minimum price contract
A forward agreement that contains a provision which guarantees a lowest price when the underlying commodity is delivered. A minimum price contract might be used by producers to hedge the value of an agricultural commodity at a certain basic level, while still retaining upside potential in case the commodity appreciates.
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