The world supply of raw materials is concentrated in a few countries. In particular, the main producers are Brazil and Russia, which account for more than half of the world’s supply of oil and iron ore. On the demand side, however, the market is much more diverse and therefore less volatile than on the supply side. The growth of emerging countries leads to an increase in the world’s need for raw materials, in particular food (wheat or corn), hydrocarbons (oil or gas) and metals (copper or zinc).
Tradable commodities fall into five categories: metals, precious metals, foodstuffs, hydrocarbons, and other materials (wood, cotton, rubber).
On the demand side, this market is structurally bullish because population growth and the economic development of emerging countries lead to an increase in the world’s need for raw materials.
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