Oil futures lost ground again Friday, falling on worries over a growing supply glut and a rallying U.S. dollar.
- Created on Friday, 19 September 2014 16:48
- Written by William Watts Sept 19, 2014 Marketwatch
- Created on Friday, 19 September 2014 16:33
- Written by Whitney McFerron and Phoebe Sedgman - Sep 19, 2014 Bloomberg
Wheat extended declines to a four-year low in Chicago and Paris amid prospects of record global crops and decreasing demand for supplies from the U.S., the world’s biggest exporter.
- Created on Friday, 19 September 2014 16:30
- Written by Debarati Roy and Nicholas Larkin - Sep 19, 2014 Bloomberg
Gold futures fell to an eight-month low as equities surged to a record, crimping demand for the precious metal as an alternative asset. Silver tumbled below $18 an ounce to the cheapest in four years.
- Created on Thursday, 18 September 2014 16:27
- Written by Agrimoney.com - Published 18/09/2014
Europe's farmers will this year achieve record corn and wheat production, Strategie Grains said, upgrading its estimates for both harvests, although restating its concern over the quality of the wheat crop.
- Created on Thursday, 18 September 2014 16:21
- Written by Mark Shenk - Sep 18, 2014 Bloomberg
West Texas Intermediate and Brent crudes dropped as a stronger dollar curbed the appeal of commodities to investors looking for a store of value.
- Created on Thursday, 18 September 2014 16:15
- Written by Debarati Roy and Nicholas Larkin - Sep 18, 2014 Bloomberg
Gold futures tumbled to an eight-month low after the Federal Reserve raised its outlook for interest rates, crimping demand for an inflation hedge.
- Created on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 16:26
- Written by Agrimoney.com - Published 17/09/2014
US officials have greatly overstated cotton export prospects for Brazil, with low prices to prompt a bigger cut in output than had been thought, leaving the country unlikely to regain its title of the world's third-ranked shipper.
- Created on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 16:21
- Written by Whitney McFerron and Phoebe Sedgman - Sep 17, 2014 Bloomberg
Corn fell for the first time this week in Chicago as farmers in the U.S., the world’s top grower, begin harvesting what’s expected to be the largest crop on record. Wheat also dropped.
- WTI Crude Falls From 2-Week High as U.S. Inventories Rise
- Grain prices reteat amid relief at US acreage data
- U.S. Stocks Rise While Oil, Copper Rally as PBOC Adds Stimulus
- Oil Rises as OPEC Sec-General Says Group May Cut Target
- Hefty US yield upgrades send grain prices plunging
- Sugar Set for Longest Slump This Year on Expanding Glut
- Being a stock-market bull just got a lot harder
- Rains lift chance of Brazil boosting world crop glut