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  • Oil Prices Fall on Rising U.S. Production

    Oil prices declined Friday after reports showing U.S. oil production is rising, which could help keep global supplies healthy even as Iran oil exports fall due to sanctions.

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  • Copper Edges Lower as Investors Eye Trade

    Copper prices fell for the second straight session Thursday, with some investors still nervous about the impact of recent trade tensions on global growth.

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  • Oil Approaches Six-Week High

    Oil prices climbed to the highest levels in weeks on Thursday, boosted by a larger-than-expected decline in U.S. petroleum stockpiles.

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  • Copper Pressured by Dollar’s Climb

    Copper prices fell Wednesday as the U.S. dollar ticked higher, giving up most of their supply-driven gains made earlier in the week.

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  • Copper Rises on Trade Optimism

    A rebound in copper and other metals continued as investors weighed Monday’s agreement between the U.S. and Mexico to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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  • Hog, Cattle Prices Jump on U.S.-Mexico Trade Deal

    Prices for livestock, dairy and other agricultural goods climbed on Monday after the U.S. and Mexico reached a trade agreement, alleviating one source of uncertainty that has dragged on those markets since President Trump’s election.

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  • Crop Scouts Detect a Record Soybean Crop

    Crop scouts touring the Midwest this past week found what they expect to be a record soybean crop, producing another bin-buster even as trade disputes threaten export demand.

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  • Oil Prices Rise Ahead of U.S.-China Trade Meeting

    U.S. oil prices rose as investors looked ahead to a meeting this week between U.S. and Chinese officials that may start to resolve a trade fight that sparked fears of weaker global economic growth and less demand for oil.

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  • Weaker Dollar Boosts Metals

    Copper prices rose, with a drop in the U.S. dollar allowing it to recover from last week’s heavy selling. Gold, aluminum and various other metals were also mostly higher.

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  • Copper, Gold Rise as Yuan Climbs

    Metal prices started the week higher, as concerns about economic troubles in China and Turkey and their knock-on effect on other emerging markets appeared to ease.

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