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A Project on Commodity Trading

A Project on Commodity Trading

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its a good compilation of commodity trading trend in india
its a good compilation of commodity trading trend in india

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Analysis of commodity indices in the global shipping trade
COMMODITY MARKET
Commodity markets are markets where raw or primary products are exchanged. Itcovers physical product (food, metals, and electricity) markets but not the waysthat services, including those of governments, nor investment nor debt, can be seenas a commodity.
H
ISTORY OF COMMODITY MARKET
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M
odern Commodity
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arket have their roots in the trading of agricultural products.
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W
heat and corn, cattle and pigs, were widely tradedusing standardinstruments in the 19th century in theUnited States.
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istorically, in ancient times Sumerian use of sheepor goats, or other  peoples using pigs, rare seashells, orother items as commodity money, havetradedcontracts in the delivery of such items, to render tradeitself moresmooth and predictable.
SIZE OF T
H
E MARKET
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T
he trading of commodities includes physical tradingof food items, Energyand
M
etals, etc. and trading ofderivatives.
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In the five years up to 2007, the values of global physical exports of commodities increased by 17% while the notional value outstanding of commodity. O
T
C derivatives increased more than 500% andcommodityderivative trading on exchanges morethan 200%.
 
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Analysis of commodity indices in the global shipping trade
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Agricultural contracts trading grew by 32% in 2007, energy 29% andindustrial metals by 30%.
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P
recious metals trading grew by 3%, with higher volume in New York being partially offset by declining volume in
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okyo.
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O
T
C trading accounts for the majority of trading in gold and silver.
L
IST OF TRADED COMMODITY
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Agricultural (Grains, and Food and Fiber)
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L
ivestock &
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eat
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Energy
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P
recious metals
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Industrial metals
Agricultural Products
 
Corn, Oats, Rough Rice, Soybeans, Rapeseed, Soybean
M
eal, Soybean Oil,
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heat, Cocoa, Coffee
, Cotton No.2, Sugar No.11, Sugar No.14.
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ivestock and meat
 
L
ean
H
ogs, Frozen
P
ork Bellies,
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ive Cattle, Feeder Cattle.
Energy
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I Crude Oil, Brent Crude, Ethanol, Natural Gas,
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eating Oil, Gulf CoastGasoline, RBOB Gasoline,
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ropane, Uranium.
 
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Analysis of commodity indices in the global shipping trade
Precious Metal
 
Gold,
P
latinum,
P
alladium, Silver.
Industrial Metals
 
Copper,
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ead, Zinc,
T
in, Aluminum, aluminum alloy, Nickel, aluminumalloy, Recycled steel.
COMMODITY EXC
H
ANGES
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Abuja Securities and Commodities Exchange
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Bhatinda Om & Oil Exchange Bathinda
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Brazilian
M
ercantile and Futures Exchange
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Chicago Board of 
T
rade
y
 
Chicago
M
ercantile Exchange
y
 
Commodity Exchange Bratislava, JSC
y
 
D
alian Commodity Exchange
y
 
D
ubai
M
ercantile Exchange
y
 
Intercontinental Exchange
 
y
 
M
inneapolis Grain Exchange
 
y
 
M
ulti Commodity Exchange
y
 
National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange
y
 
National Multi-Commodity Exchange of India Ltd
y
 
 New York 
M
ercantile Exchange
y
 
 New York Board of 
T
rade
y
 
L
ondon
M
etal Exchange
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W
innipeg Commodity Exchange

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