple difference between the cash market and the futures.
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Basis

The difference between the cash price and futures price.
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basis

[n] - the fundamental assumptions underlying an explanation
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Basis

The difference between the price of a futures contract and the spot or cash price. The item being... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/basis.htm?id=129&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of basis'>more</a>
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Basis

Ba'sis (bā'sĭs) noun ; plural Bases (-sēz). [ Latin basis , Greek ba`sis . See Base , noun ] 1. The foundation of anything; that on which a thing rests. Dryden. 2. The pedestal of a column, p...
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basis

Synonym: base. ... Origin: L. And G. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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basis

base noun the fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated or explained; `the whole argument rested on a basis of conjecture`
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basis

noun the most important or necessary part of something; `the basis of this drink is orange juice`
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Basis

The price an investor pays for a security plus any out-of-pocket expenses. It is used to determine capital gains or losses for tax purposes when the stock is sold. Also, for a futures contract, the difference between the cash price and the futures price observed in the market.
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basis

(ba´sis) pl. ba´ses the lower, basic, or fundamental part of an object, organ, or substance. Anatomic nomenclature for the base of a structure or organ, or the part opposite to or distinguished from the apex. basis pedunculi cerebri the large bundle of nerve fiber tracts forming the ...
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Basis

• (n.) The ground work the first or fundamental principle; that which supports. • (n.) The principal component part of a thing. • (n.) The pedestal of a column, pillar, or statue. • (n.) The foundation of anything; that on which a thing rests.
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basis

(from the article `futures`) ...prices move together and are well correlated. The price spread between the cash and futures, however, is not invariant. The hedgers, therefore, ...
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basis

(from the article `mathematics`) ...linear problems there can be found a finite family of solutions with the property that any solution is a sum of them (suitably multiplied by ...
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basis

a step in a march or dance; the lifting and lowering of the foot, or arsis plus thesis. The term may also refer to the two syllables or the first ...
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basis

basis (BAY seez) Base, underpinning, ground, foundation, cornerstone, fundamental, essential, principle: 'Charity toward others is the basis of her philosophy and way of life.' Confusing Words: Units, Groups A to Z.
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Basis

A tax term, which refers to the original or acquisition value of a property, used to determine the amount of tax that will be assessed. The basis is deducted from the sales price of the property when it is sold to determine the profit or loss.
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Basis

(n) Basis is used to denote the costing of a property while arriving at the profit earned to calculate the capital gain tax when that property is sold. There are two basis used to derive the cost of property sold. One is adjusted basis which is calculated as cost of acquisition plus cost of improvements. Stepped up basis is used on the property inh...
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basis

Type: Term Pronunciation: bā′sis Synonyms: base1
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Basis

The difference between the price on the physical market and the futures price.
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Basis

The difference between the underlying product price and the futures price.
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Basis

Is the relationship between an actual or cash market with a futures instrument. The relationship is typically the simple difference between the cash market and the futures.
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Basis

(i) Jargon term for the difference between a futures price and the price of the underlying asset. Also used for the difference between any pair of financial indicators. (ii) Mostly in zinc concentrates contracts, a metal price to which the Treatment Charge is understood to be linked. If LME prices move too far from the basis, a scale of variation i...
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