A futures contract is a legal agreement between a buyer and a seller to either buy or sell an asset at a predetermined future date and price. The duration of the contract may vary depending on the underlying asset. For example, commodity futures are traded within 3 months while interest rate futures are traded within 30 days only. The prices of stock futures and currency futures may differ from prices of their underlying assets and can be either higher or lower. These prices reflect the market sentiment and a general attitude of traders and investors toward a specific stock or currency. In the table below, you may sort the futures by price, change % and other parameters using various timeframes within the expiration period.