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Russia's gold reserves up as of July 1 MOSCOW: Russia's gold reserves rose to 35.2 million troy ounces in June from 34.7 million troy ounces in May, the central bank said on its website on Friday. The value of its holdings rose to $46.29 billion as of July 1 from $43.46 billion a month ago, it said. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...

Palm edges up from 10-month low, posts 3rd week of decline JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil edged higher on Friday after sliding to its lowest since September and falling for a third straight week as expectations of ample global supplies of oilseed and slowing exports pressured the market. The benchmark August contract on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange slipped to 2,280 Malaysian ringgit ($720) per tonne, its lowest since Sept. 27. By the close, however, prices had regained 0.65 percent to reach 2,308 ringgit per tonne but ...
Tokyo futures hit 1-week high on firm oil; may rise further BANGKOK: Tokyo rubber futures rose to a one-week high on Thursday as firm oil prices helped spur buying, pushing prices to finish above a major support level of 200 yen, dealers said.The Tokyo Commodity Exchange rubber contract for December delivery rose 3.5 yen to settle at 202.9 yen ($2.00)per kg, its highest since July 8."Firm oil prices encouraged players to take speculative buying positions," said a Bangkok-based dealer.Brent futures held above $107 a barrel on ...
China June refined copper output up, aluminium at record HONG KONG: China's refined copper output increased for a second straight month in June, rising 1.3 percent from the previous month after at least one smelter completed maintenance.Increased production in the world's top copper consumer could mean its need for imports would ease.Refined copper production stood at 623,428 tonnes in June, up from 615,308 tonnes in the previous month, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed on Thursday.Output in June was up 9.5 percent ...
CBOT soybeans to fall to $10.85 SINGAPORE: CBOT soybeans November contract is expected to drop to $10.85 per bushel, as it failed to break above a resistance at $11.09.The resistance has been identified as the 176.4 percent Fibonacci projection level of a downward wave 3 that developed from the June 26 high of $12.46-1/4. Soybeans failure to overcome this barrier indicates either the downtrend has resumed or the first leg of the rebound has completed.The lower channel line of a rising ...
Shanghai copper to test support at 49,810 yuan SINGAPORE: Shanghai copper is expected to test a support at 49,810 yuan per tonne, a break below which will lead to a further loss to 49,260 yuan.The support is provided by the 38.2 percent Fibonacci retracement on the rise from the June 9 low of 46,940 yuan to the July 4 high of 51,580 yuan. The next support will be at 49,260 yuan, the 50 percent level.The uptrend from the March 12 low of 42,810 ...
Corn, soybeans give up gains on ample supplies, EU tariffs SINGAPORE: US corn slid 0.8 percent on Thursday, giving up last session's gains and falling for 10 out of 12 days on pressure from expectations of large global supplies and a move by the European Union to impose import tariffs.Soybean prices ticked lower after gaining more than 1 percent on Wednesday, but losses were limited as a strike by port workers in Argentina, the world's third-largest exporter of the oilseed, raised concerns. Chicago Board of ...


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Arrow DJIA 16,982.59 0.13
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