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a product or products bought and sold in commerce

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Nuveen Commodities Asset Management LLC serves as its manager.
For the first time in years, commodities are doing something they haven't done in a while: They're outperforming major asset classes like stocks, bonds and real estate.
These and hundreds of other types of commodities are traded daily around the world.
If you are not comfortable investing in commodities, where one can take bets mostly through futures, investing in a 'related' commodity stock can be a good option.
As per the prescribed requirements, investment in commodities by a fund can only be made through future contracts which are traded on an organized exchange such as Pakistan Mercantile Exchange and having commodities as the underlying assets.
The banking company said that the index will allow qualified investors to invest in a portfolio of 24 commodities in a risk-balanced approach.
The markets may be on a sticky wicket impacting the performance of diversified equity mutual funds (MFs), but with inflation still remaining high, funds focused on the commodities sector have come out on the top.
Nevertheless, we are extremely excited about the conclusion of this deal and the great return garnered for our investors, Commodities Online has had it's fair share of detractors and bad publicity in recent weeks but we believe that the company will exceed investor expectations moving forward.
It has become clear in 2006 that one of Wall Street's newest concepts--marketing commodities as an asset class--has altered world energy markets in a surprising fashion.
The acquired product, renamed CRB PriceCharts, is a print publication focused on charting and technical analysis of financial futures, commodities and currency markets.
Processors and shippers of secondary commodities have been among the beneficiaries of the basic materials reversal maneuver.
In an era of volatile resin prices, trading commodities futures for plastics may be an idea whose time has come.
What these disparate examples of modern consumerism have in common is that they are all items that require the collection, transport, and marketing of what the Worldwatch Institute calls "conflict commodities.
In other words, most of these OEMs consider castings to be commodities.
The AICPA AcSEC issued a proposed statement of position that would amend SOP 95-2, Financial Reporting by Nonpublic Investment Partnerships, to include within its scope a type of investment partnership--known as a commodity pool--formed to trade interests in commodities and regulated under the Commodity Exchange Act of 1974.