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Trading industry is usually vibrant and peculiar. Particularly, the prices of commodities change every minute. There is no certainty of what will happen tomorrow. Hence, it is difficult to predict the future behavior of a defined product. Disruptions are part of the day for the trading industry, and commodities are not spared. However, industry experts have devised mechanisms on how to monitor and foretell the performance of products and markets. News updates play a major role in the trading industry since all decisions are based on real-time information. Therefore, traders must be informed on the market trends and what to expect in the near future.

On our news section, you will find numerous news updates and a broad overview of product and market trends. Besides, we give to keep our clients' first-hand information to enable them to make concrete decisions. In addition to our team of experts, we use high-tech tools to monitor and evaluate every activity on the market. 

Latest Commodities News

Coronavirus disrupting the global commodities supply chain

Happy Sunday Invezztors. ‘Uncertainty’ has become a common word in a market characterised by constant swings of global commodity prices.  As of Friday, Europe started decently before dropping, Asia was mixed, while the US futures were down. Brexit went down,...

Crude Oil Prices May Break Below $50 in February

Crude oil prices are down nearly 16% in January, which is the biggest January slide since 1991 for the “black gold”. The price action is now closing down on the key support around the $50 mark. Fundamental analysis: Coronavirus death...

Soaring demand, risk appetite pushing commodity prices

This month we’ve experienced rallies by several commodities following the phase trade deal between China and the US, boosting investor risk appetite and the equity markets. But since the Coronavirus Outbreak, precious metals have been taking the lead as investors...

Gold Price Advances Higher On Coronavirus Fears

China’s coronavirus has continued to spread around Asia and the Middle East as the global economy starts to suffer as well. As a result, investors are pulling out from the high-yielding assets and transferring funds to safe-haven assets, such as...

Gold prices surge amid global fears

Gold is among the few commodities whose prices were soaring as concerns over the Coronavirus Outbreak swept through the markets. As of this morning, the yellow metal was up about 20% higher than last year, as it trades close to...

Oil slides 2% amid news of fast-spreading Coronavirus

Oil prices on Monday morning shed a further 2% off the already trimmed prices after it emerged that Coronavirus can spread without showing symptoms, casting doubts on the containment efforts by the affected countries. The drop marks a multi-month low...

Chevron CEO Shoots Down $100 Oil, Supports Green Projects

Between a drone attack on Saudi oil facilities, attacks on oil vessels in the Strait of Hormuz, and a tense standoff between the U.S. and Iran, oil prices should have spiked substantially higher, right? Wrong, at least according to Chevron...

Olam sees potential in splitting commodities and food businesses

Asia’s agricultural commodities trader Olam International is splitting its business into two, commodities and food units, to tap into the ever-evolving consumer market. The company’s restructuring portrays the soaring need for consumer speciality commodities, in the wake of markets characterised...

Trafigura to secure 6% stake in London-listed commodities producer

Global commodities dealer Trafigura is set to acquire a 6% ownership stake in London-listed oil and gas firm, President Energy. The London Stock Exchange trading company primarily holds assets in Argentina but is headquartered in the UK. Trafigura closed the...

Why Are Oil Prices Falling to Rally on Libya Tensions?

Oil prices moved higher overnight after two big crude production bases in Libya started shutting down as a result of the military blockade. The prices have retreated lower during the European and American session, however, tensions remain high.  Fundamental analysis:...

Lekoil shares take a hit amid loan fraud

AIM-listed Nigerian-headquartered oil explorer Lekoil has temporarily suspended trading of its shares following a loan scandal involving a company that claimed to be working for Qatar Sovereign Investment Fund. A report by Alliance news indicated that the oil producer made...

Gold Prices May Drop 10% Before March

Since gold prices hit $1,611 last week, the highest levels since 2013, the price action has been continuously moving lower in the last few days as trade tensions have eased. The recent market behaviour suggests that the short-term top is...

Medical cannabis market to be unlocked by UK leading oncologist

Commodities-focused trading firm Block Commodities is planning to increase value in African agriculture through the use of blockchain. The company, which recently appointed Professors Andrew Garner and Justin Stebbing as part of its Scientific Advisory Team (SAT), is looking to...

Gold Could Be Your Secret to a Glittering 2020

The idea of investing in commodities might sound rather daunting. Perhaps you think that you would need to be an expert to do this well. This isn’t true, as anyone can invest in the likes oil, gas, corn and copper....

UK Parliament to receive critical farm bill this month

Britain’s minister for environment Theresa Villiers has said that parliament will during the month receive a farming bill that is meant to guide the UK’s agricultural sector following plans to exit the European Union. During the yearly Oxford Farming Conference,...

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