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Heating Degree Day (HDD) Definition
A heating degree day (HDD) is the degrees that a day's average temperature is below 65 Fahrenheit (18 Celsius), used to quantify the demand for energy.
Market Futures: Introduction to Weather Derivatives
Learn about weather derivatives, a financial instrument that makes temperature a tradable commodity.
How Do You Trade the Weather?
You can trade on anything these days, including the weather. Discover what you'll need to know to trade the weather successfully here.
Weather Future Definition
Weather future is a derivative contract where the payoffs are based on the aggregate difference in the measured weather variable over a fixed period.
Avoid These 2 Tech Hardware Stocks: Evercore
One team of bears warns on "complacency around NAND pricing" and the "increasing HDD cannibalization risk" posing as threats to storage stocks.
A weather derivative is a financial instrument that hedges against the risk of weather-related losses.
Cooling Degree Day (CDD) Definition
A cooling degree day (CDD) refers to the degrees that a day's average temperature is above 65 degrees Fahrenheit, used to quantify the demand for energy.
Goldman Downgrades Seagate; Shares Slide 6%
Seagate Technology is likely to face some challenges next year, Goldman Sachs predicts.