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CRB

abbreviation for
(in Britain) Criminal Records Bureau
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In the last year, the Commodity Research Bureau's food index has risen 27 percent; cotton's price has more than doubled to an all-time high; and oil and gasoline prices have posted double-digit gains.
Indeed, the Commodity Research Bureau's Spot Index, which contains 23 commodities, is up by 16.5 per cent since December 2008.
Louis FRED database; and data on gold prices, available from the Commodity Research Bureau. The adjusted [R.sup.2] from the regression is about 0.40.
Commodity Research Bureau (CRB) today announced the availability of a new research report focused on the ethanol market published on behalf of CME Group, the world's largest and most diverse derivatives exchange.
The Commodity Research Bureau's Spot Price Index is an unweighted geometric mean of individual commodity price indexes--ranging from textiles and foodstuffs to metals and industrial materials excluding energy goods--has risen 23.6 percent over the past 12 months.