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Copper Drops From 3-Week High as Chilean Mines Return to Normal

04/04/2014
Copper fell for the first time in three days as mines in Chile, the world’s biggest producer, were returning to

Global food prices rise 2.3% in March: FAO

04/04/2014
Global food prices rose to a 10-month high in March due to bad weather in the United States and Brazil and

Olam CEO sees more consolidation in commodities sector

04/04/2014
The global commodities industry is set to see further consolidation, with the metals sector ripe for

Wheat Extends Biggest Drop in Five Weeks as Rains May Aid Crops

04/04/2014
Wheat extended the biggest decline in five weeks on speculation that rainfall from Australia to the U.S, the

Gold Falls Toward Seven-Week Low on Improving U.S. Data

04/04/2014
Gold declined toward a seven-week low in New York as improving U.S. data added to the case for reduced

China's COFCO to pay $1.5 bln for stake in Noble's agribusiness

04/04/2014
COFCO Corp has agreed to pay $1.5 billion for a majority stake in Noble Group Ltd's agribusiness, its second

Stainless steel prices set to rise as nickel turns costlier

03/04/2014
Faced with a 15 per cent jump in nickel prices, stainless steel finished product manufacturers are considering raising prices in phases.

China’s economic reforms will test global steel resolve

03/04/2014
The Chinese economic policy reforms, adopted in the 3rd Plennary Session of the Communist Party,

JP Morgan Lowers 2014 Iron Ore Price Forecast, Still Likes Vale

03/04/2014
J.P. Morgan has lowered its 2014 iron ore price forecast by 6% to $118 per ton, expecting demand from

China has an Iron Ore Problem it Can't Solve Alone

03/04/2014
Guocheng Pan, the CEO of China Hanking Mining, recently told a conference that China would have to

Gold price to average $1240/oz, Silver $18.6/oz: Natixis

03/04/2014
Gold prices are expected to average $1240 an ounce for the current year and $1250 for 2015 while

Declining coal prices to hit producers even harder

03/04/2014
Coal producers around the globe have been feeling the effects of falling coal prices, with Aussie miners being the hardest hit, as the sector

Japan's Sumitomo Metal to boost copper output amid solid demand

03/04/2014
Sumitomo Metal Mining Co Ltd , Japan's No.2 copper producer, plans to increase its output of electrolytic copper in the

Iron ore is soaring – should you be buying the miners?

03/04/2014
Overnight, iron ore, which is Australia's biggest export and a key steelmaking ingredient, experienced its largest one-day gain in

Iron ore at one-month high, firmer steel market spurs buyers

03/04/2014
Iron ore prices climbed to their highest in a month as a firmer steel market in top consumer China helped ease cash flow worries

China steelmakers are in toughest situation: experts

03/04/2014
China's steel industry is in its toughest year in two decades, with falling prices, weak demand and overcapacity leading to mergers and

Low Demand Keeps Global Steel Prices In Check – MEPS

03/04/2014
After offering small price reductions in mid-February, US flat product producers became increasingly aggressive as they tried

Japan April-June crude steel output may dip 3.8 pct y/y on tax hike-METI

03/04/2014
Japan's crude steel output is expected to fall 3.8 percent in the April-June quarter from a year earlier, hurt by a recent hike in sales tax,

Platts China Steel Sentiment Index Dipped in April But Stays Strong

03/04/2014
The health of China's steel sector is expected to remain strong in April, despite a minimal decline in sentiment, according to the latest

Copper Gains for 2nd Day on Supply Concern After Quake

03/04/2014
Copper climbed for a second day to a three-week high on concern that an earthquake in Chile, the world’s
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