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Check the latest prices on the most popular commodities.
*Prices are indicative.
Commodity trading is as old as the financial markets and, actually, even older. People used to trade physically rare metals, raw materials and livestock for buying goods in ancient years.
Commodities are mainly sorted into three categories:
The most popular Metals on the market, of course, are gold and silver. Precious metals, often seen as a safe haven during periods of political and economic instability and market volatility.
The prices of oil and other energy products fluctuate mainly caused by supply and demand, but also due to economic downturns or any shifts in production or restrictions on supply.
Climate change and population growth are factors affecting the price of agriculture and livestock commodities, among other conditions which are difficult or impossible to predict.
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