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Monday, 6 March 2017

Best Commodity TipsBULLION

Gold April and Silver May futures are marginally up at $ 17.777 and $ 1,226 per ounce, respectively.Platinum April delivery is slightly down at $ 980.

ENERGY

Crude Oil April and Brent Oil May series are trading with minor losses at $ 53 and $ 56 a barrel, respectively.Natural Gas April expiry has gained 0.4 percent at $ 2.884.

BASE METAL

Copper May delivery is almost unchanged at $ 2.657.

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Sunday, 5 March 2017

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Gold steadies on safe-haven buying, weaker dollar

Gold held steady early on Monday, supported by safe haven buying amid rising geopolitical tensions over North Korea and a weaker dollar. Investors are closely watching developments after the reclusive state fired fired four ballistic missiles into the sea off Japan's northwest coast, days after it promised retaliation over U.S.-South Korean military drills.

"We expect gold to trade with a bid tone in early Asia on safe-haven flows, following a series of North Korean missile launches this morning,"

The dollar also dipped in Asian trading, as investors locked in gains after the greenback's rise last week on growing expectations of a U.S. interest rate hike this month. The dollar index was down 0.2 percent to 101.39.

Spot gold was little changed at USD1,234.20 per ounce at 0215 GMT. The metal had hit USD1,222.51, the lowest since Feb. 15, in the previous session on signals of a hike in U.S. interest rates this month.

U.S. gold futures were up 0.7 percent to USD1,234.6.

The U.S. Federal Reserve's long-stalled 'liftoff' of interest rates may finally get airborne this year as policymakers from Chair Janet Yellen to regional leaders across the United States signaled that the era of easy money is drawing to a close.

Spot gold may revisit its March 3 low of USD1,222.51 per ounce, as its drop from the Feb. 27 high of USD1,263.80 has not completed, according to Reuters technical analyst Wang Tao.

In other precious metals, spot silver fell 0.5 percent to USD17.87 per ounce, while platinum inched lower by 0.1 percent, to USD993.50.

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Thursday, 2 March 2017

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BULLION

Silver May future has added 0.3 percent in early deals at $ 17.793.Gold and Platinum April contracts are almost unchanged at $ 1,233 an ounce and $ 989, respectively.

ENERGY

Crude Oil April and Brent Oil May series are marginally up at $ 52.68 and $ 55.14 a barrel, respectively.Natural Gas April expiry has declined 0.3 percent at $ 2.805.

BASE METAL

Copper May delivery is quoted at $ 2.681 - down 0.2 percent.

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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Best Commodity TipsBULLION

Gold April and Silver May futures have declined 0.2-0.3 percent each at $ 1,247 an ounce and $ 18.422, respectively.Platinum April contract is almost unchanged at $ 1,018.

ENERGY

Crude Oil April expiry is quoted at 54 per barrel - down 0.2 percent.Brent Oil May and Natural Gas April series are marginally down at $ 56.30 and $ 2.794, respectively.

BASE METAL

Copper May delivery is slightly up at $ 2.733.

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Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Best Commodity TipsBULLION

Both Silver May and Gold April futures are witnessing losses this morning, down almost a percent each at $ 18.320 and $ 1,243 an ounce, respectively.Platinum April contract is down 0.2 percent at $ 1,024.

ENERGY

Crude Oil April and Brent Oil May series are up 0.2-0.3 percent each at $ 54 and $ 56.66 a barrel, respectively. Natural Gas April expiry is marginally down at $ 2.766.

BASE METAL

Copper May delivery has advanced around a percent at $ 2.736.

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Monday, 27 February 2017

Best Commodity Tips, BULLION

Silver May and Gold April futures have declined 0.3-0.4 percent each at $ 18.358 and $ 1,254 per ounce, respectively.Platinum April contract is up 0.2 percent at $ 1.034.

ENERGY

Crude Oil April and Brent Oil May series have gained over 0.3 percent each at $ 54 and $ 56.61 a barrel, respectively.Natural Gas April expiry is marginally up at $ 2.695.US crude oil edged higher for a second day on Tuesday, underpinned by high compliance with OPEC's production cuts even as the market remains anchored by rising US production.US producers boosted crude production to over 9 million bpd during the week ended Feb. 17 for the first time since April 2016 as energy firms search for more oil, according to federal data.

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Copper May delivery is almost unchanged at $ 2.697.

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Sunday, 26 February 2017

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Oil ticks up on supply cuts, but rising US output caps gains

Oil prices edged higher on Monday, with Brent oil set to rise for five out of seven sessions as a global supply glut appears to ease, but rising US production limited gains. Brent crude oil climbed 0.2 percent to USD 56.09 a barrel, while US West Texas Intermediate added 0.1 percent to USD 54.04 a barrel. Oil prices tumbled on Friday after US Energy Information Administration data showed US crude inventories rose for a seventh straight week.

But the market has been supported within a tight USD 4 to USD 5 range since November, when the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other producers agreed to cut production.

OPEC's record compliance with the deal has surprised the market, and the biggest laggards, the United Arab Emirates and Iraq, have pledged to catch up with their targets.

The International Energy Agency put OPEC's average compliance at a record 90 percent in January, and based on a Reuters average of production surveys, it stands at 88 percent.

Money managers raised their net long US crude futures and options positions in the week to Feb. 21, to the highest on record, based on data going back to at least 2009, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said on Friday.

"The market is trading in a range. OPEC supply cuts are putting a base under the market at this stage,"

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Friday, 24 February 2017

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Oil prices fell on Friday after U.S. crude inventories rose for a seventh week, showing the market is still struggling to ease oversupply despite many producers' efforts to rein in output. U.S. crude stocks rose by 564,000 barrels in the week to Feb. 17, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), although the gain was below analysts' expectations for an increase of 3.5 million barrels.

The continued rise in U.S. inventories comes as members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other producers have cut output.

Their joint compliance with a production-reduction deal reached at the end of last year was around 86 percent in January, according to OPEC sources quoting results from a technical committee meeting held this week.

The United States, which is not part of the deal, continues to ramp up production. Analysts at ING said they expected U.S. output to keep rising as prices remained strong enough to encourage further drilling.

"Prices continue to retreat on repeated failure to rise above the upper end of their trading ranges and yesterday's inventory data also weighs,"

In Asia, traders are selling oil held in tankers anchored off Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

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The US exported a record amount of crude oil, topping a million barrels a day for a second week and filling the gap in world markets created by OPEC cutbacks.

Shale and other US producers sent 1.2 million barrels of crude oil onto world markets last week, up nearly 200,000 barrels a day from the week earlier and about 350,000 barrels above the four-week average, according to Energy Information Administration data. Until recently, the US was exporting about 500,000 barrels a day.

"OPEC's got a competitor. No doubt about it," said Kyle Cooper, a consultant with Ion Energy Group. "They certainly have to be concerned with US oil producers eating into their market share."

US producers have also ramped up production to 9 million barrels a day last week, a level last seen in April 2016. The new production is increasing even as the U.S stockpiles continue to grow. According to EIA, oil supplies grew for a seventh week, adding a smaller than expected 564,000 barrels.

"OPEC is definitely looking over its shoulder at these rising numbers of exports, and it's undermining their efforts on a daily basis," said John Kilduff of Again Capital. "Some of it's going to Asia. China is one of the more unusual buyers in there. The shale guys are filling the gap of the very cuts that were put in place by the market."

The Oil Producing and Export Countries and non-OPEC producers, like Russia, agreed to cut about 1.8 million barrels a day from the world market in an effort to stabilize oil prices.

Oil has been holding above $50 per barrel since OPEC reached the output deal in December. The market has been giving the producers high marks for compliance with the deal, with a recent Bloomberg report quoting OPEC sources saying they have 90 percent compliance and non-OPEC 70 percent. OPEC removed about 890,000 barrels a day from the world market in January.

Cooper said some of OPEC's compliance was easy to achieve due to planned maintenance in January.

The US exports alone totaled more than the production of a number of OPEC countries, like Algeria, Libya, Gabon, Qatar and Ecuador, according to Andrew Lipow, president of Lipow Oil Associates.

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