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Definition: Commodity

A commodity is a tangible good which can be exchanged with another commodity of similar nature. A commodity is a very basic element that goes in production to produce more complex goods and services. Therefore, the quality of a commodity is essentially similar across most of the producers.

Certain commodities which qualify a minimum base grade are also traded on standard exchanges.

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