Platts Commodity Risk Solutions provides risk valuation inputs to support P&L valuations, risk measurement, risk management, and (mark-to-market) fair value financial disclosures. Independently and transparently produced – and delivered in a way that is easy for you to embed into your daily workflow – Platts forward price assessments and other inputs help you decipher the market and make valuations to better align risk tolerance with business strategy.
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A forward price is the price today for an obligation to be performed
on a specified date in the future. This may be for the physical delivery of a commodity to a specified location, or the financial exchange of fixed price and floating price payments with reference to a notional quantity of a commodity.
A forward price curve shows tradable prices for the same obligation for a series of future dates. It is not a forecast. A forward price curve plots the current price points for the same obligation over a range of dates. It is a measure of market prices at the date of the curve for a series of future