Commodity exchanges are legal entities that establish and enforce rules and procedures for trading standardized commodities contracts and related investment commodities. A commodity exchange also refers to the physical center where a transaction occurs. The commodity market is vast, with over trillions of dollars traded daily.
Traders rarely deliver physical commodities through commodity exchanges. Instead, they trade futures contracts. Under this agreement, the parties agree to buy or sell the specified quantity of goods at the agreed price, regardless of the cost currently traded on the market for a given expiration date. The most traded commodity futures contract is crude oil.
There are several modern commodities exchanges, including metal, fuel, and soft commodities exchanges.
All the prices are in USD.
According to the stock market exchange, this data is acquired from the US and other international exchanges, including but not limited to Europe, Canada, India, China, Korea, Japan and Brazil. However, our source for this data is NYSE/NASDAQ.
Stock Market Exchange is a set of endpoints that allow developers, webmasters and power users to easily include financial features in their web and mobile applications, as well as blogs and other financial outlets.
There are two types of endpoints included with Stockdio: Visualization and Data endpoints.
Visualization Endpoints consist of charts and other visualizations of financial data in web or mobile applications.
Data Endpoints: series of REST APIs of financial data and indicator calculations that developers can use in their web and mobile applications.
All information is provided by the foreign exchange (also known as forex or FX) market