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Oil prices rebound in Asian trade

Jan 27 2015 07:31

Oil prices have edged up slightly but gains were capped owing to lingering concern about a global supply glut, weak demand and Greece's political future.

Commodities

Oil prices drop as Greek vote pushes up dollar

Jan 26 2015 17:30

Oil prices have fallen as the dollar rallied against the euro after the anti-austerity party Syriza swept to victory in Greece's general elections.

 
GOLD Last updated: Return YTD 1279,881.07(0.08%)
OIL Last updated: Return YTD 47,910.73(1.50%)
PLATINUM Last updated: Return YTD 1256,007.50(0.60%)
SILVER Last updated: Return YTD 17,910.03(0.17%)
Commodities

Oil prices down in Asia

Jan 26 2015 07:46

Oil has fallen in Asia after the anti-austerity party Syriza swept to victory in Greece's general elections, dealing a further blow to the struggling euro.

Commodities

Oil market upheaval looms over Saudi succession

Jan 23 2015 15:52

King Abdullah's death could not have come at a worse time for Saudi Arabia's vital oil sector as the absolute monarchy seeks to reassert its leadership.

Commodities

Oil surges after Saudi King's death

Jan 23 2015 07:29

Oil prices have risen following the death of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, with investors watching to see if his successor will maintain production levels.

Commodities

Oil rebounds ahead of ECB, US supplies report

Jan 22 2015 07:48

Oil prices have lifted a bit from nearly six-year lows as investors took a breather on the eve of a highly anticipated European Central Bank decision on stimulus.

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