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  1. How can I hedge against rising diesel prices?

    In early 2007, the New York Mercantile Exchange announced that traders would be able to buy or sell futures contracts on ...
  2. Who sets the price of commodities?

    Commodities are extremely important as they are essential factors in the production of other goods. A wide of array of commodities ...
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