One man shook a $42 trillion bond market last week, highlighting just how vulnerable bond prices are to shocks.
- Created on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 16:43
- Written by Lisa Abramowicz - Oct 1, 2014 BLOOMBERG
- Created on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 16:40
- Written by Agrimoney.com - Published 01/10/2014
Goldman Sachs cut forecasts for grain and cotton futures, citing ample supplies, but was particularly downbeat over prospects for soybean prices, foreseeing a further slump to levels not seen since 2008.
- Created on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 16:33
- Written by Christine Buurma and Chou Hui Hong - Oct 1, 2014 BLOOMBERG
The U.S. natural gas boom is poised to go global as the government approves projects that will export the fuel to buyers from Tokyo to New Delhi.
- Created on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 16:36
- Written by Joe Deaux and Nicholas Larkin - Sep 30, 2014 BLOOMBERG
Gold futures fell to the lowest since January as the outlook for higher U.S. interest rates helped strengthen the dollar, curbing demand for the metal as an alternative investment. Silver dropped to a four-year low.
- Created on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 16:32
- Written by Moming Zhou - Sep 30, 2014 BLOOMBERG
West Texas Intermediate and Brent crudes headed for the biggest quarterly decline in more than two years as ample supply shielded the market from the risk of disruption from conflict in the Middle East.
- Created on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 16:28
- Written by Megan Durisin - Sep 30, 2014 BLOOMBERG
Soybean futures headed for the longest string of monthly losses since 2008 as improving crop conditions bolster the outlook for a record harvest in the U.S, the world’s biggest grower.
- Created on Monday, 29 September 2014 16:53
- Written by Eric Yep Sept 29, 2014 Marketwatch
Crude-oil futures were lower in Asian trading hours Monday with the premium of Brent crude over Nymex WTI still under $4 a barrel after narrowing sharply last week.
- Created on Monday, 29 September 2014 16:47
- Written by Lydia Mulvany - Sep 29, 2014 BLOOMBERG
Corn futures rebounded from a five-year low and soybeans climbed from the cheapest since 2010 on speculation that rain in the Midwest will delay the harvest in the U.S., the world’s biggest grower of the crops.
- Gold Rises on Investment Demand as Global Equities Drop
- Wheat area for 2015 harvest to hit 17-year high
- Gold Drops as U.S. Economy Expands Most Since End of 2011
- Corn Prices Slump to Five-Year Low on Bumper U.S. Crop
- Copper Falls to 14-Week Low as Durable-Goods Orders Drop
- Gold Rebounds From Eight-Month Low as U.S. Equities Slide
- IGC lifts world grain harvest hopes near to record
- Sugar prices bounce as Brazilian output falters