CRB Index increased 75.09 points or 42.12% since the beginning of 2021, according to trading on a contract for difference (CFD) that tracks the benchmark market for this commodity.

Historically, CRB Commodity Index reached an all time high of 470.17 in July of 2008. CRB Commodity Index - data, forecasts, historical chart - was last updated on November of 2021.

CRB Commodity Index is expected to trade at 252.87 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate it to trade at 262.24 in 12 months time.

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CRB Commodity Index

Price Day Month Year
Baltic Dry 2,654.00 -61.00 -2.25% -37.66% 121.72%
CRB Index 253.38 0.25 0.10% -0.91% 48.70%
LME Index 4,484.40 59.30 1.34% -1.48% 36.77%
S&P GSCI 2,868.01 2.68 0.09% -2.21% 52.95%
EU Carbon Permits 72.91 3.74 5.41% 23.60% 163.98%
Wind Energy Index 336.47 1.34 0.40% -7.30% 0.67%
Nuclear Energy Index 1,415.89 2.66 0.19% -2.14% 15.55%
Solar Energy Index 446.99 -1.50 -0.33% 1.32% 18.09%

CRB Commodity Index
Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Index is calculated using arithmetic average of commodity futures prices with monthly rebalancing. The index consists of 19 commodities: Aluminum, Cocoa, Coffee, Copper, Corn, Cotton, Crude Oil, Gold, Heating Oil, Lean Hogs, Live Cattle, Natural Gas, Nickel, Orange Juice, RBOB Gasoline, Silver, Soybeans, Sugar and Wheat. Those commodities are sorted into 4 groups, with different weightings: Energy: 39%, Agriculture: 41%, Precious Metals: 7%, Base/Industrial Metals: 13%.