Gold

Gold

Gold is considered to be the world’s “safe haven” asset, it may also be a good indicator of the world’s economic situation and confidence in the financial markets The price of gold is quoted in...
Silver

Silver

Silver is a precious metal, which is characterized by the best thermal and electrical conductivity of all known metals Price of silver is quoted in U.S. dollars per troy ounce, where one ounce is 31.1...
oil trading

Oil

Oil may be treated as one of the most important commodities when it comes to economical activity, mainly because so many sectors depend on it The price of oil represents the value of one barrel...
wheat

Wheat

The main producers of wheat are eurozone China, USA and Russia The quoted price of the F.WHEAT instrument represents value in U.S. dollars of one bushel of wheat. One bushel of wheat is equal to...
cooper

Copper

Copper is a noble metal, which is part of the important group of alloys such as bronze and brass The price of F.COPPER instrument represents the value of one pound of copper in U.S. dollars,...
platinum

Platinum

Platinum is an extremely rare metal, about 30 times rarer than gold The price of platinum is quoted in U.S. dollars per troy ounce, where ounce is 31.1 grams of metal. Platinum, along with gold and...
Palladium

Palladium

Palladium is a gray-white precious metal that is used in the chemical industry as an effective catalyst in many organic syntheses Palladium price is quoted in U.S. dollars per troy ounce, where one ounce represents...
Natural gas

Natural gas

Natural gas is a flammable natural gas without color, taste and smell Natural gas price is quoted in U.S. dollars per MMBT (million BTU), where the BTU is a British thermal unit and 1 BTU...
coffee

Coffee

The largest producers of coffee are Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia and Colombia Peru Coffee price is quoted in U.S. dollars per pound, where the pound represents 0.45 kg of the commodity. Coffee contains the stimulant caffeine, which...
Soybeans

Soybeans

World's largest producers of soy are the United States, followed by Brazil, Argentina and China The price of soybeans reflects the value of a bushel in terms of U.S. dollars, where one bushel of soy...