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Commodity Markets M.com 4th Sem Notes Pdf BU BCU BNU

Download  Bangalore university Commodity Markets M.com 4th Sem Notes Pdf BU BCU BNU Quality Assurance in Commodity Commodity markets 1-5 Commodity markets 1-5 Hand Written Notes Commodity Markets (2)
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Module 1 Commodity Markets and Exchanges:
Module 2: Quality Assurance
Module 3: Commodity Derivatives:
Module 4: Warehousing Trading and Settlement
Module 5: Regulatory Framework:

What is a Commodity?
A Commodity is a product that has commercial value, which can be produced, bought, sold & consumed.
Commodities are basically the products of primary sector of an economy. Which is concerned with
• Agriculture.
• Extraction of raw materials such as, metals, energy etc.

COMMODITY MARKET EVOLUTION: GLOBAL SCENARIO
• The world’s first commodities arose from agriculture practices (crop production and raising livestock).
• As trading developed, producers and dealers looked for ways to preserve the price of their products.
• Factors such as weather, conflict, and supply and demand wreaked havoc on pricing. In addition, as supplies became more plentiful, storage was necessary; merchants sought ways to raise money
while their product sat until being sold. This is how futures agreements began.
• According to Bruce Babcock – commodity futures trades occurred in 17th century Japan & rice futures 6,000 years ago in China.
• In the US during the early 1800s, agricultural commodities –grains – first American exchange was set up in 1848 – CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade)

COMMODITY MARKET EVOLUTION: GLOBAL SCENARIO

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• The world’s first commodities arose from agriculture practices (crop production and raising livestock).
• As trading developed, producers and dealers looked for ways to preserve the price of their products.
• Factors such as weather, conflict, and supply and demand wreaked havoc on pricing. In addition, as supplies became more plentiful, storage was necessary; merchants sought ways to raise money while their product sat until being sold. This is how futures agreements began.
• According to Bruce Babcock – commodity futures trades occurred in 17th century Japan & rice futures 6,000 years ago in China.
• In the US during the early 1800s, agricultural commodities –grains – first American exchange was set up in 1848 – CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade)

 

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