SINGAPORE - Crude oil prices stabilized on Tuesday due to firm demand after dipping in early trade on expectations that OPEC would not cut output at its meeting this week.
VIENNA - Saudi Arabia's oil minister Ali al-Naimi said on Monday he expects oil demand to pick up in the second half of 2015 while supply decreases, in a sign that the kingdom's strategy of defending market share was working.
LAUNCESTON, Australia, - Another anemic reading on China's factory sector will no doubt spark increased expectations of monetary and fiscal stimulus, along with hopes for improved commodity demand and prices.
CONCEIÇÃO DO MATO DENTRO, Brazil - A giant truck carries chunks of sparkling mountainside to a web of yellow conveyor belts at a huge mine in eastern Brazil, a few more hundred tonnes of iron ore that are good for its owner Anglo American but bad for a battered global market.
LONDON - Two landmark events this month will underscore the extent to which the oil market's balance of power has been transformed by the shale revolution.
BONN/WASHINGTON - The U.N.'s Paris climate conference, designed to reach a plan for curbing global warming, may instead become the graveyard for its defining goal: to stop temperatures rising more than 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
VIENNA - OPEC officials dismissed comments from Wall Street bank Morgan Stanley on Monday that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries may raise its oil output target when the producer group meets this week.
HOUSTON - Colonial Pipeline on Monday acquired Royal Dutch Shell's interest in its Port Arthur Products Station (PAPS) and Shell Ex refined products storage facilities in southeast Texas, adding about 3.2 million barrels of tankage to the largest refined products pipeline system in the United States.
LONDON - Europe's top oil and gas companies urged governments around the world to introduce a pricing system for carbon emissions, as governments meet in Bonn, Germany, on Monday to work on a U.N. deal to fight climate change.
HOUSTON - U.S. shale oil producers, having weathered the worst price plunge in their industry's brief history, now face a dilemma: whether to stay in a defensive crouch after slashing their rig fleets, or start drilling more wells to capture a partial recovery in prices.
|Commodity||Currency||Last Trade||Price Change||% Price Change||Trade Time|
|LIGHT CRUDE CON1 Jun15||USD||60.68||+0.48||+0.80%||06/02 03:26|
|NO 2 HT OIL CON1 May15||USD||1.94||+0.01||+0.49%||06/02 03:22|
|NATURAL GAS CON1 Jun15||USD||2.65||+0.00||+0.08%||06/02 03:21|
|100 OZ GOLD MAR4 Jun15||USD||1,189.20||+0.90||+0.08%||06/02 03:17|
|SILVER 5000 CON1 Jun15||USD||16.72||-0.02||-0.12%||06/01 16:12|
|HG COPPER CON1 Jun15||USD||2.76||+0.01||+0.51%||06/02 02:30|
|CORN CON1 Jul15||USC||353.00||+0.75||+0.21%||06/02 03:24|
|WHEAT CON1 Jul15||USC||495.75||+2.00||+0.41%||06/02 03:22|
|SOYBEANS CON1 Jul15||USC||932.50||+6.50||+0.70%||06/02 03:24|
|SUGAR 11 CON1 Jun15||USC||12.22||+0.24||+2.00%||06/01 12:59|
|COFFEE C CON1 Jul15||USC||129.30||+3.15||+2.50%||06/01 13:29|
|COCOA CON1 Jul15||USD||3,064.00||-21.00||-0.68%||06/01 13:29|
|FROZEN OJ CON1 Jul15||USC||116.50||+2.25||+1.97%||06/01 13:59|
|COTTON NO 2 CON1 Jul15||USC||63.86||+0.11||+0.17%||06/02 03:22|
|LIVE HOGS CON1 Jun15||USC||84.62||+0.80||+0.95%||06/01 16:59|
|LIVE CATTLE CON1 Jun15||USC||153.15||+0.82||+0.54%||06/01 16:59|
|1 Month Libor||--|
|3 Month Libor||0.32|