commodity futures


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commodity futures

pl (St Ex) → Warentermingeschäft nt
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Over the last decade, commodity futures have become a popular asset class for portfolio investors, just like stocks and bonds.
USCI seeks to track the returns from a portfolio of diversified commodity futures contracts.
On the contrary, it is relatively easy to purchase and sell commodity futures and therefore include them in the portfolio.
The Risk Weighted Enhanced Commodity Ex Grains Index, which the ETF tracks, is based on a diversified basket of 20 commodity futures contracts from the sectors precious and base metals, primary commodities, and agricultural goods excluding grains.
Dot), Japan's largest online commodity futures broker, is pleased to announce that Dot will be one of the gold sponsors and exhibitors at the upcoming "The 8th China (Beijing) Futures and Derivatives Forum" which will be held on May 25th in Beijing.
PA) announced today that BNP Paribas Commodity Futures Limited, through its LCH.
com)-- In line with the London Multi Commodities Exchange's traditional service of providing low-cost commodity futures trades, US traders can now trade futures and futures options through its simplified and reduced-fee commission structure.
Dot), Japan's largest online commodity futures broker, is pleased to announce the joint hosting of a precious metals trading conference in Shanghai on August 25th, 2012 in cooperation with Xinhu Futures, one of the leading commodity futures brokers in China.
Institutional investors' use of commodity futures to hedge against stock market risk is a relatively recent phenomenon.
The Tokyo Commodity Exchange is planning to take over the farm market operations of the Tokyo Grain Exchange as proposed by the Japan Commodity Futures Industry Association, the presidents of the two exchanges said at separate press conferences Tuesday.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said that it obtained a $1.
But consumers still do not know that as Congress passed legislation with repeal of Glass/Stegal 1999 and the Commodity Futures Act of December 17, 2000, main-street Americans also got hit over the head for $4 a gallon gasoline, thanks to letting pension funds and investment banks secretly speculate in oil futures as well.

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