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Why Goldman Sachs Is Wrong About Commodity Prices

RAB Capital Founder Philip Richards tells us why Goldman's bearish outlook is wrong.

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Earliest Inventory Build Since 2012 Sends NatGas Lower

Natural gas inventories rose by 12 bcf last week, more than expectations.

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NatGas Traders Anticipate Big Inventory Builds As Winter Quickly Fades

Natural gas inventories fell by 45 bcf last week, less than expectations.

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Last Ever London PM Gold Fix Set At $1,166

New LBMA gold price starts 10:30 a.m. Friday with same four banks plus two more.

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Frank Curzio: Be Careful In Shale Oil Stocks, ‘Big Oil’ Stands To Get Its Assets Cheap

Host of one of the most popular financial shows says big companies might take assets off the books of struggling smaller producers.

 

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With Corn Swimming In Supply, A Difficult Market Gets No Relief

After two-consecutive years of record U.S. corn harvests, prices continue to head down.

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Frigid Temps Normalize NatGas Supplies; Outlook Still Bearish

Natural gas inventories fell by 198 bcf last week, within expectations.

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Citigroup’s Morse: Why Production Will Grow Despite Fewer Oil Rigs, Demand Spike Coming

Citigroup's head of commodities research discusses how supply and demand will respond to low oil prices.