James Harte| Commodities-Fundamental|31/07/2017,16:39:34
Copper prices exploded to their highest level in over two years this week thanks to US Dollar weakness and a China-related story which has been fuelling commodity markets.
Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury| Commodities-Fundamental|19/07/2017,14:33:52
A week ago, both metals were sinking, Gold almost tested $1200, while Silver crashed to $14 before recovering quickly above $15 the next day.
Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury| Commodities-Fundamental|07/07/2017,09:45:09
Precious metals are on course to post its second weekly decline in a row, including Gold and Silver as global bond yields keep on rising.
James Harte| Commodities-Fundamental|30/06/2017,11:48:39
The red metal printed its second consecutive positive week benefiting from a weaker US Dollar.
By XM.COM| Commodities-Fundamental|21/06/2017,18:39:18
Crude oil prices fell by 2% on Tuesday as investors continued to fret about the lingering oversupply, which is showing no sign of easing despite 6 months of output restrictions by major producers.
After surging higher last week, Copper prices fell sharply lower this week as the US Federal Reserve raised rates for the second time this year. Citing strong economic growth and labour market conditions ...........
Last week, metals continued to rise further, Gold managed to post a new high of the year, while Silver underperformed Gold and remained far from this year’s high.
Yesterday, Crude Oil prices advanced and closed the day higher, posting the highest level since the beginning of this month.
By Tradingserve | Commodities-Fundamental|26/04/2017,
The weaker U.S. Dollar doesn’t seem to be influencing the price action either. Gold futures continue to feel the pressure from increased demand for higher-yielding assets.
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