A basic good, such as food, grains, and metals, which is interchangeable with...
Convenience; accommodation; profit; benefit; advantage; interest; commodiousness.
That which affords convenience, advantage, or profit, especially in commerce, including everything movable that is bought and sold (except animals), -- goods, wares, merchandise, produce of land and manufactures, etc.
A parcel or quantity of goods.
A raw material or primary product used in manufacturing or industrial processing or consumed in its natural form.
Commodities are the raw materials used by industry and traded on specialist commodities markets. There are hard and soft commodities, soft being things such as cocoa, coffee, tea, sisal, sugar, soya, corn and pork bellies. Hard are metals, such as copper, tin aluminium etc. Commodities are dealt on a spot basis for immediate delivery and futures for later delivery.
a product or service that is worth money. Commodities are usually items that can be sold or traded such as grain, coal, or wine or mass-produced items like radios, teddy bears, and T-shirts. DFAIT Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade - a branch of Canada's federal government.
Any object produced for consumption or exchange in markets, often used more narrowly to describe raw foodstuffs and materials, e.g. aluminium, beef.
Group term for a type of goods.
An entity of trade or commerce, services, or rights in which contracts for future delivery may be traded. Some of the contracts currently traded are wheat, corn, cotton, livestock, copper, gold, silver, oil, propane, plywood, currencies, Treasury Bills, Treasury Bonds, and Stock Indexes.
An undifferentiated product; one that can be bought in identical form from many suppliers giving no supplier a chance to sell at margins that would generate above normal returns.... more on: Commodity
Any article or goods of commerce.
Bulk goods such as metals, foodstuffs and grains which have their prices determined by competitive bids and offers.
A raw material, such as wheat, coffee, pork bellies, gold, etc.bv.
A physical substance, such as food, grains, and metals, which is interchangeable with another product of the same type, and which investors buy or sell, usually through futures contracts.
Article shipped. For dangerous and hazardous cargo, the correct commodity identification is critical.
Any bulk good traded on an exchange or in the cash market; examples include metals, grains and meats.
Broadly defined, any article exchanged in trade, but most commonly used to refer to raw materials, including such minerals as tin, copper and manganese, and bulk-produced agricultural products such as coffee, tea and rubber. See also: Buffer Stocks, Common Fund, Forward Market, Integrated Program for Commodities, Primary Commodity, Tropical Products
a raw material or metal traded on a commodities market.
A tradeable item that can generally be further processed and sold; including industrial (metals), agricultural (wool, wheat, sugar, etc) and bulk (coal, iron ore) goods. Commodities are important to the Australian economy as they account for the majority of our exports.
a tangible good or service resulting from the process of production; (in general usage) a primary product such as coffee, wool and copper. On the commodities market it is not necessary for the commodities to be physically exchanged, only rights to ownership need be.
Raw materials or primary products, such as sugar, cotton and precious metals, used as exchangeable units of wealth
Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Cftc)
a type of plant, plant product or other regulated article being moved for trade or other purpose [FAO bis
Raw materials that can be bought and sold.
1. Any goods or article of commerce shipped. 2. Indication of the nature of goods.
A product that exists in order to generate profit.
Anything bought or sold, any article of commerce that is non-differentiated.
A tangible good that is bought or sold on the open market, such as gold, corn, oil or soybeans. Also refers to financial instruments such as CDs or Treasuries, on which futures contracts can be sold.
Any article bought and sold. Basic items or staple products.
any goods that have value that are exchanged through trade. The term is often used to refer to raw materials and agricultural goods such as iron ore, tin, wheat, coffee, cotton, etc.
as services - a good backed by standard contracts, trade empire
At XPRESSTRADE, a general futures market, without reference to any particular delivery month. For example, Corn, the Canadian Dollar, and the S&P 500 are referred to as commodities. A delivery month used in conjunction with a commodity indicates a specific contract, such as December Gold or March Sugar.
articles of commerce
a bulk good such as grain or food that is sold on a commodities exchange
a good or a service completely specified physically, temporally, and spatially
a good produced nearly identically by a large number of producers
a good that is produced for sale in a price-setting market in order to make a profit
an article of commerce which is produced, sold, bought and consumed
an economic good intended for sale
an economic good, or something useful or valued
an item--coffee, grains, metals, securities, currency--bought and sold by traders registered with the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
an undifferentiated product whose market value arises from the owner's right to sell rather than the right to use
a particular class of products that exist in identifiable form, in considerable quantity, and in essentially identical form, and that are available from a variety of sources
a physical substance such as a food or a metal which investors buy or sell on a commodities exchange, usually via futures contracts
a physical substance (such as wheat or gold or oil) that is traded on an exchange
a product class that has ceased to be meaningfully differentiated, like ketchup
a product designed for exchange
a product of labour which is not produced for the personal use of the producer or of the men associated with him, but for the purpose of being exchanged with other products
a product of trade or commerce, especially basic materials like wood or rubber, or crops such as wheat
a product or service that is the same, regardless of who is offering it
a product where there are many suppliers (growers)and the market (the customer) doesn't see much difference between suppliers
a Veblen good if peoples
a Veblen good if people's preference for buying it increases as a direct function of its price,' a knock-on effect of Thorstein Veblen's theory of Conspicuous Consumption
Aquatic animals, aquatic animal products, aquatic animal genetic material, feedstuffs, biological products and pathological material. (from OIE 2003a)
A good that can be traded between two people.
A product for sale.
The natural gas you use, not including any services provided by the supplier or utility.
A product used for commerce that is traded on an organized exchange. A commodity could be an agricultural product such as canola or wheat, or a natural resource such as oil or gold.
any article of freight. Goods shipped.
A natural raw material. Oil and Gas Metals Grains or Oilseeds Soft commodities such as sugar, cocoa, coffee and tea Plantation crops such as rubber, palm oil, cotton and wool
Are often viewed as the futures markets on both physical and financial items. Sometimes, commodities is used more narrowly to refer to physical goods such as, gold, silver, wheat, and pork bellies. Then financial futures would refer to stock indices, eurodollars, treasuries, currencies, and other security-type instruments. In a more restrictive sense, commodity or commodities refer to the actuals in the spot market.
A tradeable item that can generally be further processed and sold; for example metals, wheat, sugar, coal etc.
Specifically enumerated agricultural commodities - all other goods and articles (except onions) - and all services, rights and interests in which contracts for future delivery are presently, or in the future may be, dealt in.
Article of trade
In the context of this audit, this refers to bulk raw material items that are either selected and sold as is, or mixed with other commodities and/or ingredients to form a finished product.
Raw materials such as crude oil, gold, iron ore, lumber and wheat.
A commodity is food, metal, or another fixed physical substance that traders buy or sell, usually via futures contracts
A commodity is any homogenous item which may be freely bought and sold. The term typically refers to products such as coffee, cocoa and soyabeans (soft commodities) or gold, aluminium and platinum (hard commodities). Pork belly and frozen orange concentrate were featured in the 1980s film, Trading Places. Commodities typically are bought and sold in futures markets where producers combine with manufacturers and speculators to create a smoothly functioning market.
Any tangible item that can be bought and sold. Raw materials. Ex: Raw lumber, wheat, coffee, metals, etc.
A commodity is food, a metal or another physical substance that investors buy or sell, usually via futures contracts.
This refers to any product that is essentially undifferentiated. This means that there is no difference in the product regardless of which company you buy from. Milk is generally said to be a commodity. As long as the product meets the provincial health guidelines for milk, there is really no difference between producers or sellers.
The article being shipped.
A good or item of trade or commerce. Goods tradable on an exchange, such as corn, gold, or hogs, as distinguished from instruments or other intangibles like T-Bills or stock indexes.
Any article of commerce, including raw material, manufactured or grown products.
an article of commerce especially when delivered for shipment
products produced for export.
Any bulk good traded on an exchange (for example, metals, grains and meats).
A physical asset (agricultural products, for example) that may be traded according to the terms of what is called a "futures contract," which specifies the point at which the commodity must be bought or sold.
Description of goods being shipped.
A tangible item which can be brought and sold (eg sugar, wheat, coffee, gold).
Any product traded on a commodity exchange. Examples include agricultural products, foreign currencies, metals, oil and financial instruments.
Bulk goods such as metals, foodstuffs and grains which have the price determined by competitive bids and offers.
A product which is sold in bulk and is virtually indistinguishable between one producer and another. Some raw material commodities (such as metals and grains) are sold on the floor of an exchange â€“ like securities.
Natural resources, e.g. gold, pork bellies, wheat.
Physical substance (food, metal..) traded in futures market.
A massed produced, unspecialized product for commercial trade.
A tradable item in various classes such as; industrial (metals), agricultural (wool, wheat, sugar, etc) and bulk (coal, iron ore) goods.
A physical substance traded on a commodity market. Examples of hard commodities include platinum, copper and oil, whereas soft commodities include grain, cotton and rubber.
A liquid hydrocarbon product or a blend of products, which is transported on NGL Systems owned by subsidiaries of Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P.
Utilized in the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code® (UNSPSC®) as the lowest level of the classification structure. Includes both products and services.
Any item that can be bought and sold. Taken to refer to Exchange-traded items including sugar, wheat, soya beans, coffee and tin.
Any article of commerce. Goods, merchandise.
Products that an establishment produces, sells, or distributes. This does not include items that are considered as excess or byproducts of the establishment's operation. For the Commodity Flow Survey, respondents reported the description and the five-digit Standard Classification of Transported Goods (SCTG) code for the major commodity contained in the shipment, defined as the commodity with the greatest weight in the total shipment. ( Commodity Flow Survey )
an agricultural good
A fungible, generic item such as copper, oil, cocoa and so forth that can be bought and sold pretty much on quantity alone.
Goods shipped through terminals.
A Commodity is a raw material or primary product, such as sugar, cotton and precious metals, used as exchangeable units of wealth.
Any article of commerce. Goods shipped.
An article of commerce or a product that can be used for commerce. The types of commodities include oil, oil products, power, gas, agricultural products, metals, petroleum, foreign currencies, and financial instruments and index. Contract Month: A specific month in which delivery may take place under the terms of a futures contract.
A useful or valuable object, usually used in reference to trade.
A commodity, as defined in the Commodity Exchange Act, includes the agricultural commodities enumerated in Section 1a(4) of the Commodity Exchange Act and all other goods and articles, except onions as provided in Public Law 85-839 (7 U.S.C. § 13-1), a 1958 law that banned futures trading in onions, and all services, rights, and interests in which contracts for future delivery are presently or in the future dealt in.
Related to product, an item that is part of a mature market, which is a market that is not expected to grow, and market where all products exhibit sameness in style, features, or other aspects.
A physical substance, such as food, grains, and metals, which is interchangeable with other products of the same type.
Article of commerce (lading). Goods being shipped.
An article of commerce or a product that can be used for commerce. In a narrow sense, products traded on an authorized commodity exchange. The types of commodities include agricultural products, metals, petroleum, foreign currencies, and financial instruments and index, to name a few.
Any payload, including raw material, manufactured, or grown products.
Bulk goods, usually base mining, industrial and agricultural products, which after refining, are sold, with the majority as export.
Any item that can be bought and sold. Usually a physical item eg gold, oil, meat, coffee, sugar etc.
an economic good as a product of agriculture or mining.
A basic product, usually agricultural or mineral, traded on a commodity exchange. Examples include petroleum products, precious metals, and grains.