Commodities Futures Today

Futures and Commodities - Oil Silver and Gold Prices Higher – Soybeans and sugar lower

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(Best Syndication News) After two days of declines, silver, gold and oil futures rebound (see commodities charts below). Natural gas, coal, platinum and palladium were all lower.

Precious Metals

August Gold on the COMEX advanced $8.80 (+0.58) to 1524.40 a troy ounce (see survey #2 settle price below).

Retail sales in China were strong in May and investors have inflation concerns. Sales in the United States were better than expected and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics will release inflation data later Wednesday.

Futures and Commodities – Crude Oil Gold and Silver Prices Drop Second Day

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(Best Syndication News) Commodity prices drop in New York and continue to fall in Asia Tuesday (see futures charts below). Most agricultural products were also lower.

Precious Metals

August Gold on the COMEX fell $13.60 (-0.89%) to $1,515.60 a troy ounce (see survey #2 settle prices below). Since the settle the price advanced $6.00 on inflation concerns and the Greek debt crisis.

The price for April 2012 delivery fell 39 yen to ¥3,941 per gram on the Tokyo Commodities Exchange (see TOCOM chart below). That works out to 41,522.55 an ounce.

Futures and Commodities: Gold and Silver Prices Lower in Asia after Week of Advances - FCX stock drop

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(Best Syndication News) Oil, gold and silver were lower on Friday in the United States and are opening lower again in Tokyo Monday (see commodities charts below).

Precious Metals

Gold ended the week lower on the COMEX (see survey #2 settle chart below). August gold was down $13.50 (-0.88%) to $1,529.20, but in Tokyo the golden metal was up seven yen per gram to ¥3,980 ($1,548.59/troy ounce). Since the settlement on Friday, the golden metal is down 15 yen (see Tokyo Commodity Exchange TOCOM chart below).

Futures and Commodities – Oil Gold and Silver advance in US and Asia – Natural Gas Declines

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(Best Syndication News) Oil, gold and silver prices continue to climb today even after the settle in New York (see commodity charts below). In Japan Friday, prices continue to advance.

Precious Metals

Precious metals were generally higher Thursday (see survey #2 settle price chart below). August gold on the COMEX advanced $4.00 (+0.26%) to $1,542.70 a troy ounce. Since the settle, prices continued to climb, up another $2.20.

Futures and Commodities – Silver and Gold Prices Slump while Oil and Natural Gas Advance

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(Best Syndication News) Gold and silver futures dropped in Tokyo and the United States but silver turned around later (see commodities charts below). Platinum climbs but palladium doesn’t.

Precious Metals

Both silver and gold futures fell with early strength in the dollar (see survey #2 below). August gold fell $4.60 (-0.30%) to $1,538.70 a troy ounce. Since the settle on the COMEX, gold continued to fall but the dollar has turned around against the euro.

Silver futures for July deliver fell 43 cents (-1.15%) to $35.62 a troy ounce. Since the settle on Wednesday, the price is up nearly 40 cents.

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