Non-energy commodity prices fell by 2.5 percent in September on weaker demand prospects and appreciation of the dollar up 2.9 percent against a broad group of U.S. trading partners. Declines were heaviest for metals, and less so for agriculture products. Energy prices edged higher. Since end-December, energy prices are up 11.6 percent, agriculture prices are up 1.1 percent, while metals have fallen 4.0 percent. Most main commodity indices peaked early in the year and have since declined on slowing demand. This report provide review of the prices of the various commodities in the commodity markets such as non-energy commodity, crude oil, natural gases, agricultural products, metals and minerals, and major movers commodities of the September.