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Copper slips on fund selling as China demand worries mount LONDON: Copper prices slid on Thursday, under pressure from fund selling as worries about slowing demand growth in China outweighed falling stocks and output cuts.Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange closed at $5,135 a tonne, losing one percent as fund selling picked up following the end of a week-long holiday in China.Prices were weighed down by renewed concerns about demand growth in China, which accounts for nearly half of global copper consumption.The impact of the country's economic slowdown was highlighted by data showing German exports for August marked their sharpest fall since the global financial crisis. China and other emerging economies are major export markets for Germany.The data, which followed soft figures for German factory orders and industrial production this week, deepened investor concerns about demand and prompted funds to sell."Anything that supports the view that demand conditions in China are in a poor place and potentially deteriorating is ...

West European wheat exports struggle to match hefty supply PARIS: Wheat exporters in western Europe are struggling to shift a big harvest and may have to bide their time until buyers have scooped up cheaper eastern European supplies, traders and analysts said. The European Union's two largest wheat exporters, France and Germany, are used to being outpaced by Black Sea countries such as Russia in the opening months of the July-June marketing year. Export competition in 2015/16, however, has been exacerbated by shipments from ...
Gold, silver down on China's return from holiday, Fed minutes awaited LONDON: Gold retreated from a two-week high and silver slumped 3 percent on Thursday after Chinese market participants returned from a week-long holiday and sold the metals to lock in profits. Traders awaited minutes of the last Federal Reserve meeting. Spot gold eased 0.1 percent to $1,143.80 an ounce by 0952 GMT. The metal had climbed to $1,153.30 in the previous session, its highest since Sept. 24, due to a lower dollar. Silver fell as ...
Copper slides on fund selling as China worries mount LONDON: Copper slid on Thursday, pressured by fund selling as worries about slowing demand growth in China outweighed falling stocks and output cuts. Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange fell 1.1 percent to $5,130.5 a tonne by 0952 GMT. Prices were weighed down by renewed concerns about demand in China, which consumes nearly 50 percent of global copper. The impact of the Chinese economic slowdown was highlighted on Thursday by data showing that German ...
Gold slides on firmer dollar, equity rally LONDON: Gold slid lower on Wednesday, under pressure from a firmer dollar and a rally in equity markets but losses were capped by growing expectations that the Federal Reserve will delay raising interest rates until next year. Spot gold fell 0.3 percent to $1,142.90 an ounce by 1419 GMT, after earlier touching $1,152.90, its highest level since Sept. 24. Prices were weakened by gains in global equities, triggered by higher crude oil prices and an ...
Copper hits 2-week high on deficit forecast, rising oil LONDON: Copper hit a two-week high on Wednesday, driven by rising oil prices and an industry group's forecast for a deficit of the metal next year, although the overall demand outlook remained weak. The rise in oil prices made commodity basket funds that include copper more attractive and powered a rally in global equities, seen by some as a proxy for economic growth. The International Copper Study Group said late on Tuesday that it expects ...
Sugar eases, near 7-month high, cocoa rises LONDON: ICE raw sugar futures edged down on Wednesday, retreating from a seven-month peak touched earlier this week and pressured by risks that India could renew export subsidies. Cocoa futures rose on technical buying, with a strong pound triggering buying of the New York market, while worries over dry weather and political risk in top grower Ivory Coast underpinned prices. Coffee futures were little changed in light volumes.March raw sugar was down 0.05 cent, or ...


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