Futures & Commodities

(Our latest commodities and futures prices. For those who are trading commodities we've listed the commodities market prices below by category.)
Most Gained Today
1.74%
Most Lost Today
-2.93%
Advancers vs. Decliners
159

Metals

Company Price Chg %Chg Open High Low Vol
Gold Aug 2017 1,269.70 -1.70 -0.13% 1,270.10 1,270.60 1,268.00 56.76k
Silver Jul 2017 17.39 0.06 0.36% 17.40 17.43 17.38 12.21k
Copper Jul 2017 2.56 -0.01 -0.27% 2.57 2.57 2.56 9.15k
Platinum Jul 2017 956.20 -6.70 -0.70% 957.30 957.90 955.30 5.11k
Palladium Sep 2017 794.00 7.30 0.93% 796.25 796.25 792.90 2.11k

Consumer

Company Price Chg %Chg Open High Low Vol
Cocoa Jul 2017 1,911.00 0.00 0.00% -- -- -- --
Coffee Jul 2017 1.31 0.00 0.00% -- -- -- --
Cotton Jul 2017 0.77 0.00 0.00% -- -- -- --

Agriculture

Company Price Chg %Chg Open High Low Vol
Corn Jul 2017 374.25 5.00 1.35% 374.00 374.75 368.75 113.52k
Oat Jul 2017 244.25 2.25 0.93% 242.00 245.00 241.25 197.00
Rough Rice Jul 2017 10.98 0.05 0.41% 10.94 11.00 10.85 231.00
Soybeans Jul 2017 926.50 -13.00 -1.38% 926.25 941.00 925.25 96.35k
Soybean Meal Jul 2017 301.80 -2.90 -0.95% 302.10 305.10 301.30 39.32k
Soy Oil Jul 2017 31.60 -0.44 -1.37% 31.62 32.13 31.55 48.66k
Dry Whey Jun 2017 48.93 0.00 0.00% -- -- -- --
Cbot Wheat Future Jul 2017 438.25 7.50 1.74% 438.00 439.00 429.25 46.33k

Meat & Cattle

Company Price Chg %Chg Open High Low Vol
Live Cattle Jun 2017 122.63 -0.08 -0.06% -- -- -- --
Feeder Cattle Aug 2017 147.20 0.25 0.17% -- -- -- --
Lean Hogs Jul 2017 81.75 -0.15 -0.18% -- -- -- --

Oil & Gas/Energy

Company Price Chg %Chg Open High Low Vol
Crude Oil Jul 2017 49.92 0.12 0.24% 50.07 50.07 49.84 150.95k
Heating Oil Jul 2017 1.57 0.00 0.18% 1.57 1.57 1.57 5.44k
Natural Gas Jul 2017 3.21 -0.10 -2.93% 3.21 3.21 3.19 23.13k
Rbob Gasoline Jul 2017 1.63 0.00 0.27% 1.63 1.63 1.63 7.67k

Building

Company Price Chg %Chg Open High Low Vol
Lumber Jul 2017 355.00 0.80 0.23% -- -- -- --

The Dow Jones

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a stock market index of many names. Often called the Industrial Average, the Dow, the Dow Jones or the Dow 30. It was envisioned by a Wall Street Journal editor, Charles Dow. The purpose of the Dow is to show how a selection of the top public US companies are trading.