Commodities such as oil, gold, and wheat have played a part in asset allocation decisions for decades, historically providing diversification and inflation protection benefits.
More than 30 years ago, we created the S&P GSCI, a straightforward yet sophisticated measure of commodity beta comprised of the most liquid commodity futures. Today, the S&P GSCI is providing a blueprint for the next generation of commodity indices, targeting specific themes including battery metals, carbon markets, and food security.
What could the convergence of inflation and interest rate tightening mean for commodities? CME Group’s Blu Putnam takes a fundamental look at global commodity markets with S&P DJI’s Jim Wiederhold and Kelsey Stokes.Watch now
The Next 30 Years of Commodity Index Investing
While 30 years is a lifetime in commodities investing, what more can we expect in the next three decades?
Take a closer look at how the commodity landscape has evolved over the first 30 years.
In collaboration with S&P Global Commodity Insights, S&P DJI launched the S&P GSCI Electric Vehicle Metals.
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Get the latest data for S&P GSCI sectors and single commodities.