Technical Analysis, September 8th — September 12th

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 September 6th, 2014:…

NFP Give Shock to Markets, Mixed Reaction for Commodities

Markets experienced another shocking event after yesterday’s announcement of monetary easing from the European Central Bank. This time the shocker was the release of …

Grains Resume Decline on Yield Outlook

Soybeans sank today as forecasters continue to anticipate a record harvest. Corn and wheat joined in the decline. The grains bounced last week as low prices attracted traders.…

Gains of Dollar Lead to Fall of Precious Metals

Gold fell together with other precious metals today as gains of the dollar drove investors away. The US currency rallied to the highest level since July …

Talks About Cease-Fire in Ukraine Bring Oil Prices Higher

Crude oil rallied today on peace talks between Russia and Ukraine. There were plans for a cease-fire agreement that should stop …

Threat of Sanctions Against Russia Hurts Commodity Markets

Market activity is returning to norm after the period of subdued trading due to the Labor Day holiday in the United States. The major theme that drives …

Technical Analysis, September 1st — September 5th

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 August 30th, 2014:…

Soybeans Bounce from Lows, Corn & Wheat Join in Rally

Soybeans rallied today as low prices attracted traders. Prices fell previously on the forecast of a record harvest in the United States.

The US Department of Agriculture released …

Tensions Between Ukraine & Russia Boost Gold

Escalating tensions between Ukraine and Russia is the major theme that drives markets currently. The most noticeable result of this was the rally of gold. …

Mixed Fundamentals Lead to Mixed Performance of Industrial Metals

Fundamentals were somewhat mixed for industrial metals lately, making various industrial metals perform differently. Copper, nickel and tin fell in London. Meanwhile, aluminum …


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