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Special Report on

The future of commodity market

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Here, one of the world’s leading macroeconomists argues that the explosion of commodity prices is the result of a very real global financial storm associated with excess liquidity in several non-G7 countries and nourished by the low interest rates set by G7 central banks. The commodity price explosion is a harbinger of future inflation. Oil, metals, and now food prices are heading to the sky with a virulence that is hard to rationalise on the basis of world output growth – not even on the basis of China’s and India’s fast growth, let alone the expected global slowdown. This phenomenon has been accompanied by ...
markets. It covers physical product (food, metals, electricity) markets but not the ways that services, including those of governments, nor investment, nor debt, can be seen as a commodity. Articles on reinsurance markets , stock markets , bond markets and currency markets cover those concerns separately and in more depth. One focus of this article is the relationship between simple commodity money and the more complex instruments offered in the commodity markets. See List of traded commodities for some commodities and their trading units and places.
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Knowing Commodity Trading
Have you ever heard of investors speculating on the future of commodity market and wondered what he speaks? While most of us are aware that investing in equities, commodities can be an interesting way to put your money to earn money for you. But first, you might ask what is a commodity? goods are goods that are each one portion is the same of others. For examplee, oil is good, because a barrel of oil is the same as the next. Wheat is also awell every bushel of wheat is identical for every bushel of corn and other possible acquisitions or indifferent bushel bushel number one or number two. Goud get is another example of an asset. ... market research, surveys and trends
12 Features Of Online Commodity Trading And Futures Trading ...
Online commodity trading and futures trading are by-words today. But this was not the scene always. The original marketers belonged to the 1800s. They were just farmers who wanted to sell what they had grown on their agricultural lands. Crops would be harvested, and produce brought to the market for sale. Not having the educational services available in modern times, they were not able to judge whether the goods that they had brought were sufficient or less in quantity. If the quantity was not sufficient for the buyers, the farmers lost an opportunity to make more money. If there was excess quantity, produce like crop ... market research, surveys and trends

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THE FUTURE OF COMMODITY MARKET

A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF HR 2454 ON US AGRICULTURE ...
Jun 23, 2009 ... However, benefits to agriculture from an offsets market rise over ... billion and will account for 7.7 percent of total operating costs. .... balance supply and demand in all commodity markets simultaneously. .... history may not be a perfect guide to the future, it gives us no indication to believe ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
COMMODITY MARKET REVIEW 1999-2000
The main feature of international agricultural commodity markets in 1999 was a continued, pronounced and widespread decline in prices. The index of nominal export prices for agricultural commodities fell to its lowest level in more than 20 years. Ample supplies, underpinned in some cases by high levels of support were the main cause of this market situation. Demand, though improved from 1998 levels, remained relatively weak, and the effects of general recovery in those countries and areas adversely affected by economic crises in 1998 were felt only in the latter part of the year. The decline in prices was generalised across ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RELATED NEWS
Rubber Climbs for Second Day on Limited Thai Supply, Oil Gain
July 7 (Bloomberg) -- Rubber advanced for a second day as reduced supply from Thailand, the world’s largest exporter, and a rally in oil prices enhanced the appeal of the commodity used to make tires. Futures climbed as much as 1.5 percent to 272.2 yen per kilogram ($3,123 a metric ton) in Tokyo. Rain has disrupted tapping, lowering output, the Rubber Research Institute of Thailand said this week. Crude oil futures in New York gained as much as 0.6 percent, increasing the cost of making rival synthetic rubber. “Concerns over limited supply and crude oil prices standing above $70 a barrel supported the market,” ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
UBS Announces New Energy Exchange Traded Note Linked to 2x Leveraged Alerian ...
NEW YORK, Jul 07, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- UBS Investment Bank announced today that it has expanded its UBS E-TRACS Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs) platform by adding the new UBS E-TRACS 2x Leveraged Long Alerian MLP Infrastructure Index. It began trading today on NYSE Arca under the ticker symbol, MLPL, and provides leveraged exposure to a portfolio of energy infrastructure Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) through a single investment. "We are excited to add yet another ETN to our ever growing stable of UBS E-TRACS products," said Christopher Yeagley, Managing Director and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

The Mechanics of the Commodity Futures Markets
future is sold as a hedge, the future should slowly but .... usually 10 percent or less of the market price of the commodity. Exchange regulations prescribe ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Commitments of Traders - CFTC
The Commitments of Traders (COT) reports provide a breakdown of each Tuesday’s open interest for markets in which 20 or more traders hold positions equal to or above the reporting levels established by the CFTC. Please see the official Release Schedule for a calendar of release dates. Reports are available in both a short and long format. The short report shows open interest separately by reportable and nonreportable positions. For reportable positions, additional data is provided for commercial and non-commercial holdings, spreading, changes from the previous report, percents of open interest by category, and numbers of traders. technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Commodity Futures Terminology - AgEBB
This guide is intended to provide persons with a basic understanding of commodity futures terminology. Though the scope of the terminology involved with trading agricultural commodities goes far beyond the scope of the terms covered here, this information can be used to build a knowledge base from which persons can further develop a futures market vocabulary. Terminology These terms were taken from the Commodity Trading Manual published by the Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago, Illinois, 1994. Arbitrage: The simultaneous purchase and sale of similar commodities in different markets to take advantage of a perceived price discrepancy.
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
WikiAnswers - A commodity futures market exists within the broader ...
The commodity futures market was invented to stabilize the market for consumers of bulk commodities. If you make breakfast cereal and you use a million bushels of wheat a year, it's nice to know you can get the wheat you need and nicer to know what it will cost. Futures eliminate uncertainty. First answer by Jmowreader . Last edit by Susu.90 . Contributor trust : 5 [ recommend contributor ]. Question popularity : 1 [ recommend question ]. Can you answer these commodities questions? What is backwardation in commodity markets ? In short, whether we have Backwardation or Contango ...
What you think about future of Commodity markets in India ...
India needs to centralize and streamline it's data from the exchanges, but at the same time make sure that the hedgers (producers and users) of commodities can get quick access to the data itself: End of Day at a bare minimum. Commodity markets exist for a) Risk Transference; and b) Price discovery. What good is it to have a such markets, yet not get the data into the hands of the people who need it most? So the evolution of India's infrastructure has a lot to do with the success of her commodity exchanges. The exchanges should consider sms/texting the data to the most remote locations in the near-term or at least ...