E F P Financial Glossary

What is it? EFP is an acronym for Exchange for Physicals. The EFP price is the margin spread at which the owner of a futures position can exchange futures contracts for physical securities. eg. an investor could exchange 3Yr bond futures for 4Yr bonds at 20 bps.

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