- The price quotation calculated for futures or options for a period during which no actual trading occurred. These quotations are usually calculated by averaging the bid and asked prices. The CENTER ONLINE Futures Glossary————Used in the context of general equities. bid and offer prices given by a market maker for the purpose of valuation, not as an invitation to trade; must be specifically identified as such by prefixing the quotes FYI ( for your information) or FVO (for valuation only). Bloomberg Financial Dictionary————( i) Securities. An approximation of a security's market value, given for the purpose of valuation.(ii) Futures. An estimated price for a future month or date for which there is no bid, ask or trade price. Exchange Handbook Glossary
* * *nominal quotation UK US noun [C] (also nominal price)► FINANCE, STOCK MARKET a price that is estimated for shares, bonds, etc. that are not yet available: »
Trading rules state that nominal quotations must be identified as such.
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