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IMF Commodity Symbols

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This is a list of symbols of all IMF commodity series. The list includes 63 symbols and it was retrieved from the IMF, International Monetary Fund website (www.imf.org). The commodity indices and series belong to one of the following categories: Food, Beverages, Agricultural raw materials, Metals and Energy.

The following object (IMF Commodity Prices) allows you to download historical data for all these IMF commodity symbols.

Here is a sample of the IMF commodity series:
PFOODW - Food Index: Cereals, vegetable oils, protein meals, meats, seafood, sugar, bananas and oranges
PNRGW - Commodity Fuel (energy) Index, 2005 = 100, includes Crude oil (petroleum), Natural Gas, and Coal Price Indices
PSAWORE - Sawnwood, average of softwoods, U.S. West coast
POLVOIL - Olive Oil, less that 1.5% FFA
PSOIL - Soybean Oil, Dutch, fob ex-mill
POILDUB - Oil, Dubai, medium, Fateh 32 API, fob Dubai
PSUGAISA - Sugar, International Sugar Agreement price
POILAPSP - Oil, Average of U.K. Brent, Dubai, and West Texas Intermediate
POILBRE - Oil, UK Brent, light blend 38 API, fob U.K.
PSUNO - Sunflower Oil, any origin, ex-tank Rotterdam
PWHEAMT - Wheat, U.S. number 1 HRW, fob Gulf of Mexico
PZINC - Zinc, LME, high grade, cif UK


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