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By Carl Larry | April 29, 2015
By Mark Shenk, Bloomberg | December 15, 2014
Speculators added to wagers that the slump in oil futures, the worst since the global recession, is ending. Prices kept falling anyway.
By Debarati Roy and Nicholas Larkin, Bloomberg | December 2, 2014
Gold and silver futures fell as the dollar’s rebound and a slump in energy costs eroded demand for the precious metals as a store of value.
By Moming Zhou, Bloomberg | November 25, 2014
Crude oil futures fell in the run-up to this week’s OPEC meeting as traders weighed prospects for the first cut in production quotas since 2008.
By Carl Larry | October 31, 2014
There’s a cycle to everything in life, and this time it’s the bottom of the barrel for oil futures. We’ll have our day in the sun again, but for now it’s wave and say good bye.
By Anthony Lazzara | September 23, 2014
The E-mini S&P 500 futures are down 4 points to 1982.25, after a brief morning rally to 1988. 1993 is our first key resistance level...
By Ranjeetha Pakiam and Chong Pooi Koon, Bloomberg | June 10, 2014
A moderate El Nino weather pattern would reduce palm oil output by as much as 12 percent in Malaysia, the world’s second-largest producer, IOI Corp. Chief Executive Officer Lee Yeow Chor said.
By Phil Flynn | January 22, 2014
Record cold and record demand are playing havoc in certain spot markets, driving markets crazy. Natural gas prices are rising and big swings in heating oil futures as the market tries to balance strong demand with supply.
By Phil Flynn | January 17, 2014
Record demand and production curtailed by cold still allowed natural gas to close at a new high for the year but not really breakout from overhead resistance.
By Hilary Till | November 3, 2013
Once Chicago became a transportation hub and grain terminal in the mid-19th Century, grain merchants had to figure out how to manage the price risk for their accumulating volume of grain inventories.