As winter weather settles in for the long haul, commodity markets have shifted focus to seasonal impacts as natural gas heats up, while gold and oil cool.
Oil is still the biggest story in the commodities markets-dropping to a fresh four-year-low this week. U.S. crude oil is on track for its seventh weekly fall in a row, its longest losing streak in...
It has been an exciting couple of weeks for commodities, and traders don't expect things to slow down any time soon.
The bears continued to hold onto oil futures and made a grab for the gold market as well as prices in both areas made big moves this week.
Gold rallies as oil falls to the lowest level in two years, and corn prices see red amid harvest-season weather forecasts.
As the dollar rally continues amid abundant oil supplies, the energy sector continues to make headlines.
Global tensions and a strong U.S. dollar were driving big moves in commodities this week.
Well here’s some good news for consumers, the price you pay at the pump is on a rapid decline, and the price of your airline ticket might be next.
Grain prices continue their descent amid the best growing conditions since 1994, which is actually putting upward pressure on cattle prices.
Coffee prices continue to rise this week