Commodity Indices

The world's first commodity index, in its original and updated forms

Stalks of wheat are seen in a field near Adony, 58 km (36 miles) south of Budapest July 14, 2009. Hungary's wheat harvest is expected to come in at 4.04 million tonnes this year and the crop yield projected at 3.55 tonnes per hectare, the Agriculture Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.
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Thomson Reuters provides a variety of highly recognised commodity indices, many of which are tracked by Exchange Traded Funds and other derivatives. All indices have a strong connection to the Commodity Research Bureau (CRB) name.

The Thomson Reuters Equal Weight Commodity Index is the CRB index in its original equal weight form from 1957.The CRB index has undergone periodic updates as commodity markets have evolved and is now known as the Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Index (TR/CC - CRB Index), consisting of 19 commodities.