Commodities

Market Index tracks the five major commodities and provides company lists for 16 other commodity groups.

Popular

Copper
$4.279 Red down arrow -0.18
USD/lb
52 WK RNG
1 YEAR
TIME (AEDT)
3.309 - 4.802
31.17%
8:15am 28/11
Silver
$23.145 Red down arrow -0.351
USD/oz
52 WK RNG
1 YEAR
TIME (AEDT)
21.51 - 29.15
4.18%
8:15am 28/11
Gold
$1,792.30 Green up arrow 8.00
USD/oz
52 WK RNG
1 YEAR
TIME (AEDT)
1677.9 - 1959
-0.21%
8:15am 28/11
Crude Oil
$68.17 Red down arrow -10.22
USD/bbl
52 WK RNG
1 YEAR
TIME (AEDT)
44.24 - 84.97
72.17%
8:15am 28/11
Iron Ore
$94.44
Market Index tracks the industry standard NYMEX traded 62% Fe, CFR China in $US/metric tonne.

Other

Aluminium
Aluminium (Al) is the third most abundant element (after oxygen and silicon)
Coal
Coal is major source of energy and used in the transformation of iron ore to steel
Cobalt
Cobalt (Co) is used in lithium-ion batteries and high-strength alloys
Natural Gas
Natural gas contains methane and is used as a source of energy
Graphite
Graphite is used in batteries to increase energy density and shorten charging times
Hydrogen
Hydrogen is the most abundant chemical in the universe
Lead
Lead (Pb) is a heavy and malleable metal used in batteries and ammunition
Lithium
Lithium (Li) has a key role in producing lithium-ion batteries
Mineral Sands
Mineral sands are used in paints plastics, tiles and joint replacements
Nickel
Nickel (Ni) is use to produce stainless steel and electric vehicle batteries
Palladium
Palladium is used in electronics, dentistry, and medicine
Platinum
Platinum (Pt) is used in the manufacture of jewelry and dental work
Rare Earth
Rare earth elements are a set of 17 nearly indistinguishable heavy metals
Tin
Tin (Sn) is a soft metal that's easy to cut and used for soldering
Uranium
Uranium (U) is used to produce nuclear energy and weapons
Vanadium
Vanadium (V) is used for steel production
Zinc
Zinc (Zn) is used to produce steel, batteries, and to produce brass and bronze