"Commodity": A good which is supplied without qualitative differentiation across a market. Traditionally a commodity was a physical raw material that was an essential ingredient in a manufactured product. The definition has expanded to encompass manufactured basic industrial inputs such as steel and even intangible rights such as carbon emissions created by legislation rather than by nature.
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