Marvin G. Perez
Palladium Nears Record After Hedge Funds Piled In
Car Wars: Steel Getting Stronger, Lighter to Curb Aluminum Rise
The Bloomberg World Mining Index has tumbled 12 percent since the end of June as prices of many raw materials tumbled.
Speculators boosted their net-short position in bullion futures and options to the largest since 2006 in the week ended Tuesday.
Gold Gets a Second Look as Equities Reel and Inflation Cools
Gold and silver are finally getting the haven-demand boost that trade wars and Brexit couldn’t provide.
After Another Quarter of Losses, Is Worst Over for Commodities?
Starbucks Head of Coffee Trading Arm Leaves Unit
Investors stung by the sell-off in gold are going to need more than cheap equities.
Beleaguered gold bulls are finally getting a rest from this year’s sell-off.
As Trump Touts Steel Revival, Investors Still Await Payoff
Funds Resume Gold Bear Bet Before Jobs Dent `Worst Is Over' View
Soft Commodities Hit Record Low With More Losses Seen for Sugar
Florida's Orange Crop Is Bouncing Back From Bugs and a Hurricane
California Heat Wave Worsens U.S. Lemon Squeeze as Prices Soar
Global Heatwave Pummels Commodities From Texan Cotton to French Power
Meet the worst performing commodity of 2018.
How Trump's Trade Fight Risks Upending Global Agriculture Flows
As Brazil’s football team gains in the World Cup, one of the nation’s main commodity exports is suffering.
Weak rupee bolsters appeal of India’s exports, analyst says.
Raw sugar led the drop, falling as much as 5.3 percent.