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ShareCast News - Commodities

Commodities: Futures slip as Chinese investors return from their break

(Sharecast News) - Commodities started the week on a downbeat note, with investors treading cautiously ahead of the second round of US-China trade talks that had kicked-off earlier on Monday, in Beijing.
[11 Feb '19 21:57]

Energy and soft commodities gain, metals lower

(Sharecast News) - Stronger-than-expected economic data out of the States for the month of January, together with a 'bullish' set of weekly oil rig count figures from Baker Hughes served to push most energy futures higher at the end of the week.
[1 Feb '19 19:44]

Commodities: WTI, gasoline jump on latest DoE data

(Sharecast News) - Energy was the strongest segment of the commodity market on Wednesday, on the back of the latest official US crude oil inventory figures and later in the session by a large move lower in the Greenback after the US central bank sounded a more dovish than expected note on policy.
[30 Jan '19 20:22]

Commodities: Saudi pledges deeper oil output cuts

(Sharecast News) - Commodity futures bounced back on Tuesday, helped by improved risk appetite and a commitment from Saudi to reign in crude oil output further.
[29 Jan '19 20:03]

Commodities: Energy futures hammered as investors call time on risk rally

(Sharecast News) - Energy futures were hammered at the start of the week on the back of the latest weekly oil rig count data showing the first increase of 2019.
[28 Jan '19 20:22]

Commodities: US energy futures gain after latest DoE inventory numbers

(Sharecast News) - Rising energy futures in the States buoyed the entire complex on Thursday, despite a good bid in the US dollar.
[24 Jan '19 22:10]

Commodities: Brent, copper futures drop amid trade worries and political tensions

(Sharecast News) - Commodity futures came under selling pressure at the start of the week, with only precious metals and wheat managing to keep their heads above water, as investors in the States returned from the long weekend to find that the federal government shutdown was continuing and began eyeing the next phase of US-China trade talks at the end of the month.
[22 Jan '19 13:27]

Commodities: Copper slips after weak China GDP numbers

(Sharecast News) - Commodities were little changed at the start of the week, with most markets closed in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in the States, including the Chicago Board of Trade.
[21 Jan '19 17:33]

Commodities: Brent gains on trade hopes, drop in US rig count

(Sharecast News) - Energy and base metals moved higher at the end of the week on the back of positive-sounding news around the US-China trade talks and as more details emerged regarding the first round of talks between Beijing and Washington at the beginning of January.
[18 Jan '19 19:23]

Commodities: Oil, copper gain on China stimulus

(Sharecast News) - Energy futures snapped higher in late trading as the Greenback cut its earlier advance following news of a landslide rejection of the British Prime Minister's Brexit proposal.
[15 Jan '19 21:51]

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