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commodities

noun articles, articles of commerce, arricles of merchandise, articles of trade, assets, chattels, goods, holdings, items, merchandise, movables, possessions, produce, produced materials, products, properties, raw materials, res, specialties, staples, stock, stock in trade, vendibles, wares
Associated concepts: agricultural commodity, commodity rate, horticultural commodity, public utility commodity, stocks and bonds
See also: cargo, goods, merchandise
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These guidelines affect dealers in commodities as well as traders in securities or commodities.
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