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What is a commodity?
What are the different types of participants in commodity markets?

What is a commodity exchange?
How is trading done in the commodity exchanges?
Who can trade on commodity exchanges?
What is a futures contract?
What is the difference between spot market and futures market?

What is arbitrage in commodity markets?





What is a commodity?


A commodity is a product having commercial value that can be produced, bought, sold, and consumed. It is normally in a basic raw unprocessed state. But products derived from primary sector and structured products are also traded at these exchanges. In India, the list includes precious metals, ferrous and nonferrous metals, spices, pulses, plantation crops, sugar, and other soft commodities.

What are the different types of participants in commodity markets?

Broadly, the participants can be classified as hedgers, arbitragers, and speculators. In other words manufacturers, traders, farmers, exporters, and investors are all participating in this market.



What is a commodity exchange?

Like stock exchanges in capital markets, a commodity exchange is an association or a company or any other body corporate that is organizing futures trading in commodities. The new-generation national level exchanges have been set up in a corporatised / demutualised environment. There are three nationally recognized commodity exchanges in India and 22 regional exchanges. The national exchanges are Multi Commodities Exchange of India (MCX), National Commodities and Derivatives Exchange of India (NCDEX), and National Multi Commodities Exchange.

How is trading done in the commodity exchanges?

Like the stock market online trading system, commodity exchanges are also typically on the online trading system. It is an order-driven, transparent trading platform, which is reachable to the various participants through the Internet, VSAT, and leased line modes operated by members or sub-brokers spread across the country.



Who can trade on commodity exchanges?

Commodity exchanges have a membership framework somewhat similar to the stock exchanges. Members of the exchange and registered, approved/ authorized users (i.e. clients) of the members can trade on commodity exchanges.



What is a futures contract?

A futures contract is an agreement between two parties to buy or sell a specified quantity and defined quality of a commodity at a certain time in future at a price agreed upon at the time of entering into the contract. This is typically traded at regulated commodity exchanges.


What is the difference between spot market and futures market?

In a spot market, commodities are physically bought or sold usually on a negotiable basis resulting in delivery. While in the futures markets, commodities can be bought or sold irrespective of the physical possession of the underlying commodity. The futures market trades in standardized contractual agreements of the underlying asset with specific quality, quantity, and mode of delivery whose settlement is guaranteed by regulated commodity exchanges.


What is arbitrage in commodity markets?

Arbitrage is making purchases and sales simultaneously in two different markets to profit from the price differences prevailing in those markets. The factors driving arbitrage are the real or perceived differences in the equilibrium price as determined by supply and demand at various locations.


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