Commodities For Breakfast

May 25, 2022 6:49 AM ET1 Comment
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  • The S&P GSCI Dynamic Roll Breakfast (OJ 5% Capped) is a global production-weighted index offering another example of thematic ways to look at commodities allocations within portfolios.
  • The heavy agriculture weighting of the index, at roughly 90%, is the clear main driver of performance for breakfast.
  • A growing concern among central bankers regarding food inflation serves to highlight the importance of agricultural commodities to the global economy from both a societal and environmental perspective.

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By Jim Wiederhold

Except for intermittent fasting groups or keto dieters who tend to skip it, breakfast is considered by many to be the most important meal of the day. Now, there is a reliable and publicly available

breakfast commodities three-year performance

Other commodities percentage weightings as of April 29, 2022

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