Alberta's oil curtailment program's initial success last January prompted the government to raise the production limits.
As relations between Venezuela and the United States continue to worsen, analysts are warning U.S. oil refiners for repercussions they may suffer.
Wheat and corn markets were lower for the week in response to negative USDA reports.
Are we in a bear market? Or is the bear over with the December low and we are entering a new bull market?
After hitting its eight-month high at $1,300 on Jan. 30, analysts now predict that gold could sustain this performance throughout the year and into 2020.
Shale oil has turned the U.S. into an oil exporter but the rapid growth of the industry is running into its limits.
Demand from the mills is said to be quiet, but exports are going strong, with US prices deemed competitive in Latin America and the Caribbean Basin.
For the past three years the path of the least resistance for gold and silver has been upward, except for brief market corrections.
A diversified portfolio is all well and good, but many inexperienced investors seem wary of putting their money in commodities.
The Dow Jones took last week off; in four days of trading, it advanced only 0.11% in the BEV chart below or 31 points. From here,...