When trading CFDs on commodities, Investors assess natural resources' and agricultural products' price fluctuations.
Commodities can be divided into two categories: soft commodities (grown goods like wheat, or rice) and hard commodities (mined products like gold, gas and oil).
Commodities – CFDs on Raw Materials from Global Markets
The goods that people need and use everyday take the form of oil, precious metals or cotton. Commodities require market awareness and news interpretation as they’re strongly linked to global events.
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Trading conditions on Commodities
Up to 19 commodities available
Leverage up to 1:20
Tight spreads and zero commissions
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You can trade CFDs on commodities 24 hours a day/ 5 days a week, from Sunday at 21:00 GMT (when Asian markets open) until Friday at 21:00 GMT (when U.S. markets close).
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Commodities are one of the most traded instruments on the markets. By choosing to trade CFDs on commodities, you can diversify your portfolio of financial instruments.
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