Gold fell on Tuesday and was heading for a third straight quarterly fall, pressured by a strong dollar and expectations the US Federal Reserve will increase interest rates this year.
Bullion has fallen 3 per cent since hitting a t
Oil prices fell on Monday as officials from Iran and six world powers discussed a possible deal over Tehran's nuclear programme that could bring an end to sanctions and allow an increase in Iranian oil exports.
The two sides h
Brent crude reversed early losses to rise above $56 a barrel on Tuesday, as a weaker dollar overshadowed signs of slowing growth in China and Saudi Arabian oil production close to an all-time high.
The dollar slipped 0.3 per cent
A V-shaped recovery in oil prices is unlikely and Brent will average $52 per barrel in 2015 and $58 per barrel in 2016, a report said.
In the past 15 years, the global economy was defined by rising commodity prices, zero interest
Gold retained gains from a three-day rally on Monday to trade near its highest in two weeks, boosted by a weaker dollar and caution from the Federal Reserve on the timing of a possible hike in US interest rates.
Spot gold was litt
National Bank of Egypt (NBE), the oldest commercial lender in the North African country, has invited banks to pitch for arranger roles on a potential dollar-denominated bond issue, two banking sources said on Thursday.
A deal for
Oil prices fell on Monday, with US crude dropping nearly 3 per cent to a six-year low as the dollar hit fresh highs and spare oil storage capacity runs low around the world.
Both US crude and Brent have dropped steeply this month
Global oil prices tumbled on Friday and fell 9 per cent on the week, hit by a renewed rally in the dollar and a warning by the International Energy Agency (IEA) that the oil glut is growing.
Data that showed a sharp drop in the nu
Brent oil futures rose above $58 a barrel on Thursday as the dollar weakened and Iraqi security forces battled Islamic State fighters in Tikrit.
The dollar was down 0.66 per cent against a basket of currencies, making dollar-trade
Brent crude gave up most of its early gains and steadied above $58.50 a barrel on Tuesday, supported by data showing annual consumer inflation in top energy consumer China recovered last month while a firmer dollar kept a lid on prices.