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By Lydia Mulvany, Bloomberg | December 2, 2014
Hedge funds grew more bearish on the outlook for copper, viewed by some analysts as a barometer of the global economy, before prices slumped to a four-year low.
By Nick Gentle and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg | November 17, 2014
Oil retreated while the yen strengthened against most of its peers after Japan unexpectedly slid into a recession.
By Laura Clarke, Bloomberg | October 1, 2014
Platinum futures dropped to a five- year low and palladium declined to a five-month low on signs demand for the metals used in automobile catalytic converters is faltering.
By Rupert Rowling, Bloomberg | August 21, 2014
Brent crude fell with West Texas Intermediate as a measure of Chinese manufacturing missed estimates.
By Stephen Kirkland and Lu Wang, Bloomberg | July 1, 2014
U.S. stocks advanced, oil gained for the first time in four days and Treasuries fell as Chinese factory gauges signaled expansion.
By Grant Smith and Ben Sharples, Bloomberg | June 23, 2014
Brent traded near the highest level since September and West Texas Intermediate was little changed as militants in Iraq seized more territory and President Barack Obama warned that the crisis may spill over into other countries.
By Joseph Ciolli and Callie Bost, Bloomberg | March 20, 2014
“The market has digested and even discounted a bit what Yellen said, and put things into perspective,” Stephen Carl, said.
By Anthony Lazzara | February 3, 2014
Gold shot up this morning on weak economic data, trading as high as $1,264.70, but is now down to $1,259. Our technical levels on gold are clear.
By Bloomberg News | October 31, 2013
A Chinese manufacturing gauge rose more than estimated to an 18-month high in October as output strengthened.