Waking giant stirs as China reshapes global commodities – Euromoney magazine

Over the past three decades, China has driven and shaped demand for commodities worldwide as its phenomenal growth and unprecedented infrastructure boom has moved not only mountains of earth but global markets too. That power to shape markets has continued despite a recent slowdown in growth. China’s demand for base metals and iron ore now […]

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Commodities Have Bottomed – Which One Is Poised For The Greatest Return? – Palisade Research (registration) (blog)

Palisade Research August 16, 2017 In the last couple of years, we have seen the majority of commodities bottom out, finally seeing some signs of life. The majority of the rebounds occurred from late-2015 to early 2016. Molybdenum led the pack after its mini-resurgence and subsequent fall, while nickel experienced the same path, bottoming out […]

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Chicago Agriculture Commodities Finished Lower – Live Trading News

$CORN, $WEAT, $SOYB Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agriculture grains futures finished lower Tuesday with Corn and Wheat posting more than 2% losses on the day The most active Corn contract for December delivery fell 7.75 cents, or 2.06%, to 3.685 bu. December Wheat delivery went down 11.75 cents, or 2.51% to 4.56 bu. November […]

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Precious Metals and Commodities Weekly – MarketPulse (blog)

[embedded content] Senior Market Analyst, Jeffrey Halley takes you on a walk through of precious metals, energy, industrial and soft commodities. Using charts Jeffrey gives his outlook on each of the individual markets and the factors driving them. This week’s highlight is definitely the price action in the “softs” following the USDA’s grain-ageddon last week. […]

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Chicago agricultural commodities settle lower – Xinhua

Video PlayerClose CHICAGO, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) — Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) grains futures closed lower on Tuesday with corn and wheat posting more than two percent losses. The most active corn contract for December delivery fell 7.75 cents, or 2.06 percent, to 3.685 dollars per bushel. December wheat delivery went down 11.75 cents, or […]

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Commodities Were Weak in Early Hours of August 15 – Market Realist

Pre-Market Research: Global Markets Strengthen Amid Risk Appetite PART 4 OF 4 By Val Kensington  | Aug 15, 2017 10:32 am EDT Crude oil Commodities were weak in the early hours of Tuesday, August 15, with a firm dollar. Crude oil prices fell lower for two consecutive trading weeks amid oversupply concerns. Crude oil continued […]

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