Futures contract notional value definition
What Does Notional Value Mean?
The total value of a leveraged position's assets. This term is used commonly in the options, futures, and currency markets to describe how a very small amount of invested money can control a large position (and have a large consequence for the trader).
As an example, one S&P 500 Index futures contract obligates the buyer for 250 units of the S&P 500 Index. If the index is trading at $1, 000, the futures contract is the equivalent to investing $250, 000 (250 × $1, 000). Therefore, $250, 000 is the notional value underlying the futures contract.
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