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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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Release date- 23082019 - The Panel has received an application from Mineral Commodities Limited (ASX: MRC) in relation to its affairs.
'A securities exchange or derivatives exchange intending to operate a commodities exchange shall set up a separate legal entity to conduct the business of commodity exchange,' it added.
A country is defined as dependent on commodities when these account for more than 60 per cent of its total merchandise exports in value terms.
UNCTAD defines a country as dependent on commodities when these account for more than 60% of its total merchandise exports in value terms.
Khoday further added, "However, commodity markets are mostly driven by demand/supply dynamics and they are not uniformly correlated to other commodities, unlike equities.
Alesna, PRDP-Mindanao deputy director, the new commodities that would be included in its list of products that can be supported included chevon, tuna, sardines, virgin coconut oil, durian and mangosteen, and lanzones.
'The Ghana Commodity Exchange, the platform for buying and selling listed commodities, will, thus, become the first of its kind in West Africa, and one of only three operating on the African continent,' he added.
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Many sources include currencies and financial instruments as commodities. Although there is a futures market for currencies and financial instruments, I'm excluding them from consideration here, as they have different components and considerations too numerous to stuff into one column.
Commodities are back in vogue on the back of expectations of increased inflation.
The recognition of the challenges and opportunities from Africa's commodity wealth has been reflected in different decisions by the African Union (AU), including the Arusha Declaration on African Commodities, as well as other frameworks such as the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP), the Africa Mining Vision (AMV) and the strategy for the Accelerated Industrial Development of Africa (AIDA).
Credit Suisse's Total Commodity Return Strategy is managed by a team with over 30 years of experience, and seeks to outperform the return of a commodities index, such as the Bloomberg Commodity Index Total Return or the S&P GSCI Total Return Index, using both a quantitative and qualitative commodity research process.