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ShareCast News - Commodities

Commodities: Saudi and Russia signal potential for deal to raise output

(Sharecast News) - Commodities sank as Russia and Saudi Arabia said a deal between major producers to boost their oil output might be on the cards and the US dollar raced back towards its best levels in almost a year.
[14 Jun '18 21:18]

Commodities: WTI gains on weekly stockpile data, despite record US crude output

(Sharecast News) - Commodity prices were mostly higher on Wednesday, as the US dollar eased lower and following the release of a bullish set of weekly crude oil inventory figures.
[13 Jun '18 19:01]

Commodities: USDA cuts Russian wheat crop forecast, cotton near 52-week high

(Sharecast News) - Tuesday appeared set to be a near mirror image of the previous session's price action, with agriculture futures bouncing back sharply alongside losses in energy futures.
[12 Jun '18 18:58]

Commodities: Agriculture futures sag, Brent reverse early losses

(Sharecast News) - Commodities were mostly lower at the start of the week, following the acrimonious end to the G-7 summit at the weekend that saw the US unexpectedly back-out of a joint communique in which the rest of the assembled economic powers committed to fighting against protectionism.
[11 Jun '18 20:24]

Commodities: WTI drops amid rising US dollar, American crude exports

(Sharecast News) - Commodities were slightly weaker at the end of the week, with traders pushing West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures lower on the back of a stronger US dollar and rising US oil output.
[1 Jun '18 19:29]

Commodities: US dollar strength, trade news weighs on complex

(Sharecast News) - Commodities were pushed lower across the board as the US dollar spot index moved towards its loftiest levels since July on the back of the political deadlock in Italy.
[29 May '18 21:22]

Commodities: Agriculture futures jump back on trade deal hopes

(Sharecast News) - Agriculture futures were again seeing strong gains on Wednesday, ignoring upwards pressure on the US dollar, as is often the case.
[23 May '18 20:27]

Commodities: WTI futures jump on risk of new Iran sanctions, soybeans gain on China deal

(Sharecast News) - Commodities clocked in with solid gains at the start of the week, despite strength in the US dollar, amid the risk of historic sanctions against Tehran.
[21 May '18 20:24]

Commodities: Dollar strength weighs on WTI and copper, but wheat jumps back

(Sharecast News) - Losses in the energy space and among base metals was offset by strong gains in agricultural commodities at the end of the week.
[20 May '18 19:49]

Commodities: Brent tops $80 per barrel for the first time since 2014

(Sharecast News) - Moves in the commodities space were muted on Thursday, despite the news headlines around oil after Brent crude futures topped the $80 per barrel mark for the first time since 2014.
[17 May '18 21:11]

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