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Commodity Outlook – Forecast 2013

The World bank has just released its latest commodity forecast report which looks at not only historical commodity prices but also forecasts for a wide range of commodity cost drivers in the global economy. You can access the Worldbank commodity

Steel Price Softens as Supply Solidifies – WSJ.com

“Steel buyers in the United States are bearish on the price outlook for hot-rolled,” he says. “They’re now receiving offers for hot-rolled band from abroad in the $740-$800 per-net-ton range, which compares to the domestic price in the $870-$890 per-ton

Silver Nears 31-Year High – WSJ.com

Silver prices neared 31-year highs on a brightening outlook for the global economy and as inflation concerns have revived. Silver for February delivery rose 72.6 cents, or 2.3%, to settle at $32.2980 a troy ounce on the Comex division of

Natural Gas Drops Most in Three Months on Mild Weather Outlook – Bloomberg.com

Natural gas dropped 4.8 percent, the biggest decline in three months, as forecasts showed milder weather next week, reducing demand for the heating fuel. Natural gas for March delivery fell 20.6 cents to $4.104 per million British thermal units on

Grain Prices Up Again as U.S. Slashes Outlook – WSJ.com

Evidence of tightening global food supplies grew as the U.S. Agriculture Department cut its estimates for global harvests of key crops and raised some demand forecasts, adding to worries about rising food prices. Prices of corn and soybeans leapt 4%

Grain Prices Soar as U.S. Slashes Outlook – WSJ.com

Grain prices soared after the U.S. Department of Agriculture made another deep cut in its outlook for global supplies. Corn and soybean futures surged the most they’re allowed to per exchange limits, hitting fresh two-year highs. Corn for March delivery,

Grain Prices Soar as U.S. Slashes Outlook – WSJ.com

Grain prices soared after the U.S. Department of Agriculture made another deep cut in its outlook for global supplies. Corn and soybean futures surged the most they’re allowed to per exchange limits, hitting fresh two-year highs. Corn for March delivery,