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Name Price Closing Change Closing Chg.% Time/Date
Gold $1,253.65 5.7500 0.4608% 2017-02-24 23:00:16
Silver $18.27 0.2700 1.5000% 2017-02-24 23:00:16
Cattle 1.98 0.0819 4.3146% 2017-02-24 12:32:58
Pigs 1.50 0.0000 0.0000% 2017-02-22 13:48:48
Lamb 1.72 0.0405 2.4181% 2017-02-24 12:35:10
Brent Crude $56.20 -0.4600 -0.8119% 2017-02-24 23:00:16
Krugerrand $1,258.10 8.9000 0.7125% 2017-02-24 23:00:16
Palladium $766.00 -17.0000 -2.1711% 2017-02-24 10:14:49
Platinum $995.00 -8.0000 -0.7976% 2017-02-24 10:14:47
FX round-up: Sterling endures torrid Friday as traders head for safe-haven gold

FX round-up: Sterling endures torrid Friday as traders head for safe-haven gold

(ShareCast News) - Sterling had a torrid time on key crosses Friday with traders buying defensive assets such as gold on concerns about Europe's political unease, and worries about the economic impact... [more]

London close: FTSE 100 dragged down by banks and miners

London close: FTSE 100 dragged down by banks and miners

(ShareCast News) - Banks and miners led the FTSE to a lower close Friday, in a session awash with blue-chip news including disappointing annual results from Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Charter... [more]

Mexican current account deficit narrows further in fourth quarter 2016

Mexican current account deficit narrows further in fourth quarter 2016

(ShareCast News) - Mexico's current account deficit narrowed over the last three months of 2016 on strength in manufacturing, but risks were on the rise, economists said. In the fourth quarter, the cu... [more]

Trump whips up CPAC with 'massive' tax cut pledge, Mexico wall timetable

Trump whips up CPAC with 'massive' tax cut pledge, Mexico wall timetable

(ShareCast News) - President Donald Trump told the Conservative Political Action Conference he would "massively" lower taxes for America's middle classes as well as trimming business taxes, while also... [more]

Commodities: Dissatisfied traders sell crude on rise in US inventories

Commodities: Dissatisfied traders sell crude on rise in US inventories

(ShareCast News) - Crude-oil futures are rising Friday as traders continue to express dissatisfaction at yet another rise in US inventories amid a long-running global glut of the black liquid. At roug... [more]

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