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Price falls dominate on Chinese economic data
Commodity markets mainly fell last week as traders weighed poorly-received Chinese and US economic data against the crisis in Ukraine and unrest in oil-producing Libya.
Asia’s shipping fuel demand set to rise
A strengthening global economy this year is seen feeding through to Asian trade and will drive growth in marine or bunker fuel consumption, three oil and gas research firms forecast.
Miners strategising for shipping costs
Global trade pickup helps absorb order glut.
Crude oil rallies; palladium hits three-year peak
Global oil prices rallied last week on strong US crude demand and Ukraine tensions, while star performer palladium hit a three-year peak on supply fears in South Africa and Russia.
Gold up as tensions rise in Ukraine
investment on the back of expectations for strengthening US growth held gains in check.
Commodities mostly rise on Ukraine tensions
Commodities mostly rose last week as traders kept watch on simmering tensions in Ukraine, with star performer nickel striking a two-year peak on the back of supply woes.
Mixed signals on US economy hit oil, metals
The price of crude oil and metals came under pressure this week as investors took their lead from mixed updates on the US economy and the escalating Ukraine-Russia crisis.
Prices diverge at conclusion of holiday-shortened week
Commodity markets diverged last week as dealers took their leads from the unrest in Ukraine and data out of China and the United States, the world’s two largest economies.
Oil and coffee prices rally
Oil prices rose last week on uncertainty over energy supplies passing through Ukraine to the West, while coffee futures rebounded on tight supplies following drought conditions in Brazil.
Copper shoots up on Chile quake; Libya hits oil
Copper bounced last week on supply fears after a vast earthquake in top producer Chile, while Brent oil dived on the prospect of rebounding Libyan crude supplies, analysts said.
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