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about Inflation.
The West is lying again.

There are two types of trading.
One is "over-the-counter (OTC)."
And, the other is Exchange Trading (Market Trading).

The West is talking about Exchange Trading Prices (Market Trading Prices.)

When the trading is one-to-one trading (negotiation transaction), the price is decided by the agreement of both nations.
(Of course, in some cases, the one-to-one trading price may be linked to the Exchange Trading Prices (Market Trading Prices), in order to hedge price risks.)
(But, the U.S says "In Weapons Sales, there are special prices for friendly nations.")

You can decide prices.

The U.S. has been making money by controlling the prices of commodities.
The U.S. is forcing the world to trade in the U.S. Markets, in order to make money easily.
Wheat is traded in Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
Oil is traded in New York Mercantile Exchange.
In 1972, the U.S. started financial futures contracts, offering contracts on seven foreign currencies.
In 1980s, in Ronald Reagan Era, the U.S. started Eurodollar futures, stock index futures and options on futures contract for U.S. Treasury Bond futures.

The West, especially the U.S.developed the current system (such as capitalism and financing-centered economy). 
(What is more, the West, especially the U.S., developed the current system, in order to make money easily.)
Under this system, the West must solve the problem of famine.
The U.S. has been occupying the executive director of the World Food Programme.

Non-Western Countries will save the World with Communism Style.
Non-Western Countries will save the World with Non-Capitalism Style.

The West says "Capitalism Style Relief" or "Relief by financing-centered  economy."
I cannot understand what kind of methods "Capitalism Style Relief" or "Relief by financing-centered  economy" are.

The West build Exploitation, Predation and Capitalism economies.
And, the West says "The West will save the World."

I cannot understand what the West is talking about.

The U.S. has been occupying the executive director of the World Food Programme.
The West has been hijacking WFP, in order to make money easily.
The West has been hijacking the U.N.

The West must buy commodities at very high prices.
All Western Countries must fall into Hell.

The ranking of Wheat exports by countries is Russia, United States, Canada, France, Ukraine, Australia, Argentina, Germany, Kazakhstan and Poland.
The U.S. is making money even in Wheat Market.
The U.S. can boycott Wheat, as the U.S. has been doing in Oil Market.
But, the U.S. does not boycott.
The U.S. is making money dirtily.

[CME Group]
Timeline of CME Achievements
1972 - CME launches first financial futures contracts, offering contracts on seven foreign currencies
1975 - CBOT launches first interest rate futures, offering a contract on the Government National Mortgage Association
1981- CME launches first cash-settled futures contract, Eurodollar futures
1982 - CME launches first successful stock index futures contract, S&P 500 Index futures CBOT launches first options on futures contract for U.S. Treasury Bond futures
1987 - CME pioneers electronic futures trading with conceptualization and initiation of development of CME Globex platform
1992 - First electronic futures trades are made on CME Globex electronic trading platform

Chicago Mercantile Exchange
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) (often called "the Chicago Merc", or "the Merc") is a global derivatives marketplace based in Chicago and located at 20 S. Wacker Drive. 
For example, as of 2017, agricultural contracts were offered on products such as wheat, corn, soybeans, and lean hogs.

New York Mercantile Exchange
The New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) is a commodity futures exchange owned and operated by CME Group of Chicago. 
The New York Mercantile Exchange handles billions of dollars' worth of oil transactions, energy carriers, metals, and other commodities being bought and sold on the trading floor and the overnight electronic trading computer systems for future delivery.

World Food Programme
List of executive directors
9 Catherine Bertini ( United States) (April 1992 – April 2002)
10 James T. Morris ( United States) (April 2002 – April 2007)
11 Josette Sheeran ( United States) (April 2007 – April 2012)
12 Ertharin Cousin ( United States) (April 2012 – April 2017)
13 David Beasley ( United States) (April 2017 – present)

List of countries by wheat exports
1     Russia
2     United States    
3     Canada    
4     France    
5     Ukraine    
6     Australia    
7     Argentina    
8     Germany    
9     Kazakhstan    
10     Poland    


My English skill is quite low.
I do not know jargon much.


We have Labor Unions (Trade Unions), in order to protect the Rights of Workers.
We cannot let the Market decide the Value of Workers.

And, so, we need OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries), in order to protect Non-Western Countries.


Auction Market: Definition, How It Works in Trading, and Examples
What Is an Auction Market?
In an auction market, buyers enter competitive bids and sellers submit competitive offers at the same time.
The price at which a stock trades represents the highest price that a buyer is willing to pay and the lowest price that a seller is willing to accept.
Matching bids and offers are then paired together, and the orders are executed.
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is an example of an auction market.
Auction Market Process
The process involved in an auction market differs from the process in an over-the-counter (OTC) market.
On the NYSE, for example, there are no direct negotiations between individual buyers and sellers, while negotiations occur in OTC trades.
Most traditional auctions involve multiple potential buyers or bidders, but only a single seller, whereas auction markets for securities have multiple buyers and multiple sellers, all looking to make deals simultaneously.

[CMC Markets]
Bid and ask price
The bid and ask price is essentially the best prices that a trader is willing to buy and sell for.
The bid price is the highest price a buyer is prepared to pay for a financial instrument​​, while the ask price is the lowest price a seller will accept for the instrument.
The difference between the bid price and ask price is often referred to as the bid-ask spread.



The U.S. does not understand even what is Market, though U.S. is proud that the U.S. built Market,
It is obvious why American Markets will collapse.