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Commodities

Name Price Closing Change Closing Chg.% Time/Date
Gold $1,185.50 -10.2500 -0.8572% 2015-03-30 19:00:13
Silver $16.65 -0.4900 -2.8588% 2015-03-30 19:00:13
Cattle 1.47 -0.4475 -23.3718% 2015-03-30 12:26:10
Pigs 1.33 0.0000 0.0000% 2015-03-25 14:16:29
Lamb 1.92 -0.0313 -1.6005% 2015-03-30 12:26:10
Brent Crude $56.13 -1.7400 -3.0067% 2015-03-30 19:00:13
Krugerrand $1,183.70 -10.8000 -0.9041% 2015-03-30 19:00:13
Palladium $735.00 -13.0000 -1.7380% 2015-03-30 19:00:13
Platinum $1,119.00 -19.0000 -1.6696% 2015-03-30 19:00:13
One dead and two injured in shooting outside NSA base

One dead and two injured in shooting outside NSA base

A person died after a shooting outside the headquarters of the National Security Agency (NSA) in Maryland on Monday. According to the local press, another two people were injured after trying to ram t... [more]

Nigeria's economy in for a tough time, IMF says

Nigeria's economy in for a tough time, IMF says

Nigeria's economy faces serious challenges in 2015 including high inflation and low growth, according to the IMF. In its Article IV consultation on Nigeria, the IMF said on Monday that the country's o... [more]

US pending home sales climb to highest level since June 2013 in February

US pending home sales climb to highest level since June 2013 in February

US pending home sales in February climbed to their highest level since June 2013, figures released on Monday showed. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) said its pending-home-sales index increa... [more]

Ex-Fed chief Bernanke plans to write his own blog

Ex-Fed chief Bernanke plans to write his own blog

Former Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke will be periodically writing a blog in which he can express his views away from the discerning eyes of the market. In a post explaining his decision to start ... [more]

US personal incomes keep expanding, but spending lags

US personal incomes keep expanding, but spending lags

Personal incomes in the US grew slightly more quickly than expected last month, but gains in spending failed to meet analysts' forecasts. Consumer expenditures grew by 0.1% month-on-month, according t... [more]

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FTSE 100 Top Risers

Name Last Chg.% Time
Antofagasta 739.50 3.43 17:03
Ashtead Group 1,101.00 2.90 17:11
London Stock Exchange Group 2,476.00 2.61 17:08
ARM Holdings 1,106.00 2.50 17:08
Coca-Cola HBC AG (CDI) 1,219.00 2.01 16:44

FTSE 100 Top Fallers

Name Last Chg.% Time
Smiths Group 1,129.00 -2.84 17:08
BG Group 852.00 -2.44 17:00
Barratt Developments 526.50 -1.87 17:08
Capita 1,123.00 -1.58 17:10
BT Group 448.90 -1.27 17:08