Commodities Suffer as Dollar Returns with Vengeance

Markets reopened in the United States after a holiday, and the US dollar returned with vengeance. The currency dominates the Forex market as of now, and this means that dollar-priced

Commodities Mixed During Quiet Trading

Markets are struggling to find direction today due to quiet trading. Volumes are lower than usual as the holiday in the United States means that …

Technical Analysis, May 25th — May 29th

The technical analysis, that includes the indicators’ data and major pivot points for Brent Oil, Gold, Silver and Copper as traded on spot market as of May 23rd, 2015:…

Commodities Under Selling Pressure Ahead of Weekend

Commodities were under selling pressure today after the US inflation data and the speech of Janet Yellen, Chairwomen of the Federal Reserve, …

Futures for Crude Oil Gain on Thursday

Prices for crude oil soared due to easing concerns about oversupply on the market. Tensions in the Middle East also played their part in propelling futures higher.…

Traders Sell Wheat to Book Profits

Futures for delivery of wheat declined during the Tuesday trading session. The reason for the drop was profit-taking after prices rallied to the highest level in almost six weeks. …

Metal Market Suffers from Stronger Dollar

Not only the energy market suffered from the strength of the US dollar today, but the metal market as well. The currency surged on the back of …

Energy Market in Bear Mode During Tuesday Trading

The energy market was in a bear mode today as crude oil and natural gas demonstrated substantial losses. One of the reasons for the poor performance was the rally of the dollar. …

Technical Analysis, May 18th — May 22nd

The technical analysis, that includes the indicators’ data and major pivot points for Brent Oil, Gold, Silver and Copper as traded on spot market as of May 16th, 2015:…

Soft US Dollar Propels Precious Metals Higher

Gold rallied today on the back of the weakening dollar. Most other precious metals joined the rally with the exception of palladium. The US currency was falling lately …


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