Commodities Set for Longest Run of Weekly Gains Since ’96

Commodities Set for Longest Run of Weekly Gains Since ’96 By Joe Richter – Feb 1, 2013 Commodities headed for the longest run of weekly gains in 17 years on mounting speculation that the economies in the U.S. and China will rebound, boosting demand for metals, energy and crops. The Standard & Poor’s GSCI Spot Index of 24 raw materials rose 0.6

Copper Futures Post Biggest Weekly Gain Since September

Copper Futures Post Biggest Weekly Gain Since September By Joe Richter and Agnieszka Troszkiewicz – Nov 30, 2012 Copper futures advanced, capping the biggest weekly gain in more than two months, on optimism that demand will increase in China, the world’s top user of industrial metal. Confidence in China’s economy is at the highest in more than a year amid speculation

Copper Advances to Five-Week High on China Growth Optimism

Copper Advances to Five-Week High on China Growth Optimism By Agnieszka Troszkiewicz and Joe Richter – Nov 30, 2012 Copper advanced to a five-week high on signs of improving growth prospects in China, the world’s largest user of industrial metals. Confidence in China’s economy is at the highest in more than a year amid speculation that the new leader Xi Jinping

Copper Rises Most in Two Weeks on China, U.S. Economic Signals

  Copper Rises Most in Two Weeks on China, U.S. Economic Signals By Joe Richter and Agnieszka Troszkiewicz – Nov 1, 2012 Copper futures jumped the most in two weeks on signs that economies are stabilizing in China, the top consumer of industrial metals, and the U.S., the second-biggest. An official Chinese purchasing managers’ index

Copper Declines on Concern Global Stimulus Won’t Revive Growth

By Jae Hur – Sep 26, 2012 Copper dropped on concern that stimulus measures announced by central banks from the U.S. to Japan, won’t be enough to bolster global economic growth, curbing demand prospects for industrial metals. Copper for delivery in three months lost as much as 1.1 percent to $8,185 a metric ton on the London Metal Exchange

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