I've been learning about Futures Contracts on Khan Academy (The finance related forum on there is quite old and no one has replied to my questions in the past) and the instructor has used the term "market delivery price" in the first few videos and "settlement price" later on.
I assume they are the same thing, right? From my understanding, both terms mean "both the buyer and seller are agreeing on a price on a future date for the commodity".
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