Commodities

Commodities refer to real goods: Orange juice, corn, soybeans, rolled steel, gold. Commodities are especially sensitive to the economic outlook, as they are the raw goods that go into manufacturing.

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The 5 Countries That Produce the Most Sugar
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Commodity vs. Product: What's the Difference?
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Demand for Frac Sand and Concrete Drives Scarcity
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Inside the Federal Land Bank (FLB)
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The 3 Best Commodities in Which to Invest
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Exchange of Futures for Physical (EFP) Definition
What Raw Materials do Auto Manufacturers Use?
Commodity Research Bureau Index (CRB)
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Has Gold Been a Good Investment Over the Long Term?
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Timber Investment Management Organization (TIMO)
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Gross Processing Margin (GPM)
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Cartel
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How Commodity Pricing May Correlate to Inflation
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Purchase And Sale Statement (P&S) Definition
Hot briquetted iron (HBI) and iron ore pellets stand on display.
How the Iron Ore Market Works
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Natural Resource Investing
United States Natural Gas Fund (UNG)
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Proven Reserves Definition
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Finding And Development (F&D) Definition
Fungible goods examples: Dollars bills and No. 2 corn.
Fungibles Goods Definition
What Does Mineral Rights Mean?
What Is an Investment Farm?
Commodity Paper
What Is a Posted Price?
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How Risky Are Futures?
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Understanding Commodity Price Risk
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What Commodities Are the Main Inputs for the Electronics Sector?
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Hotelling's Theory
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What Is a Commodity ETF?
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Common Resource
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How Hoarding Works
Irrigation System
Water Investments: How to Invest in Water
Top Agricultural Producing Countries
Crop Year Definition
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Genetically Modified Food (GMF)
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What Is the S&P GSCI?
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Farmout
Commoditization Definition
Farm Credit System (FCS)
What Does Federal Farm Credit System (FFCS) Mean?
What Does Hardening Mean in Investing?
What Does Bank for Cooperatives Mean?
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What Does the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Do?
Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM)
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What Was e-CBOT?
What Does Farm Price Index (FPI) Mean?
Wholesale Energy
Dow Jones Commodity Index (DJCI)
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Exempt Commodity
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Gemology Definition
What Does Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) Mean?
What Does Eligible Commercial Entity Mean?
What Does Backpricing Mean?
Proved Reserves Definition
What Does Agroforestry Mean?
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What Is Fool's Gold?
The 4 Countries That Produce the Most Chocolate
How to Invest in Farming Without Owning a Farm
Who Produces the World's Food
Commodities That Move the Markets

Commodities