LONDON Iraq's oil minister said on Monday that most oil majors working on its territory were participating in oil output reductions agreed as part of the deal between OPEC and non-OPEC producers to help to balance the market.
LONDON Lower trading volumes and a lack of strategy created a crisis that led to the resignation of London Metal Exchange Chief Executive Garry Jones after three years at the helm of the world's largest and oldest metals market, metal industry sources say.
CHICAGO Last week was a great one for both soybeans and soybean meal as heavy rains in Argentina, the world’s top exporter of soymeal livestock feed, caused many market participants to worry that the country’s soybean harvest would shrink.
BEIJING Russia overtook Saudi Arabia in 2016 to became China's biggest crude oil supplier for the first year ever, customs data showed on Monday, boosted by robust demand from independent Chinese "teapot" refineries.
SINGAPORE Oil climbed on Tuesday as a weaker U.S. dollar and production cuts announced by OPEC and other producers buoyed the market, but an increase in drilling activity in the United States is likely to keep a lid on prices.
WILMINGTON, Del. A Delaware court revived an investor lawsuit against Energy Transfer Partners over its $11 billion acquisition of Regency Energy Partners in a case focused on protections for investors in master limited partnerships.
BEIJING China has vowed to step up its protection of farmland in the wake of the country's first drop in grain output in over a decade, as rapid urbanization swallows agricultural resources.
HOUSTON Marathon Petroleum Corp's Galveston Bay refinery in Texas City, Texas, plans to restart a sulfur recovery unit shut this week as part of a planned multi-unit overhaul that began on Jan. 9, said sources familiar with plant operations.
VANCOUVER Teck Resources has held talks with fellow miner Anglo American Plc about sharing port infrastructure at their neighboring copper mines in Chile, Teck's chief executive officer said on Monday, arguing for more industry partnerships.
PARIS The French government has reached an agreement with state-controlled utility EDF on the conditions under which the company will shut down France's oldest nuclear plant, French business daily Les Echos said on Monday.
|Commodity||Currency||Last Trade||Price Change||% Price Change||Trade Time|
|LIGHT CRUDE CON1 Feb17||USD||53.00||+0.25||+0.47%||01/22 22:24|
|NO 2 HT OIL CON1 Jan17||USD||1.63||+0.01||+0.34%||01/22 22:16|
|NATURAL GAS CON1 Jan17||USD||3.27||+0.02||+0.74%||01/22 22:14|
|100 OZ GOLD C2 Jan17||USD||1,219.00||+4.00||+0.33%||01/23 19:00|
|SILVER 5000 CON1 Jan17||USD||17.15||+0.00||+0.00%||01/22 19:01|
|HG COPPER CON1 Jan17||USD||2.64||+0.00||+0.00%||01/22 19:01|
|CORN CON1 Mar17||USC||369.75||+0.25||+0.07%||01/23 22:22|
|WHEAT CON1 Mar17||USC||434.50||+1.25||+0.29%||01/23 22:23|
|SOYBEANS CON1 Mar17||USC||1,066.50||+8.75||+0.83%||01/23 22:23|
|SUGAR 11 CON1 Feb17||USC||20.64||+0.00||+0.00%||01/23 12:59|
|COFFEE C CON1 Mar17||USC||155.40||+0.00||+0.00%||01/23 13:29|
|COCOA CON1 Mar17||USD||2,165.00||+0.00||+0.00%|
|FROZEN OJ CON1 Mar17||USC||162.45||+0.00||+0.00%||01/23 13:59|
|COTTON NO 2 CON1 Mar17||USC||74.83||+0.20||+0.27%||01/23 22:08|
|LIVE HOGS CON1 Feb17||USC||65.00||+0.00||+0.00%||01/23 18:14|
|LIVE CATTLE CON1 Feb17||USC||120.25||+0.00||+0.00%||01/23 18:14|
- Liquidation risk hangs over oil and gas prices: Kemp
- U.S. shale oil and gas sector surges back to life: Kemp
- U.S. gas market has eliminated storage surplus despite warm winter: Kemp
- Fracking gets conditional endorsement from Church of England advisers: Kemp
- U.S. oil and gas industry has turned the corner: Kemp
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|3 Month Libor||1.04|