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By Lydia Mulvany, Bloomberg | December 2, 2014
By Jack Scoville | November 20, 2014
Cotton futures closed lower. Trends remain down overall due to a stronger dollar and on fears of world economic growth.
By Jack Scoville | November 13, 2014
OJ futures closed lower. Cold weather has hit much of the U.S. and has reminded many speculators that winter is not that far away.
By Phil Flynn | October 6, 2014
When it comes to the recent tank in oil and other commodities, I have heard many people say "it's just the dollar."
By Bernardo Mariano | September 29, 2014
Hong Kong Exchange: London Metal Exchange increased 2015 trading fees by 34% in order to boost profits, Reuters reported.
By Megan Durisin and Lydia Mulvany, Bloomberg | September 8, 2014
Money managers trimmed bullish gold wagers for a third week, mirroring the retreat in prices that helped erase $1.6 billion from the value of bullion funds.
By Morgane Lapeyre, Bloomberg | September 5, 2014
Coffee (NYBOT:KCV4) is set for the largest shortage in nine years as drought shrinks the crop in Brazil, the biggest grower, according to Volcafe Ltd.
By Andrew Wilkinson | September 5, 2014
Coffee prices jumped due to dry weather in Brazil – the world’s largest producer – as traders projected lower crops resulting from an ongoing moisture deficit ahead of a time crucial for flowering.
By Jack Scoville | August 28, 2014
Cotton demand remains a problem for U.S. sellers as the biggest U.S. customer has not been doing much, although the overall sales pace for the new crop has been strong.
By John Caiazzo | August 18, 2014
A look at the major market moves from last week: Crude, gold, grains and more.