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One man shook a $42 trillion bond market last week, highlighting just how vulnerable bond prices are to shocks.

Read more: Gross Exposes $42 Trillion Bond Market’s Key Flaw in Exit

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.

Read more: Goldman warns on soy as it cuts crop price outlook

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.

Read more: U.S. Gas Boom Turns Global as LNG Exports to Shake Up Market

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.

Read more: Gold Falls to Lowest Since January as Dollar Advances

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.

Read more: Oil Set for Biggest Quarterly Drop Since 2012 on Supply

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.

Read more: Soybeans Head for Longest Slump Since 2008 Bumper Crop

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.

Read more: Oil futures subdued, Brent-WTI spread stays under $4/bbl

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.

Read more: Corn Rises From Five-Year Low, Soy Gains on Rain Concerns

 
 
 
 
 

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