Brent edged up on Tuesday, holding above $85 a barrel as robust China oil demand supported prices, although gains were capped by oversupply and lingering fears of a weak global economy.
Implied oil demand at the world's larges
Gold rose for a fourth session on Friday, gaining over 1 percent to hit a two-week high as weaker equities spurred demand for the metal as a safe-haven asset.
Gold, headed for its best weekly performance since October, was also su
Gold edged higher on Friday, staying on track for its third straight weekly gain, helped by a weaker dollar and hopes of a prolonged period of easy monetary policy.
Bullion has gained nearly 10 percent in three weeks – its b
World sugar surplus is estimated around 4 million tonnes in the crop year to September 2012, above an earlier projection in excess of 3 million tonnes.
But strong Asian demand could offset any oversupply, the International Sugar Organizati
Oil reached a 25-month high for a fifth consecutive session on Thursday as a surplus in top consumer the United States subsided and strong industrial output in China sent demand to a record.
US crude for December rose 40 cents to $88.21 a