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Oil near one-month high as investors await OPEC outcome

May 24 2017 15:11

Oil has held near the highest price in more than a month as industry data showed US crude stockpiles declined before OPEC meets to decide on extending supply curbs.

Commodities

Oil holds gain as data show US supplies fall

May 24 2017 11:44

Oil has risen a sixth consecutive day as industry data showed US crude stockpiles declined before OPEC meets to decide on extending supply curbs.

GOLD Last updated: 24/05/2017 10:35 Return YTD 1257,974.21(0.34%)
OIL Last updated: 24/05/2017 10:35 Return YTD 53,920.24(0.44%)
PLATINUM Last updated: 24/05/2017 10:35 Return YTD 949,002.50(0.26%)
SILVER Last updated: 24/05/2017 10:35 Return YTD 17,200.12(0.70%)
Commodities

Iron and metals slump as Moody's puts China's debt in spotlight

May 24 2017 09:26

Iron ore has led a slump in commodities after Moody’s Investor Service downgraded China’s credit rating, highlighting the challenge in maintaining growth while controlling debt.

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Opec fails to cut global oil glut, but gets more cash anyway

May 24 2017 08:02

At first glance, Opec's cuts haven’t worked, global oil inventories remain well above normal levels. But the policy’s made a difference where it really counts.

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Oil halts advance after four-day gain

May 23 2017 09:59

Oil has halted its advance after a four-day gain before OPEC meets to decide on prolonging output cuts by the group and its partners.

Commodities

Oil producers to extend output curbs at Opec meeting

May 23 2017 07:28

Oil producers inside and outside the Opec cartel have little choice but to extend their deal from late 2016 curbing output when they meet in Vienna, analysts say.

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