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IMF Forecast Raises Spot Gold Prices in the Market

Despite the improvements between America and China’s relationship, the IMF still released a worrying forecast for the global economy. The International Monetary Fund’s latest...

A Fruitful Decade for US Shale Production | Wibest Broker

The United States has grown into the biggest shale gas producer this decade, and 2019 is its lucky year. Shale gas demand and production...

Spot Gold Prices Still Bullish Despite Trade War Optimism

Gold traders are working their way to the top and looking to end the year with gains, defying all odds. Spot gold prices are...

Odds Are Working in Favor of Oil Petroleum Prices | Wibest

Oil petroleum futures stand firm on three-month highs thanks to the right set of fundamentals backing up traders. The improving US economy – mainly...

Oil and Petroleum Futures Sees Gains, Market Stays Calm

As the market rests and relaxes for the holiday season, oil and petroleum bulls are having their way in the market. Although the emerging...

Eskom Made South Africa’s Emerging Market 2019’s Worst

South African energy giant Eskom is the biggest upset to the country’s emerging market this 2019. It made an impact on its currency –...

The Clash of Middle Eastern Titans: Iran and Saudi Arabia

Iran and Saudi Arabia have been long-time rivals. And this year, things just got more complicated. The Iran-Saudi Arabi Proxy Conflict or Iran-Saudi Arabia...

Spot Gold Prices Rally Ahead of the Holidays | Wibest

Commodities on the market are on the move again thanks to recent news about the US-China trade war. Spot gold prices climb to monthly...

Trade War Progress Helps Keep Oil Petroleum Prices Steady

Oil petroleum futures are on their three-month highs today thanks to the progress in the US-China trade deal. Investors are ending their week on...

Inventories Dip, Oil and Petroleum Prices Steady | Wibest

The seesaw of results from weekly crude inventory reports caused oil and petroleum prices to steady this Thursday. Prices are still on their third-month...