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This commodity could soon collapse: BofA analyst

BofA technician MacNeil Curry says he expects silver prices to fall as much as 20 percent in the next several months.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Amanda Diaz
Soaring L.A. jet prices attract Asian imports

SAN FRANCISCO, May 18- Wholesale jet fuel prices in the Los Angeles market remained high on Monday due to maintenance issues at refineries along the West Coast, prompting shipments from Korea and Japan that are expected to arrive in early June, traders said on Monday. The price surge is due to low supplies caused by planned maintenance at Chevron's El Segundo...
Source: Reuters | By: Rory Carroll
Gold hits 3-month high after run of downbeat US data

Gold hit three-month highs, rising for a fifth session, as a run of soft US data supported beliefs that the Fed will hold off hiking rates for now.
Source: Reuters
This winner is about to 'roll over': trader

Technical analyst Andrew Keene explains why the rally in one copper-mining stock is about to end.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Amanda Diaz
Bad news is serving as good news for gold

Gold prices surged on lackluster U.S. retail data, and a lower dollar might give gold bugs reason to expect further gains.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Lawrence Lewitinn
Gold settles at highest in 1 month on US data

Gold rose two percent to above $1,200 an ounce on Wednesday, heading for a second session of gains as the dollar hit a near three-month low.
Source: Reuters
Gold settles up nearly 1% on weaker dollar, shares

Gold rose up to one percent on Tuesday as the dollar and European shares suffered from a sell-off in global bond markets.
Source: Reuters
Gold just signaled a sell sign-here's why: Trader

Keene on the Market's Andrew Keeene explains why the recent gold rally will be short-lived.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Amanda Diaz
Argentine soyoil exports slowed by strike as labor strife grows

BUENOS AIRES, May 5- Argentina soyoil shipments were slowed on Tuesday by the start of a wage strike by a union representing 20 percent of the country's crushing workers, while the powerful CGT dock-workers union debated whether to join work stoppage. If the soyoil workers strike spreads to other unions representing stevedores at Argentina's key grains hub of...
Source: Reuters | By: Hugh Bronstein
Here's what's behind the big copper pop

The red metal has been red hot lately. Here's why.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg