Soft Commodity


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Soft Commodity

A commodity that is grown. Soft commodities include most agricultural products; examples include sugar, corn, and wheat. See also: Hard commodity.
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Croce and Rizzo each have more than 20 years of experience as independent floor traders and brokers of soft commodity futures and options.
98 per cent per annum, the ADIB Soft Commodity Note return, which is based on the performance of three soft commodities, is expected to be higher.
So the demand and supply equation is will be in a potentially huge imbalance, leading to much higher soft commodity prices.
IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), the leading electronic energy marketplace and soft commodity exchange, announced that its ICE Futures subsidiary and its New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) subsidiary both established new daily volume records on Friday, a traditionally light trading day leading into the U.
dbc"), a global provider of software solutions for the agricultural, biofuel and soft commodity industries.
Saxo Bank said the Commodity CFDs will create greater access to energy, metal, soft commodity and grain markets as well as more flexibility.
IntercontinentalExchange(R) operates global commodity and financial products marketplaces, including the world's leading electronic energy markets and soft commodity exchange.
IntercontinentalExchange(R), (NYSE: ICE) operates the leading global, electronic marketplace for trading both futures and OTC energy contracts and the leading soft commodity exchange.
Outlook for China Grain & Soft Commodity Markets in 2007/2008 Season
The firm said it estimates that the transaction with the soft commodity exchange, which deals in commodities such as coffee, cocoa and orange juice, could yield more than $50 million in total pretax synergies, adding that the merger will close in the first half of 2007.