Answered By: Mark Mounts Last Updated: Jul 14, 2017 Views: 1608
1. Use Bloomberg (located in Feldberg Library on all public computers). Type CMDTY, hit GO, and then hit HELP.
2. Use Global Financial Data which features commodity prices back to the 1500s. Use the Data Series drop-down to find Commodity Indices or Commodity Prices. (Login anonymously or create your own account - read instructions)
3. For historical prices of options going back 13 years, use OptionMetrics in WRDS: Wharton Research Data Services (Located in Feldberg Library from public computers on 1st floor and in Baker/Berry Library, ask at Reference Desk for locations.)
4. Use CRB Commodity Yearbook