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CFD on the daily spot price of Wheat (ZW).

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Product Type: CommoditySubtype: Agriculture
Country: United States (US)Currency: USD
Trading Hours: According to marketMeasurement Unit: Bushels
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Sold as an over-the-counter exchange-traded contract, wheat (ticker symbol: ZW) has become extremely popular among institutional and individual traders over the past few decades. A significant advantage of trading wheat is that you don't have to hold the contract until it expires. And, you can cancel it anytime you want. Plus, as a staple-commodity and a major constituent of the world’s diet – the cereal grain will generally always have high demand.

Interesting Facts:

  • Wheat trade is probably as old as wheat-growing – going as far back as the Neolithic Revolution (around 9,000 BC).
  • Wheat is among the world’s most liquid exchange-traded commodities. As an agriculture commodity, it is by far the number one most traded product of its category.
  • China, Russia, the USA, India and France are the largest producers of wheat in the world. Wheat and wheat-by-products play a substantial role in determining these countries’ gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate.