Agriculture

Modern commodity markets started from the trading of agricultural products. Wheat and corn, cattle and pigs were widely traded since the 19th century in the United States but other agricultural futures such as soybeans were only recently added in most markets.
Corn has been called the other yellow gold because of its value around the globe throughout most of the history of man. As an exchange traded commodity and future contract, corn futures is one of the two originals and is also the most liquid of the grain future contracts. Cotton began trading in New York at about the same time that corn futures began trading in Chicago in the mid 1800's.
Phillip Futures provides hedging tools that include:
Exchange Traded Commodities Futures
These including;
  • Soft Commodities
  • Oil Seeds and Grains
Worldwide Access
We have market access to the world major commodity exchanges like:
  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
  • New York Board of Trade (NYBOT)
  • London Futures Exchange (LIFFE)
Research Services
Phillip Commodities developed a unique research service adding value to our clients. Our research reports include:
  • Periodic Market Outlook
  • Technical and Fundamental Analysis
  • Products and Industrial Outlook
 
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