CRB Index Key Stats
^CRB Level Range, Past 5 Years
|Minimum||155.53||Feb 11 2016|
|Maximum||358.63||May 04 2011|
The Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Index is a commodity futures price index. It was first calculated by Commodity Research Bureau, Inc. in 1957 and made its inaugural appearance in the 1958 CRB Commodity Year Book. The Index was originally composed of 28 commodities, 26 of which were traded on exchanges in the U.S. and Canada, and two cash markets. It included barley and flaxseed from the Winnipeg exchange; cocoa, coffee "B", copper, cotton, cottonseed oil, grease wool, hides, lead, potatoes, rubber, sugar #4, sugar #6, wool tops and zinc from New York exchanges; and corn, eggs, lard, oats, onions, rye, soybeans, soybean meal, soybean oil and wheat from Chicago exchanges. In addition to those 26 markets, the Index also included the spot New Orleans cotton and Minneapolis wheat markets which were added to balance some commodities repeated in the Index as by-products of other commodities.
^CRB Excel Add-In Codes
- Index Code: ^CRB
- Index Name: =YCI("^CRB","name")
- Latest Level: =YCP("^CRB","level")
- Last 5 Levels: =YCS("^CRB","level","-4")
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