Why choose commodity indices?
Our commodity indices track baskets of commodities to reflect price movements and are recognized as a major barometer of commodity prices and markets.
Designed to provide exposure to the global commodities industry, all indices have a strong connection to the Commodity Research Bureau (CRB) name, and many are tracked by Exchange Traded Funds and other derivatives.
Features & benefits
What you get with commodity indices
Recognized as a major barometer of commodity prices and markets.
Our Equal Weight Commodity Index is the CRB index in its original equal weight form from 1957.
All of our indices adhere to the IOSCO principles for financial benchmarks.
How it works
Commodity indices in more detail
Thomson Reuters / CoreCommodity – CRB Index
A basket of 19 commodities, including energy contracts, agriculture, precious metals, and industrial metals, the Index acts as a representative indicator of commodity markets.
Thomson Reuters / CoreCommodity CRB Non-Energy Index
Commodity indices with a higher exposure to agricultural commodities and metals. Crude oil, heating oil, natural gas, and RBOB gasoline are removed from the standard index.
Thomson Reuters / Core Commodity CRB Non-Agriculture and Livestock Index
This index provides enhanced exposure to metals and energy (excluding agriculture and livestock).
Thomson Reuters CRB Commodity Equity Indices
Provides exposure to commodity related companies, with specific breakdowns such as agriculture, energy, and industrial metals, and comparable exposure to commodity prices.
Thomson Reuters Equal Weight Continuous Commodity Index
Features 17 equally weighted commodities to provide a more even distribution into the major commodity sectors.
Thomson Reuters - MCX India Commodity Indices (iCOMDEX)
A transparent, timely, and reliable view of Indian commodity markets, based on 11 commodity futures listed on MCX-multi-commodity exchange of India.
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