GOLD REPORT

GOLD this week rallied 16 per cent after the sell-off last week. The global equity meltdown and treasury yields hitting all-time lows had many investors liquidating long gold positions to meet...

[LONDON] Global oil storage capacity is under intense pressure because of booming output from Saudi Arabia and the United States while the coronavirus outbreak slams the world economy and crude...

[TOKYO] Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co said on Friday it may book impairment losses between 50 billion yen (S$655.4 million) and 70 billion yen (S$918.7 million) in the year ending March...

[NEW YORK] Oil prices dropped more than US$1 a barrel on Thursday as a growing number of virus-related restrictions on travel slashed global fuel demand, overshadowing expectations that a US$2...

[LONDON] The world will run out of places to store oil in as little as three months, according to an industry consultant.

[LONDON] Gold, prized by investors in times of crisis as a safe haven, is experiencing surging demand in the face of the coronavirus outbreak - from both commodity traders and retail buyers.

[SINGAPORE] Gold dropped for a second day as concerns over the threat of a trading squeeze eased and investors digested the text of the US stimulus bill.

[SINGAPORE] Oil prices slipped back in Asian trade on Thursday, as a Senate vote on a massive stimulus package to help the coronavirus-ravaged US economy was delayed.

[NEW YORK] US crude prices settled higher on Wednesday, bolstered by progress on a massive pending US economic stimulus package, even as government data showed the coronavirus pandemic started...

[MOSCOW] China is buying a record 1.6 million tonnes of Russian oil for loading at sea over the next four weeks, taking advantage of rock bottom prices for Russia's flagship Urals grade combined...