As a safeguard, all members would be required to report stock, bond, or commodity transactions every few weeks.
The lead regulator, the commodity Futures Trading Commission, has handed down its biggest ever fine: $200 million.
He has made us think about whether health care is a commodity or a human right.
LaBeouf is shrewd enough to recognize that in Hollywood, he is a commodity and a valuable one.
After Animal House, Doug Kenney was a hot property, a commodity to be fawned over and fought for.
If I foresee a dearth, may I not keep my commodity till then?
He had also a trick to mingle his commodity, that that which was bad might go off with the least mistrust.
A commodity is a drug on the market at one dollar, until somebody is willing to pay a dollar and a half for it.
Here at Athens there is a dearth of the commodity, and all wisdom seems to have emigrated from us to you.
Then for the first time it tackled the heart of the matter, in revising the commodity rates in the great cases now under review.
early 15c., "benefit, profit, welfare;" later "a convenient or useful product," from Middle French commodité "benefit, profit," from Latin commoditatem (nominative commoditas) "fitness, adaptation, convenience, advantage," from commodus "suitable, convenient" (see commode). General sense "property possession" is from c.1500.
Any product manufactured or grown.