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Oil Rebounds After US Inventories Fall More than Expected

West Texas Intermediate crude oil rallied today, erasing its previous losses. Curiously, Brent crude failed to join the rally initially, though …

Gold Rallies as Fed Loses Patience

Gold and other precious metals rallied, erasing the earlier losses, after the Federal Reserve made a monetary policy announcement today. The monetary …

Soybean Plunges 1% as US 2018–19 Soybean Exports Fell 4% in May

Soybean futures are trading lower midweek as new data show that 2018–2019 US soybean exports fell 4% in May. Analysts are blaming …

Commodities Trade Lower Ahead of Fed Policy Announcement

West Texas Intermediate crude oil was little changed today, while Brent crude declined as traders were cautious ahead of Federal Reserve’s

Video: Crude Oil as of June 19, 2019

In the present video, Phil Carr from The Gold and Silver Club discusses crude oil as of June 19, 2019. The video explains fundamentals that will be …

Crude Oil Surges on Range of Factors, Wait for API Report

Prices for crude oil surged during the Tuesday’s session. Market analysts named a range of reasons for the sharp gains. One of them was the escalating tensions between …

Video: Gold as of June 18, 2019

In the present video, Phil Carr from The Gold and Silver Club discusses gold as of June 18, 2019. He starts the video with mentioning the fact that …

Copper Rises 1% on Supply Disruptions, Deficit Forecasts

Copper futures are rallying on Tuesday, buoyed by supply disruptions in South America that support forecasts that the industry will face a deficit within the next …

Gold Dips As June Fed Rate Cut Unexpected Ahead of FOMC Meeting

Gold futures are trading lower to kick off the trading week as the market is not expecting the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates at its …

Bitcoin Prices Soar to $9,000 on Facebook and Binance News

The world’s largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, saw its prices rise to more than $9,300 on Sunday, representing a new 2019 high

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