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The CRB Commodity Yearbook 2010

The CRB Commodity Yearbook 2010

Commodity Research Bureau

ISBN: 978-0-470-57477-5

Jun 2010

384 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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The essential commodity reference for analysts, traders, and portfolio managers

Commodities can play an important role in a portfolio. But in order to make the most of these investments, you need to have a solid understanding of what they offer. That's why you need The CRB Commodity Yearbook 2010.

The single most comprehensive source of commodity and futures market information available, the Yearbook is the book of record for the Commodity Research Bureau, which is, in turn, the organization of record for the commodity industry itself. Its sources-reports from governments, private industries, and trade and industrial associations-are authoritative, and its historical scope is second to none.

  • Contains worldwide supply/demand and production/consumption data for all the basic commodities and futures markets-from A(luminum) to Z(inc), including all the major markets in interest rates, currencies, energy, and stock index futures
  • Features over 900 tables, graphs, and price charts of historical data, many of which show price history dating back to 1900
  • A fact-filled CD-ROM provides you with valuable commodity information in an easy-to-use electronic format

For its wealth of information and the authority of its sources, The CRB Commodity Yearbook 2010 stands alone as the guide to intelligent trading in commodities and futures.

6T The Commodity Price Trend.

18T Commodity Prices Recover After The Late-2008 Free-Fall.

20T Worst U.S. Post-War Recession Ends But Future Remains Shaky.

22T World Recession Ends Thanks In Large Part To China.

23T Crude Oil Price Return To OPEC's Target Area.

25T U.S. Dollar May Be Bottoming After 2002-08 Bear Market.

27T Will Central Banks Sucessfully Exit Emergency Liquidity?

29T BioFuels Promote Energy Security And Lower GHG Emissions.

30T Futures and Options Volume Statistics, U.S.

45T Futures and Options Volume Statistics, Worldwide.

62T Conversion Factors.

317 Yearbook CD Instructions.

1. Aluminum.

5. Antimony.

6. Apples.

7. Arsenic.

8. Barley.

11. Bauxite.

12. Bismuth.

13. Broilers.

14. Butter.

16. Cadmium.

17. Canola (Rapeseed).

20. Cassava.

21. Castor Beans.

22. Cattle and Calves.

29. Cement.

30. Cheese.

32. Chromium.

33. Coal.

36. Cobalt.

37. Cocoa.

42. Coconut Oil and Copra.

44. Coffee.

49. Coke.

50. Copper.

56. Corn.

63. Corn Oil.

64. Cotton.

72. Cottonseed and Products.

76. CRB Futures Index.

78. Currencies.

86. Diamonds.

87. Eggs.

91. Electric Power.

93. Ethanol.

95. Fertilizers (Nitrogen, Phosphate & Potash).

97. Fish.

100. Flaxseed and Linseed Oil.

104. Fruits.

106. Gas.

109. Gasoline.

113. Gold.

118. Grain Sorghum.

120. Hay.

121. Heating Oil.

125. Hides and Leather.

128. Hogs.

133. Honey.

134. Interest Rates, U.S.

145. Interest Rates, Worldwide.

151. Iron and Steel.

156. Lard.

158. Lead.

162. Lumber and Plywood.

167. Magnesium.

168. Manganese.

170. Meats.

174. Mercury.

176. Milk.

178. Molybdenum.

179. Nickel.

180. Oats.

184. Olive Oil.

185. Onions.

186. Oranges and Orange Juice.

189. Palm Oil.

191. Paper.

192. Peanuts and Peanut Oil.

196. Pepper.

198. Petroleum.

203. Plastics.

205. Platinum-Group Metals.

210. Pork Bellies.

214. Potatoes.

218. Rayon and Other Synthetic Fibers.

220. Rice.

223. Rubber.

228. Rye.

230. Salt.

231. Sheep and Lambs.

233. Silk.

234. Silver.

239. Soybean Meal.

243. Soybean Oil.

248. Soybeans.

254. Stock Index Futures, U.S.

262. Stock Index Futures, Worldwide.

266. Sugar.

272. Sulfur.

273. Sunflowerseed and Oil.

275. Tall Oil.

276. Tallow and Greases.

278. Tea.

279. Tin.

283. Titanium.

285. Tobacco.

288. Tung Oil.

289. Tungsten.

290. Turkeys.

293. Uranium.

296. Vegetables.

300. Wheat and Flour.

311. Wool.

314. Zinc.

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