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A contract between two parties to make a transaction at a specified future time.

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Now to answer your question, $r$ is time-dependent and should correspond to the repo rate corresponding to the maturity of your forward. … Finally, the price of an equity forward is an ambiguous terminology. What Hull refers to is the forward price. …
answered Sep 11 '19 by jherek
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The flexible forward contract is very much like an American option: at each exercise date, you have the choice to receive the payoff $(S-K)$ or not. …
answered Jan 23 '21 by jherek