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Interdelivery spread

Futures or options trading techniques that entail buying one month of a contract and selling another month of the same contract. For example, buying a June electricity contract and simultaneously selling a September electricity contract. A market participant can profit (or lose out) as the price difference between the contracts widens or narrows.

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