CME Group Featured Commodity Market News Reports

CME Group compiled commodity news reports and global headlines. 

This futures market newsfeed includes prominant global commodity stories, as well as CME Group commodity research and studies.

  1. Bank of Canada's recent interest rate cut, the first among G7 central banks, could be a harbinger of similar actions by other central banks in developed economies. The shift towards looser monetary policy could have significant implications for commodities.
  2. There has been a radical change to the dream environment of long-only U.S. equity and bond portfolios.
  3. Learn about the expanded benefits to clients as CME Group expands its fixed income offering with solutions for managing credit and mortgage exposure.
  4. The shift to digital photography is among the reasons why silver is still 40% below its price peaks of 1980 and 2011, while gold hits record highs above $2,500 an ounce.
  5. In the latest report, Inspirante Trading Solutions zooms in on platinum, an often-overlooked precious metal, exploring price catalyst within the macro backdrop and through technical analysis to uncover potential opportunities.

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