commodities

commodities
/kamodatiyz/ Those things which are useful or serviceable, particularly articles of merchandise movable in trade. Goods, wares, and merchandise of any kind; articles of trade or commerce. Movable articles of value; things that are bought and sold. This word is a broader term than merchandise, and, in referring to commerce may include almost any article of movable or personal property. Staples such as wool, cotton, etc. which are traded on a commodity exchange and on which there is trading in futures

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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