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Commodity1 Month Change12 Month ChangeYear to Date Change
Commodity Agricultural Raw Materials Index0.13 %-10.77 %2.13 %
Commodity Beverage Price Index3.32 %-5.09 %5.59 %
Commodity Price Index3.06 %-14.26 %26.86 %
Commodity Fuel (energy) Index3.74 %-22.59 %45.55 %
Commodity Food and Beverage Price Index4.10 %6.80 %14.46 %
Commodity Food Price Index4.20 %8.38 %15.60 %
Commodity Industrial Inputs Price Index-0.10 %-13.12 %6.33 %
Commodity Metals Price Index-0.25 %-14.72 %9.52 %
Commodity Non-Fuel Price Index2.31 %-2.51 %10.93 %
Crude Oil (petroleum), Price index3.73 %-22.38 %59.73 %
Coal, Australian thermal coal3.77 %-9.20 %7.25 %
Coal, South African export price6.17 %-6.00 %14.76 %
Crude Oil (petroleum)3.72 %-22.20 %59.39 %
Crude Oil (petroleum); Dated Brent2.86 %-22.25 %57.40 %
Crude Oil (petroleum); Dubai Fateh4.25 %-25.79 %68.18 %
Crude Oil (petroleum); West Texas Intermediate4.06 %-18.48 %53.79 %
Diesel5.07 %-21.03 %52.30 %
Gasoline-3.65 %-24.89 %34.34 %
Heating Oil4.66 %-19.64 %50.80 %
Indonesian Liquified Natural Gas0.00 %-14.68 %-11.35 %
Jet Fuel6.64 %-20.21 %48.60 %
Natural Gas33.85 %-7.22 %13.22 %
Propane-1.74 %31.01 %50.89 %
RBOB Gasoline7.74 %-24.91 %24.47 %
Russian Natural Gas1.25 %-44.66 %-20.63 %
Cocoa beans0.78 %-3.62 %5.76 %
Coffee, Other Mild Arabicas6.72 %3.81 %13.35 %
Coffee, Robusta1.74 %-4.42 %12.99 %
Tea8.76 %-24.44 %-15.92 %
Barley9.62 %18.97 %25.53 %
Canadian Wheat   
Maize (corn)6.48 %7.89 %11.70 %
Rice2.15 %12.69 %16.17 %
Soft Red Winter Wheat-1.49 %-8.77 %-2.46 %
Sorghum0.00 %-18.34 %0.00 %
Wheat-0.56 %-21.60 %-4.81 %
Bananas0.57 %6.89 %-1.78 %
Oranges14.48 %38.98 %26.99 %
Beef1.11 %-6.97 %14.07 %
Poultry (chicken)-0.13 %-3.59 %-0.60 %
Lamb6.99 %-2.74 %11.57 %
Swine (pork)6.70 %2.07 %45.53 %
Fish (salmon)5.50 %48.64 %18.91 %
Shrimp0.00 %-32.64 %-2.99 %
Sugar16.41 %60.53 %36.04 %
Sugar, European import price-2.11 %-8.62 %-1.29 %
Sugar, U.S. import price0.51 %10.62 %6.04 %
Coconut Oil8.26 %40.81 %35.32 %
Fishmeal3.19 %-4.36 %1.41 %
Olive Oil, extra virgin-2.80 %-20.08 %-8.67 %
Palm Kernel Oil6.67 %48.25 %46.76 %
Palm oil-4.05 %1.99 %16.33 %
Peanut Oil6.25 %26.39 %33.44 %
Groundnuts (peanuts)4.13 %-5.10 %5.85 %
Rapeseed Oil-1.26 %-2.83 %1.40 %
Soybean Meal8.81 %25.29 %49.21 %
Soybean Oil-0.49 %-4.67 %6.62 %
Soybeans8.42 %18.72 %30.33 %
Sunflower oil-2.20 %-7.76 %-0.28 %
Coarse Wool1.01 %-3.12 %7.05 %
Copra8.88 %41.62 %37.35 %
Cotton5.44 %2.42 %7.78 %
Fine Wool-0.19 %-3.83 %7.89 %
Hard Logs3.29 %17.32 %12.11 %
Hard Sawnwood-2.19 %-8.61 %-1.39 %
Hides0.00 %-25.53 %0.00 %
Plywood3.29 %17.32 %12.12 %
Rubber-5.56 %-13.59 %29.59 %
Soft Logs0.00 %-5.15 %-19.52 %
Soft Sawnwood0.00 %3.39 %-2.81 %
Wood Pulp0.00 %0.00 %0.00 %
Aluminum2.77 %-5.58 %7.59 %
Cold-rolled steel   
Copper, grade A cathode-1.12 %-20.42 %3.81 %
Gold1.23 %8.03 %16.26 %
Hot-rolled steel   
Iron Ore-6.36 %-17.55 %24.51 %
Lead0.29 %-6.38 %4.04 %
Nickel3.09 %-30.38 %4.95 %
Rebar   
Silver2.00 %7.53 %22.54 %
Steel wire rod   
Tin1.55 %12.62 %22.88 %
Uranium-2.30 %-24.88 %-21.58 %
Zinc8.41 %-2.68 %33.27 %
DAP fertilizer-0.86 %-26.85 %-10.13 %
Potassium Chloride-3.03 %-16.61 %-11.72 %
Rock Phosphate0.00 %0.00 %-2.54 %
Triple Superphosphate0.35 %-25.00 %-25.00 %
Urea-4.50 %-34.59 %-10.75 %

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