Commodities Futures

  • DISTILLATE FUTURES REVERSE GAINS, TURN NEGATIVE BRIEFLY AFTER EIA DATA SHOWS BIG SURPRISE BUILD IN STOCKPILES.

  • Workers on a drill site at the Permian basin outside of Midland, Texas

    Technical analyst Paul Ciana explains why oil may take stocks lower and where traders can find opportunity.

  • *Futures were also pressured by U.S. crude prices, which remained below $40 per barrel amid oversupply fears. *A report from the Institute of Supply Management is likely to show that its non-manufacturing index slipped to 56.0 in July from 56.5 in June. *Wall Street edged lower on Tuesday after weak auto sales and disappointing economic data spurred worries about...

  • *Futures were also pressured by U.S. crude prices, which remained below $40 per barrel amid oversupply fears. *A report from the Institute of Supply Management is likely to show that its non-manufacturing index slipped to 56.0 in July from 56.5 in June. *Wall Street edged lower on Tuesday after weak auto sales and disappointing economic data spurred worries about...

  • SINGAPORE, Aug 3- Oil prices remained weak on Wednesday, with U.S. crude below $40 per barrel and Brent under $42, as fuel oversupply and stuttering economic growth weighed on markets, although prices did receive some support from a weaker dollar. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were trading at $39.54 per barrel at 0651 GMT, slightly above their last close...

  • SINGAPORE, Aug 3- Oil prices edged up in early trading on Wednesday, supported by a weaker dollar, but U.S. crude futures remained below $40 per barrel and Brent was below $42 as ongoing fuel oversupply and stuttering economic growth weighed on markets. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were trading at $39.77 per barrel at 0350 GMT, up 26 cents from their last...

  • SYDNEY, Aug 3- U.S. soybeans rose for the first time in three sessions on Wednesday, edging up from a near four-month low, although expectations of bumper supplies provided a ceiling to gains. Corn was little changed, lingering close to a near two-year low, while wheat edged higher.i have The most-active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade rose 0.1 percent...

  • SYDNEY, Aug 3- U.S. soybeans edged up on Wednesday, heading for their first gain in three sessions, though expectations of bumper supplies kept prices near a four-month low. *The most-active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade rose 0.1 percent to $9.54 a bushel, having closed down 0.9 percent on Tuesday when prices hit a near four-month low.

  • SINGAPORE, Aug 3- Oil prices edged up early on Wednesday, supported by a weaker dollar, but U.S. crude futures remained below $40 per barrel and Brent was below $42 as ongoing fuel oversupply and stuttering economic growth weighed on markets. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were trading at $39.63 per barrel at 0027 GMT, up 12 cents from their last settlement...

  • *Wheat hits 10- year low below $4 a bushel. Front-month corn futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell to the lowest in nearly two years and wheat dipped below $4 a bushel for the first time in a decade, but both markets pared losses by the close. At the CBOT, the benchmark November soybean contract settled down 8-1/ 2 cents at $9.53 per bushel after slipping to $9.43, its...

  • GASOLINE FUTURES EXTEND GAINS IN POST-SETTLEMENT TRADING AFTER API DATA SHOWS LARGER-THAN-EXPECTED DRAW IN INVENTORY.

  • The silhouette of a customer is seen pushing a cart at a Costco Wholesale store in Naperville, Illinois.

    Today's sell-off reflects a perfect little storm for consumer names. But is the consumer really weakening?

  • Pipes carry recovered bitumen from Devon Energy's Jackfish Projects processing plant, Alberta, Canada.

    Oil companies can take four key steps to ride out $40 crude prices.

  • Front-month corn futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell to the lowest in nearly two years and wheat dipped below $4 a bushel for the first time in a decade. At the CBOT as of 12:38 p.m. CDT, the benchmark November soybean contract was down 16-1/ 2 cents at $9.45 per bushel after slipping to $9.43, its lowest since mid-April. CBOT December corn was down 3 cents at...

  • *Robert Kaplan, president of the Dallas Federal Reserve, warned that a raft of global risks such as the Brexit vote could affect the United States and reiterated his stand for a gradual rise in interest rates. *Wall Street closed lower on Monday as a drop in oil prices dragged down energy stocks. Total vehicle sales had fallen to 16.66 million in June from 17 million a...

  • *USDA pegs condition of corn, soybean crops above forecasts. PARIS/ SYDNEY, Aug 2- U.S. corn was little changed during European trading on Tuesday as the market tried to find a footing after slipping to its lowest in nearly two years on positive signs for this year's U.S. harvest. The most active corn futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade was down half a cent at $3.33-3/ 4 a...

  • LONDON, Aug 2- Gold rose on Tuesday as European shares fell 1 percent and the dollar hit its lowest in over a month versus the euro, after last week's soft U.S. growth data dented expectations for a near-term interest rate hike. Spot gold was up 0.5 percent at $1,359.17 an ounce at 0940 GMT, while U.S. gold futures for December delivery were up $6.30 an ounce at $1,365.90.

  • SYDNEY, Aug 2- U.S. soybeans fell on Tuesday to a hit more than a three-month low after the U.S. Department of Agriculture pegged the condition of the crop above market expectations. *The most active soybean futures on the Chicago Board Of Trade fell 0.21 percent to $9.59-1/ 2 a bushel, near the session low of $9.56 a bushel- the lowest since April 19.

  • LONDON, Aug 1- Hedge funds have turned very bearish towards both crude and refined products over the last two months amid signs of an oversupply of gasoline. Hedge funds and other money managers added the equivalent of 56 million barrels of extra short positions in the three main Brent and WTI futures and options contracts in the week ending July 26.

  • CHICAGO, Aug 1- U.S. soybean futures slipped about 4 percent on Monday as forecasts for favorable weather in the Midwestern crop belt prompted investors to liquidate long positions, traders said. At the Chicago Board of Trade, new-crop November soybean futures settled down 41-1/ 2 cents at $9.61-1/ 2 per bushel. December corn ended down 8-1/ 2 cents at $3.34-1/ 4 a...

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