Commodities Futures Today

Futures and Commodities – Nearly All Commodity Advance – Gold Silver Oil Prices Higher

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(Best Syndication News) Several factors are at work pushing commodity prices higher today (see charts below). Investor confidence that a solution in Greece will be reached helped push the dollar lower and gold continued to rise. An improvement in the economy could help boost oil prices despite a release of petroleum from strategic reserves around the world.

Precious Metals

Both gold and silver increased in value today (see survey #2 settle price below). August gold on the COMEX increased $3.80 (+0.25%) to $1,500.20 a troy ounce. Silver also increased, up 32 cents (+0.95%) to $33.91 a troy ounce.

Futures and Commodities - Oil and Gold Prices lower in New York but Higher in Asia – Silver Continues Slump

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(Best Syndication News) Gold, oil and silver prices declined in the United States today, but gold and oil futures turned around in Asia (see commodities charts below). Commodities were mostly lower Monday.

Precious Metals

Gold has declined three days in a row (see survey #2 settle price chart below). August gold fell $4.50 (-0.30%) to $1,496.40 as investors become confident the Greek sovereign debt crisis will be solved without a default. Since the settle, gold is up $2.80 per troy ounce (5:20 am GMT).

Futures and Commodities – Gold and Silver Prices Lower while Oil Advances – Full Report

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(Best Syndication News) Commodities were lower generally with the exception of crude oil, copper and coal (see commodities tables below). Wheat hit a 100-day low while orange juice hit a high.

Precious Metals

August gold on the COMEX fell $19.60 (-1.29%) to $1,500.90 a troy ounce (see survey #2 settle price table below). Over the last week the price is down 2.48 percent but over the last 100-days the price is up 11.98 percent.

Futures and Commodities – Oil Gold and Silver Prices Nosedive Today - Platinum and Palladium Lower

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(Best Syndication News) Nearly all commodities were lower today with the exception of a few agricultural products (see forex tables below). Oil and silver prices fell faster than gold. In Asia the price continued to decline Friday.

Precious Metals

In New York precious metals fell sharply Thursday (see survey #2 settle price chart below).

August gold on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) fell $32.90 (-2.12%) to $1,520.50 a troy ounce.

Futures and Commodities – Gold and Silver Prices Advanced - Brent Crude Fell – Asia Prices Higher

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(Best Syndication News) Investor concerns continue to drive up the price of gold and silver today (see commodities charts below). Brent crude fell while light sweet crude advanced.

Precious Metals

August gold on the COMEX advanced seven dollars (+0.45%) to $1,553.40 a troy ounce (see survey #2 settle price charts below). Gold has been higher seven days in a row.

Silver for July delivery advanced thirty six cents (+0.99%) to $36.74 a troy ounce.

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