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Light Sweet Crude Oil Futures

Light crude oil, introduced by the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), is the largest-volume commodity futures in the world. With excellent liquidity and price transparency, the contracts also serve as a key international pricing benchmark. Its price would be influenced by OPEC polices, U.S. Department of Energy’s inventory reports, tubing incidents, demand and supply, wars, blockades, embargoes and economic sanctions etc.

COMEX Gold Futures

Gold is regarded as the best investment tool hedges against rapid inflation. The COMEX Gold Futures trading in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has become increasingly active. Move of U.S. Dollars and risk aversion of countries would influence the short term trend of gold futures. COMEX Silver Futures

COMEX Silver Futures

Silver is one of the most important industrial metals in the world. The price of Silver Futures in Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) is the benchmark and indicator of spot price. Due to the rising production cost of the fluctuations in prices, investors tend to buy silver futures for hedging. Prices are mainly subject to the need of industrial uses.

Higher Grade Copper Futures

Copper is the most commonly used industrial metal because of it cheaper price. Copper Futures are hedging tools that offer price mitigation opportunities to a range of copper market participants.