buyer's call

Definition of "buyer's call"
  1. An agreement to buy a certain quantity and grade of a commodity at a fluctuating price within a given time frame, where the buyer chooses when to finalize the price
How to use "buyer's call" in a sentence
  1. The agreement for the corn was made on a buyer's call basis, allowing the buyer to choose when to fix the price.
  2. The commodities trader opted for a buyer's call to take advantage of any potential drop in prices.
  3. The buyer's call provision in the contract gave them flexibility in managing market fluctuations.

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