By Garland Gay | January 16th, 2013 09:01 AM EST | posted in Commodity Weekly, Global Commodities, Spotlight
Corn prices rose again yesterday for the 7th consecutive day, continuing their longest rally since February 2012. Government estimates suggest stockpiles will continue to shrink after last growing season’s drought singed crops across the Midwest. If this winter’s precipitation turns out … Continue reading
By Garland Gay | January 8th, 2013 05:01 PM EST | posted in Commodity Weekly, Global Commodities, Spotlight
Trends show palladium increasingly gaining favor among speculative investors. A member of the platinum metals group, palladium is mostly known for being the main material used in automobile catalytic converters. From 2009 to 2011, the automotive industry accounted for 60% … Continue reading
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