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Title      : Commodity Markets
Subject      : Management
copyright © 2018   : Subhas Stores
Author      : Prashanth Rao
Publisher      : Subhas Stores
Chapters/Pages      : 10/138
Total Price      : Rs.      : 91
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Introduction Total views (125)  
Living creatures depend on a variety of items for their survival. Living beings consist of humans, animals and plants. Human beings use different items for different purposes, like consumptions, usage, etc... These items can be referred to as commodities.
Pages: 18
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Commodity Agreements Total views (116)  
An international commodity agreement is an undertaking by a group of countries to stabilize trade, supplies, and prices of a commodity for the benefit of all the participating countries. An agreement involves a consensus on quantities traded, prices, and stock management. It is a legal instrument framed based on terms negotiated and accepted by most of the countries that export and import commerci ......
Pages: 44
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Forward Markets Commission Total views (117)  
Forward Markets Commission (FMC) is a regulatory authority for all commodity markets in India. This Mumbai-headquartered regulator directly reports to the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Government of India. It is a statutory body set up in 1953 under the Forward Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1952.
Pages: 5
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Commodity Exchange Total views (122)  
A commodity exchange is a company, an association or a corporate entity that trades in commodity futures, with due authorization. A valid license has to be granted by the concerned regulatory authority to trade in commodities. All the contracts which are traded on the exchange are framed by the exchange whose terms and conditions cannot be modified by the participants. Thus such type of contracts ......
Pages: 19
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Types of Markets Total views (115)  
Traders look at various types of markets, based on the settlement mechanisms. There are different types of markets based such settlement mechanism.
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Commodity Market Players Total views (121)  
There are different players in the commodity markets, just like in stock markets. They are Speculator, Hedger and Arbitrager. However, there are other key players like investors and Government.
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Trading Mechanism Total views (118)  
Trading mechanism can be classified as: margin trading and mark-to-market.
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Quality Assurance Total views (150)  
Quality is essential in every aspect of life. Quality assumes utmost significance while dealing with commodities. During the days of barter system, people merely exchanged the commodities or products for other commodities/goods. Quality aspects did not assume much importance. Subsequently, globalization led the consumers to demand for consumable commodities of good quality.
Pages: 14
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Export and Import of Commodities Total views (113)  
Commodities are sold not only in local markets, but also exported. India is one of the largest exporters of agricultural commodities. Many developed and developing countries export one or the other commodities.
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Conflict Management Total views (119)  
Conflict management is the practice of identifying and dealing disputes/conflict in a rational, balanced and efficient manner. Conflict management requires effective communicating, problem solving and negotiating skills which focuses on interests of the parties.
Pages: 5
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