The trade in silver, gold and co. On the stock exchange not only shares and securities are traded as might at first glance suggests. On the contrary, it’s going to much more exotic. In addition to the various metals, there is also a market for meat, cereals and tropical commodities such as cocoa, sugar and coffee on the stock exchange. The stock market news portal boersennews.de explains the commercial with the traditional and exotic raw materials. ing as well. The most popular commodities on the stock exchange are probably gold, silver, oil and copper. While gold, silver and oil correlate positively with each other, but negatively to the dollar. This is only one factor why at steadily falling dollar exchange rate the value of gold continues to rise.
But not only the oil is a source of energy that is traded on the stock exchange. In addition to natural gas, gasoline and ethanol, also uranium on the stock exchange is listed since 2007. Only in October of this year, for example, the American uranium producer uranium energy experienced an upswing by whose shares recorded an increase in value by 35 percent. “To the soft commodities” include the meat market as well as cereals and tropical commodities. Just this week climbed the value of cocoa on over 2,200 euros per tonne.
This worrying trend is the shift of the trading business on commodity certificates. According to expert opinion, the impact on the prices of chocolate are not more realistically a now just in time for Christmas. Critics generally consider trade in food products on the market with great skepticism. Give to concerns that Western countries with the trade of these raw materials are significantly responsible for their prices. This can have the result sometimes being unaffordable staple foods in developing countries. More information: market / commodities contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59