Commodities are classified into four main groups: metals, energy, agricultural produce and livestock, and meat. However, oil, gold, and agricultural products are the most traded. Commodities offer avenues to diversify investment portfolio beyond the traditional financial instruments. Generally, commodities are long term and operate differently from stock markets. The distinct feature of commodity markets is that they are reliable, valuable, and non-volatile compared to other traditional securities. Generally, since it is tedious to transport commodities, they are usually traded on futures contracts. Commodities future contracts are popularly traded in U.S dollars.

Invezz offers a platform for commodity trading. As dealers in commodities, we will keep you informed on the volatility of prices of commodities. We are passionate about keeping you ahead of the market by giving you real-time information on the value of your commodities portfolio. This section gives an overview of commodities prices, trading exchanges, and markets.

Latest Commodities news

How commodities are responding to the pending US-China “phase 1” trade deal
November 19th Sources familiar with the US-China trade deal revealed that the two countries are close to signing a “Phase 1” agreement that is expect…
German exchange set to take over Nasdaq’s commodities futures business
November 18th
Commodities could be hit – Corteva
November 18th
Should you replace bonds with gold?
November 14th
Blenheim Capital Management founder calling it a day after 50 years
November 14th
Gold prices finally jump after a massive fall
November 6th

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More Commodities news

Well-Safe Solutions receives backing from oil executives and top financiers
October 29th
How gold prices may hit $1,700 in just 6 months
October 24th
Oil price resumes downward path as Trump warns OPEC on cutting output
November 13th
Oil price rises as Saudi Arabia announces plans to cut production in December
November 12th
Oil price falls further as supply worries ease
November 2nd

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