22 Aug 2017 | 1:21 PM

Commodity Research Reports

Daily | 22 Aug 2017 | 09:29 AM
• North Korea tensions pushed gold prices higher • Oil prices fall after rally prompts profit-taking • Zinc, nickel stretched rally on steel gains
Weekly | 21 Aug 2017 | 07:14 PM
Gold prices retreated on Friday after surging to their highest level in nine months earlier on the back of concerns over US political uncertainty and amid safe haven buying in the wake of a terrorist attack in Spain.  Gold futures for December delivery settled at $1,290.27 on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, after rising as high as $1,306.9 earlier, the highest level since November 11. Gold prices have risen around 11% this year due in large part to the weaker dollar.  The precious metal reversed course after reports that senior White House advisor Steven Bannon was leaving his post, in what was seen as positive for the Trump administration’s agenda.
Daily | 21 Aug 2017 | 09:25 AM
• Gold surges over nine months high to $1,300 • Oil reversed and jumped more than 2 percent • Zinc registered biggest weekly gain since November
Daily | 18 Aug 2017 | 09:24 AM
• Gold rose on Fed caution. • Oil ticked up but stayed near 3-week low as U.S. crude output rose • Copper, aluminium slipped from multi-year highs on profit-taking
Daily | 17 Aug 2017 | 09:31 AM
• Gold edges up after gaining on softer dollar • Oil dipped despite steep draw in U.S. crude stocks • Zinc prices highest in a decade as industrial metals surged
Daily | 16 Aug 2017 | 10:23 AM
Gold falls on strong dollar after U.S. data, easing North Korea tensions Oil prices edge up on falling US crude stocks, but global glut still weighs Base metals enjoy some gains as North Korea takes a less aggressive stance
Weekly | 14 Aug 2017 | 07:21 PM
 Gold prices rose to a two-month high on Friday following a weaker-than-expected U.S. inflation report that investors worried would delay plans for another interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve this year.  Gold futures for December delivery settled up 0.38% at $1,295.00 on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, the highest close since June 6.  A Labor Department report showed that U.S. consumer prices edged up 0.1% in July from the prior month, bringing the annual increase in the consumer price index to 1.2%. The data was the latest in a string of weak inflation readings that investors worry will make the Fed more cautious
Daily | 14 Aug 2017 | 09:53 AM
Highlights: • After the moderate fall in rates seen over last week, prices bounced back from the lower levels for the Agri sector as strong recovery was noted in most counters. Slight weakening in Monsoon rainfall activities over North-West and Central India pushed up the trading activities. Festive season domestic demand and a rise in export demand too supported prices as market sentiments firmed up. • Any weakening of rainfall activities over the next few days may push up prices even higher as overall fundamentals remained bullish. Lack of new crop arrivals amidst rising demand is likely to support prices as of now.
Daily | 14 Aug 2017 | 09:47 AM
• Gold keeps pushing higher, $1,300 on sight • Crude oil fails to hold above $50 despite fundamental support • Profit-taking emerges in base metals as US-North Korea sabre rattling mounts
Daily | 11 Aug 2017 | 09:52 AM
• Gold hit two-month high on Trump, North Korea war of words • Crude oil mixed on caution with Korea tensions • London metals took a breather on N.Korea tensions
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