Use the Commodities template to describe commodities. The term 'commodity' usually refers to a type of physical product that is assumed to be of the same value regardless of where it came from and which investors can buy and sell in a common market. For example, soybeans, hogs, aluminum and gold are commonly traded commodities. However, a commodity can refer to anything that trades on a commodities market, so commodities can also include currencies, fuels, financial instruments, electricity, drugs, plastics, computer chips-any items that a market deals in. Even the cost of labor is sometimes considered a commodity. Commodities markets are also called futures exchanges, because the prices of commodities fluctuate, and investors are betting on the future price of each commodity.
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Use this document to describe commodities. The term " commodity" usually refers to type of physical product that is assumed to be of the same value regardless of where it came from and which investors can buy and sell in common market. For example soybeans hogs aluminum and gold are commonly traded commodities. However commodity can refer to anything that trades on commodities market so commodities can also include currencies fuels financial instruments electricity drugs plastics computer chips any items that market deals in. Even the cost of labor is sometimes considered commodity. Commodities markets are also called futures exchanges because the prices of commodities fluctuate and investors are betting on the future price of each commodity. Introduce the topic of commodities here and explain how commodities relate to your proposal. Then list the individual commodities below. Commodity #1 e. g. " Palladium" or " Euros" Insert details here such as price numbers or time limits whatever is relevant for your purpose. Commodity #2 Insert details here. Commodity #3 Insert details here. Commodity #4 Insert details here. Commodity #5 Insert details here. Insert any needed summary statements here such as future plans or restrictions or contact information. If you expect your proposal readers will want to purchase the commodities youve listed above be sure to tell them how to do that. Web site domain URL
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