Crude Oil in Range 42-43$ no any confirm Trend,Gold very Volatile movement not Sustainable above 2020$ may go deep red today.

Global Commodity Market- Crude Oil in Range 42-43$ no any confirm Trend,its moving sideways in range bond. Oil was mixed on Wednesday morning in Asia, with the American Petroleum Institute (API)’s prediction of a draw in crude oil supply overshadowed by ongoing concerns over U.S. fuel recovery. API on Tuesday reported a…

Crude Oil in Green,heads for weekly gains,Gold in Red but Trading above 1950$.

Commodity Big News- Crude Oil opens in Green and heads towards weekly Gains as its last day of the week. Prices have been bolstered this week by U.S. government data showing crude oil, gasoline and distillate inventories all fell last week as refiners ramped up production and demand for oil…

Crude Oil opens in Red Today after jump on US Stocks Draw,Gold after big Drop yesterday below 1900 again up Trading near 1950$.

Commodity News Live-Crude oil prices eased slightly on Thursday but held most of their gains from the previous session after U.S. government data showed a fall in inventories, supporting the view that fuel demand is returning despite the coronavirus pandemic. U.S. crude oil, gasoline and distillate inventories fell last week…

Crude Oil Sideways Movement and in Rangebond near 40-42$,Gold in red going down and down below 1900$.

Commodity Live Rates- Crude Oil Trading in Sideways and in Rangebond 40-42$ no any confirm trend. Oil prices moved higher on Wednesday after an industry report showed that U.S. inventories of crude fell more than analysts had expected, bolstering hopes that fuel demand in the world’s biggest economy can weather…

Crude Oil up as Iraq cuts Production & Saudi aramco results,Gold opens in Green & Stable above 2020$ .

Commodity Weekly News- Crude Oil opens in Green Because Iraq Production Cut news & Saudi aramco Results. Oil was up on Monday morning in Asia after Iraq said it would step up production cuts and U.S. President Donald Trump took executive action on economic aid Americans hit by the COVID-19…

Crude Oil Down as OPEC+ Boosts Production Trading below 40$,Gold Opens at record High almost Near 1994.

COMMODITY NEWS TODAY LIVE- Crude Oil was down on Monday morning in Asia as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies (OPEC+) moved to increase oil production. The production increase starting this month will see about 1.5 million barrels added to global supply per day. However, fuel…

Crude Oil in Range 40-42$ still no any confirm trend after drop yesterday now its Up,Gold after Making record Highs its down.

Commodity Trading News- Crude Oil prices rose on Wednesday after an industry report showed that crude inventories in the United States decreased against expectations. Its giving the market a boost amid record increases of coronavirus infections in the U.S. and elsewhere. Inventories of crude oil in the U.S. dropped by…

Crude oil Trading in Range 41-42$,Gold on Record high above 1960$ per Ounce.

Commodity Market- Crude Oil was up on Tuesday morning in Asia, backed by hopes that the U.S. will pass another stimulus bill which put pressure on the dollar and supported equities. In the U.S., Senate Republicans proposed a $1 trillion COVID-19 aid package that would include $1,200 payments to Americans,…

Crude Oil holds above 41$ as US demand Recovery,Gold Near 1900$ on Record High.

Commodity Live Price- Crude Oil held losses near $41 a barrel in New York as signs of weakness in the U.S. labor market cast doubt on the strength of the demand recovery in the world’s biggest crude consumer. The first increase in jobless claims since March comes as lawmakers negotiate…

Crude Oil in Green as Vaccine news counters rise in vaccine cases,Gold above 1815$ as Virus cases increases.

Commodity Market Live Now- Crude Oil in Green as Vaccine news counters rise in vaccine cases. Crude Oil prices were little changed on Tuesday, trapped in the narrow trading band of the past three weeks as investors gauged hopes for a recovery in oil demand. Prices were offered some support…

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