Commodities moves: LME CTO leaves, Cogolludo to head Citi commodities, and more – Risk.net

The London Metal Exchange’s chief technology officer, John Lee, will leave at the end of March, the LME confirmed.  Lee joined the LME in January 2015 from NYSE Euronext, where he worked as global head of the project management office and IT executive for the clearing business, overseeing clearing technology at NYSE Euronext Liffe and […]

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Chicago Agriculture Commodities Finished Mixed – Live Trading News – Live Trading News

Chicago Agriculture Commodities Finished Mixed $CORN, $WEAT, $SOYB Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agriculture commodities finished mixed Thursday, with Corn and Wheat futures rising in largely technical-driven trading as investors awaited crop supply and demand estimates from US Department of Agriculture(USDA) due early Friday. The most active Corn contract for March delivery added 1c, or […]

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Commodity outlook in the Year of the Dog – City A.M.

We are now in the Chinese Year of the Dog. With China being the main driver of commodity markets – and Britain’s blue chip miners enjoying a long bull run – what is the outlook for commodities for the rest of the year? China’s seemingly insatiable desire for commodities will slow. The country is seeking […]

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Global Commodities Weekly Roundup: February 22 – CommodityHQ.com

CommodityHQ.com Global Commodities Weekly Roundup: February 22CommodityHQ.comCommodityHQ.com provides weekly information about any material impact of a major economic, corporate and/or geopolitical event on the global commodities market. The report also analyzes the weekly change in prices of the major commodity futures and … […]

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Gold Bullion Steadies from Fed Minutes Fall, Banks Tip Commodities vs. Inflation – BullionVault

BullionVault Gold Bullion Steadies from Fed Minutes Fall, Banks Tip Commodities vs. InflationBullionVaultGold Bullion Steadies from Fed Minutes Fall, Banks Tip Commodities vs. Inflation. Thursday, 2/22/2018 14:03. GOLD BULLION rallied just $3 off a 1-week low versus the rebounding Dollar on Thursday as world stock markets fell after notes from the Federal …Kiwi follows Wall […]

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Macquarie Bank says that commodities are a good bet right now – ForexLive

Macquarie Bank’s chief economist Ric Deverell with some comments in a research note Deverell argues that with the US dollar expected to weaken further and a diminishing list of alternative assets, stronger global growth is a clear positive for commodities. He says that “in this world, we think the time for reconsidering commodities has come, […]

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