Commodities Analysis & Opinion

Nat Gas Aiming For Bearish Trend
By  - May 12, 2014

MCX Natural Gas May as seen in the weekly chart above has opened the week at 282 levels during this period prices has made a high of 290.50 levels. During this week as expected prices could not able ...

Copper June Corrects Sharply, Bullish Trend Seen
By CommodityOnline - May 12, 2014

MCX Copper June as seen in the weekly chart above has opened at 410.70 levels and during this week prices made a high of 412.65 levels. As expected during this week prices corrected sharply towards ...
Gold Finds Support From Unrest In Ukraine
By  - May 12, 2014

Precious-Gold rebounded slightly on Monday as escalating tensions in Ukraine provided some haven demand on the metal. Gold has found some support from the unrest in Ukraine, where Pro-Russian ...

Silver July Trending Down, Support 41000, 40000
By CommodityOnline - May 12, 2014

MCX Silver July as seen in the weekly chart above has opened the week with gap down opening at 42,444 levels and during this period prices made a high of 42,945 levels. During this week prices could ...

ICM Brokers
Crude Turns Lower On Broadly Stronger US Dollar
By ICM Brokers - May 12, 2014

Crude OilNew York-traded crude oil futures briefly rose to a two-week high on Friday before turning lower as a broadly stronger U.S. dollar prompted investors to lock in recent gains. The U.S. dollar ...

Zachary Storella
Crude Oil Speculators Cut Bearish Bets
By Zachary Storella - May 12, 2014

Weekly CFTC Net Speculator Crude Oil Report Crude OilLarge futures market traders and speculators cut their overall bullish bets in crude oil futures last week for a second straight week and to the ...

Stuart McPhee
Gold Falls Further Away From Key $1300 Level
By Stuart McPhee - May 12, 2014

Gold for Monday, May 12, 2014 Over the last week,  Gold has eased back from around $1315 which included a short sharp fall back down below $1300, down to support around $1290. It has now steadied and ...

Patrick MontesDeOca
Are Currency Wars Up Next?
By Patrick MontesDeOca - May 11, 2014

Summary Low demand creating currency devaluations. Currencies will continue to implode. Gold and Silver will surface as “currency”. The biggest problem in the world economy is that ...

T. Marc Schober
Corn Demand Weighs On Supply
By T. Marc Schober - May 11, 2014

U.S. Corn demand continues to rise as export estimates in May have increased 150 million bushels following a 125 million bushel increase in the April WASDE. The corn stocks-to-use ratio has dropped ...