CFDs on commodities Trading
The CFDs on commodities cover energy, agriculture, and metals markets. These products are traded on Derivatives markets and their values are determined by the demand and supply.
Agricultural supply characteristics include weather and mining and energy supplies include extraction costs. The demand for CFDs on commodities is usually influenced by macroeconomic conditions, such as growth in population and economic cycles.
Agriculture Derivatives contracts are traded as stand-alone contracts, whereas metals and energies are traded against major currencies.