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Concerns over a recession triggered by the U.K vote to leave the European Union has raised investors’ worries about Brexit’s potential impact on energy demand. Since the winter has ended and the summer is on the way, the demand for heating oil is currently at the lowest levels given the off season. Prices of heatingRead More
The latest data from China reported exports of 85,000 tons of refined copper in May. This was a record high for monthly outflows in the last four years. Meanwhile, early in today’s trading session, the greenback extended its recent up-move, with the dollar index DXY continuing to trade around the reading of 96.26, near aRead More
Early in the day today, results from the UK referendum on EU membership brought victory to the “Leave” camp over the “Remain” camp. Global markets went into catastrophe mode – the pound went into a free-fall to hit a record low of 1.32217 against the US dollar – the lowest in over 31 years. ShockedRead More
On Monday (20/6), sugar price suffered a loss after hitting the 3.5-year high of 20.13 a few days earlier, since the recent rise in sugar prices has adversely effected demand in China, the world’s largest importer of sugar. Additionally, the demand for this commodity is badly hurt by the upcoming 20% “sugar tax” on sweetenedRead More
Early on in the week, several opinion polls have shown that the “Remain” camp is recovering some momentum ahead of the “Brexit” referendum, to be held on Thursday. Investors’ appetite for risk is soaring thanks to abating worries on the possibility of Britain opting to leave the EU. Hence, safe-haven assets such as gold seemsRead More
The ongoing dovish stance from central banks across the board, especially from the Fed, has pushed investors towards precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum as a stable store of wealth. Unlike other precious metals, the platinum market has been witnessing a severe supply side deficit in recent years due to strong industrial demandRead More