EDSP definition

EDSP stands for exchange delivery settlement price. It refers to the price at which derivative contracts on exchanges are settled.

The methods of calculating EDSP vary from exchange to exchange, but it usually involves averaging the prices of trades made over a certain period of time. The EDSP of the FTSE 100 is attained by the means of an intraday auction on the last trading day of the month.

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