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Barclays Plans to Exit Most Worldwide Commodities Activities

Barclays Plc (BARC) said it will withdraw from most of its global commodities activities, joining banks from JPMorgan Chase & Co. to

China Steel June pricing shows uncertainty over global demand

China Steel Corp.'s decision to leave its domestic wholesale product prices for June deliveries unchanged showed uncertainty

Egypt estimates local wheat crop at 9 million tonnes

Egypt estimates its local wheat crop at 9 million tonnes, according to a state newspaper that cited a government report,

China Spot Copper Premium Surges as Supply Cut

Copper fabricators in China, the biggest consumer, are paying the highest premium in 29 months to secure delivery of the metal

China steel futures stretch losses to near one-month low, ore supply rises

Chinese rebar futures fell for a sixth day to a near one-month low on Tuesday as concerns over slowing economic

WorldSteel Association: March 2014 crude steel production

World crude steel production for the 65 countries reporting to the World Steel Association (worldsteel) was 141 million tonnes (Mt) in

India's top court lifts iron ore mining ban in Goa

India's Supreme Court has lifted a ban on iron ore mining in the western state of Goa, but limited extraction to 20m tonnes a year. The miners will also need to renew

No Pickup In North European Steel Demand - Prices Slip Again – MEPS

Steel sales volumes failed to increase in March and April, in northern Europe. Consequently, transaction values slipped once again, in

Global steel demand set to grow at 3.3% this year

Global steel demand is likely to grow at a faster pace of 3.3 per cent this year, driven by rising demand for the commodity from India,

Wheat Rebounds From Biggest Drop in a Year on Ukraine

Wheat rebounded from its biggest drop in a year in Chicago as unrest in Ukraine flared, with deaths over the

India: 'Wheat procurement may slip below last year's 25 million ton level'

The government's wheat procurement target for the ongoing 2014-15 marketing year is likely to be missed and

Codelco says copper within expected range, confident on China

The price of copper remains within its expected range despite a recent dip below $3/lb while continued demand

Gold Near 2-Week Low as U.S. Outlook Weighed With Ukraine

Gold traded near the lowest price in more than two weeks in London as investors weighed signs of an

Amid frigid winter, Goldman, Morgan Stanley see commodity gains

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley both cited stronger commodities trading as a bright spot in the first quarter, aided in part by

MEPS Celebrates The 30th Anniversary Of European Steel Review

Over the past thirty years the steel industry has undergone massive changes. The selling price remains a key element in

Hedge Funds Cut Gold Bets in Longest Slide of 2014

Hedge funds lowered bullish bets on gold for a fourth week, the longest streak this year.

Commodity investor inflows rebound as sector outperforms shares

Money is flowing back into commodity investments this year as the sector has broken out of lock-step

India: Iron ore miners looking up to next govt to resume ops

Harried iron ore miners, who have lost over two years of business, are pinning hopes on the next

European steel price market round up FROM MEPS

An imbalance in supply and demand has continued to weigh heavily on European flat product prices. Despite optimistic macroeconomic

Asian seaborne iron ore price rebounds as strong buying interest resurfaces

The seaborne iron ore market reversed losses Thursday, as an influx of buying activity suddenly emerged in the
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