Commodity derivatives

The ideal addition to your portfolio

We have chosen the reputable Bloomberg Commodity IndexSM family as underlying for our derivatives in order to give users access to popular, high quality underlyings. The Bloomberg Commodity IndexSM is one of the leading commodity indexes in terms of trading and assets linked to it and has a proven track record of outperforming major equity indexes. By adding the Bloomberg Commodity IndexSM to an equity based portfolio, you have access to products that can help you enhance your returns significantly.

In the excess return version underlying our futures, the Bloomberg Commodity IndexSM returns are calculated as the sum of spot index returns and the roll returns, which result from rolling individual contracts into the next designated maturity.

The mitigation of individual delivery risk by Eurex Clearing acting as central counterparty offers an important benefit, since trading in commodity.

A strong argument for investing in commodities is the low or even negative correlation to asset classes, such as equities and bonds, which makes them an interesting and attractive addition to a portfolio. These products also help you capitalize even better on cyclical trends.

Bloomberg Commodity Indexes

The Bloomberg Commodity Index is one of the leading commodity indexes in terms of trading and assets linked to it.
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Exchange traded commodities

The market for ETCs is growing continually. Why don't you start becoming active with our futures and options on the ETCs Physical Gold and Crude Oil?
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Equity & Index Product Design

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