Comex Market

23Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 23 July 2014

INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY NEWS :

Gold prices edged lower in U.S. trading on Tuesday after data revealed both consumer prices and existing home sales are on the rise in the U.S., which should prompt the Federal Reserve to do away with loose monetary policies that have supported the commodity for years.

Natural gas carried Monday’s losses into Tuesday after updated weather forecasting models continued to call for below- normal temperatures to make their way across parts of the eastern half of the U.S. in the coming days On the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $3.800 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, down 1.29%. The commodity hit a session high of $3.862 and a low of $3.789. The August contract settled down 2.58% on Monday to end at $3.849 per million British thermal units. Natural gas futures were likely to find support at $3.741 per million British thermal units, the low from Nov. 26, 2013, and resistance at $3.893, Monday’s high.

Crude futures edged lower on Tuesday on fears this week’s U.S. supply report will come in bearish, while uncertainty over the fate of Ukraine and Gaza in Israel allowing for choppy trading. n the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate crude oil for delivery in September traded down 0.41% at $102.44 a barrel during U.S. trading. New York-traded oil futures hit a session low of $102.14 a barrel and a high of $103.38 a barrel. The September contract settled up 0.89% at $102.86 a barrel on Monday.

On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for August delivery traded at 1,306.70 a troy ounce during U.S. trading, down 0.55%, up from a session low of $1,302.60 and off a high of $1,315.80. The August contract settled up 0.34% at $1,313.90 on Monday. Futures were likely to find support at $1,292.60 a troy ounce, the low from July 15, and resistance at $1,319.00, Monday’s high.

• Nymex oil futures were likely to find support at $101.48 a barrel, Monday’s low, and resistance at $103.38 a barrel, the session high.Markets tracked events unfolding in Ukraine and in Gaza, with investors looking for fresh signs to indicate whether geopolitical tensions in will threaten Russian and Middle East oil exports, and the uncertainty allowed for choppy trading at times on Tuesday.

TRADING STRATEGY :

  • SELL GOLD COMEX BELOW 1300 TG 1294 ,1284 SL 1308
  • BUY GOLD-COMEX ABOVE 1303 TGTS 1309, 1319 SL 1294

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22Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 22 July 2014

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Gold and silver futures edged higher on Monday, as worries over ongoing tensions in Ukraine and the Gaza Strip continued to dampen risksentiment and boost demand for safe haven assets. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold for August delivery tacked on 0.35%, or $4.60, to trade at $1,314.00 a troy ounce during U.S. morning hours. Prices held in a tight range between $1,308.00 and $1,314.80.

Silver for September delivery tacked on 0.48%, or 10.1 cents, to trade at $20.98 a troy ounce. Investors remained cautious following the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner in eastern Ukraine late last week, with the U.S. blaming pro-Russian separatists for the act.

Copper futures traded near a three-week low on Monday, as ongoing jitters over a possible bond default in China’s construction sector weighed. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, copper for September delivery dipped 0.08%, or 0.3 cents, to trade at $3.182 a pound during European morning hours.

Natural gas prices sold off on Thursday after the U.S. Energy Information Administration said in its weekly report that natural gas storage in the U.S. rose by 107 billion cubic feet last week, above expectations for an increase of 98 billion cubic feet.The five-year average change for the week is an increase of 65 billion cubic feet.Total U.S. natural gas storage stood at 2.129 trillion cubic feet as of last week, narrowing the deficit to the five-year average to 25.5%, down from a record 54.7% at the end of March.Meanwhile, updated weather-forecasting models called for cooler temperatures across most parts of the heavily- populated Midwest and Northeast regions over the next five days.

TRADING STRATEGY :

  • SELL GOLD-COMEX BELOW 1314 TGTS 1307, 1297 SL 1325
  • BUY GOLD-COMEX ABOVE 1314 TGTS 1321, 1331 SL 1304.

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21Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 21 July 2014

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Crude oil futures rose on Friday, to trade near two-week highs amid growing concerns over fresh tensions in Ukraine and as    U.S. manufacturing data released on Thursday continued to support. Oil prices strengthened after a Malaysian Airlines passenger jet crashed in eastern Ukraine. All 298 people on board were killed, sharply raising the stakes in a conflict between Kiev and pro-Moscow rebels in which Russia and the West back opposing sides.

Brent oil futures for September delivery rose 0.8% to $107.89 a barrel on the ICE futures exchange Thursday before the crash. An early morning gain had come primarily from the August contract, which expired Wednesday at a settlement of $105.85, “rolling over” into the new front-month September contract which was trading higher.Investors were tracking news reports that a Malaysian Airlines plane crashed in Ukraine,with wire reports saying the aircraft had been shot down near the border with Russia, a major oil exporter.Oil prices shot up as investors awaited confirmation of the plane crash and its cause, as concerns began to build that the Russian-Ukraine conflict will escalate and disrupt the global flow of crude oil.Malaysia Airlines confirmed it lost contact with the plane, while wire reports quoting Ukraine officials said the plane was shot down, though a lack of confirmations on what happened kept many on the sidelines, which capped gains somewhat.

Natural gas carried Thursday’s losses into Friday after data revealed that U.S. natural gas supplies rose more than expected last week. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $3.940 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, down 0.37%. The commodity hit a session high of $3.976 and a low of $3.936. The August contract settled down 4.01% on Thursday to end at $3.954 per million British thermal units.Natural gas futures were likely to find support at $3.936 per million British thermal units, the session low, and resistance at $4.173, Monday’s high.

• On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for August delivery traded at 1,310.50 a troy ounce during U.S. trading, down 0.49%, up from a session low of $1,305.20 and off a high of $1,325.30. The August contract settled up 1.32% at $1,316.90 on Thursday.Futures were likely to find support at $1,292.60 a troy ounce, Tuesday’s low, and resistance at $1,325.90, Thursday’s high

TRADING STRATEGY :

GOLD-COMEX has closed @ 1310.14. If it breaks the level of 1304.29, it can touch the level of 1335 & 1329 respectively. If it sustain above the level of 1314, it can touch the level of 1320, 1328 respectively.

  • SELL GOLD-COMEX BELOW 1304 TGTS 1297, 1285 SL 1314.
  • BUY GOLD-COMEX ABOVE 1314 TGTS 1321, 1333 SL 1304.

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18Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 18 July 2014

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Gold prices continued gains in Asia on Friday after President Barack Obama said the U.S. would assist in determining the cause of the crash of a Malaysia Airlines plane near the Russia-Ukraine border. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for August delivery traded at $1,322.70 a troy ounce, up 0.44%, after hitting an overnight session low of $1,298.20 and off a high of $1,324.40.

Silver for September delivery was up 0.57% at $21.255 a troy ounce. Copper futures for September delivery were flat at 3.216 a pound.

Crude oil prices rose in Asia, continuing overnight gains after Gold prices continued gains in Asia on Friday after President Barack Obama said the U.S. would assist in determining the cause of the crash of a Malaysia Airlines plane near the Russia-Ukraine border. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate crude oil for delivery in August traded at $103.76 a barrel, up 0.55%, after hitting an overnight session low of $101.28 a barrel and a high of $103.06 a barrel, posting the largest one-day dollar and percentage gain since June 12, when Islamists launched an uprising in Iraq.

Brent oil futures for September delivery rose 0.8% to $107.89 a barrel on the ICE futures exchange Thursday before the crash. An early morning gain had come primarily from the August contract, which expired Wednesday at a settlement of $105.85, “rolling over” into the new front-month September contract which was trading higher.

Natural gas dropped to near six-month lows on Thursday after data showed that U.S. supplies rose more than expected last week. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $3.965 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, down 3.75%. The commodity hit a session high of $4.112 and a low of $3.957. The August contract settled up 0.54% on Wednesday to end at $4.119 per million British thermal units.

Base metals traded mixed on Friday Asian trade, with prices mostly range-bound and on thin volumes, lacking catalyst for price direction. Copper was last $10 lower at $7,055 per tonne, with prices trading in a $20 range this morning. The metal saw some heavy selling during London trading yesterday, falling to a low of $7,032 due to concerns surrounding financing in China. Nickel at $19,175 is down $25 after stocks increased 2,364 tonnes to 310,782 tonnes, a fresh all-time high. Aluminium remained quietly steady, currently trading at $1,987, just $2 lower from previous close. Inventories were down 8,775 tonnes at 4,967,250 tonnes, their lowest since September 2012. Cancelled warrants were also lower, down 6,725 tonnes to 2,915,100 tonnes. Zinc at $2,305 gained $3 as the market swung to a deficit of 194,000 tonnes in the first five months of the year, according to the International Lead and Zinc Study Group (ILZSG).Stocks continue to drop, falling 350 tonnes to 657,375 tonnes – the 13th consecutive day of declines. Lead was up as well, gaining $5 on Thursday’s $2,190 close, while stocks down 35 tonnes to 11,775 tonnes. The ILZSG pegged the January-May deficit at a wider 20,000 tonnes. Tin at $22,068 is $32 lower although stocks lost 35 tonnes to 11,775 tonnes.

TRADING STRATEGY :

GOLD-COMEX has closed @ 1318.81. If it breaks the level of 1311, it can touch the level of 1304 & 1292 respectively. If it sustain above the level of 1332, it can touch the level of 1339, 1351 respectively.

  • SELL GOLD-COMEX BELOW 1311 TGTS 1304, 1292 SL 1321.
  • BUY GOLD-COMEX ABOVE 1332 TGTS 1339, 1351 SL 1322.

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17Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 17 July 2014

INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY NEWS :

Gold price eased slightly in Asia on Thursday with remarks by Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen being digested for hints on the timing of higher rates. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for August delivery traded at $1,299.40 a troy ounce, down 0.03%, after hitting a session low of $1,294.10 and off a high of $1,304.30.

Silver for September delivery traded at $20.793 a troy ounce, up 0.09%. Copper futures for September delivery were flat at $3.214 a pound.

Crude oil prices held gains into Asia on Thursday after bullish U.S. stockpiles data bolstered views of solid demand. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate crude oil for delivery in August traded at $101.39 a barrel, up 0.18%, after hitting an overnight session low of $99.95 a barrel and a high of $101.39 a barrel.

Natural gas futures edged higher on Wednesday after investors priced in the impact below-normal temperatures making their way across the U.S. will have on demand and went long on expectations for seasonably warm temperatures to follow. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $4.131 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, up 0.82%. The commodity hit a session high of $4.145 and a low of $4.087. The August contract settled down 1.21% on Tuesday to end at $4.097 per million British thermal units.

Base metals prices were largely unchanged in Wednesday morning’s LME premarket despite Chinese industrial production figures coming in above forecast.The copper price- just 4,200 lots have changed hands on Select so far. Stock movements were marginal, with inventories down 200 tonnes to 159,175 tonnes. the aluminium price was the most notable mover, peaking at a fresh 13-month high of $1,979 per tonne – it was last at $1,975, up $15 on the Tuesday’s close. Zinc hit $2,320 overnight but is currently sitting around $2,311, up $12. Stocks continue to fall, dropping another 750 tonnes to 657,725 tonnes, marking the 12th day of consecutive declines. Lead drifted from its earlier session high of $2,220 and was last at $2,212, still up $4. The tin price slipped $36 to $22,139 after a 275-tonnes stock increase to 11,810 tonnes. Nickel rose $44 to $19,369, continuing to take support from the long-running Indonesian ore export ban. It shrugged off a 96-tonne increase in stocks, which took LME inventories to fresh highs.

• The global Brent oil contract lost 0.2% to $105.85 a barrel, on the last day of trading for the expiring August contract.

TRADING STRATEGY :

COPPER-COMEX has closed @ 3.2125. If it breaks the level of 3.2065, it can touch the level of 3.1955 & 3.1800 respectively. If it sustain above the level of 3.2425, it can touch the level of 3.2535, 3.2685 respectively.

  • SELL COPPER-COMEX BELOW 3.2065 TGTS 3.1955, 3.1800 SL 3.2175.
  • BUY COPPER-COMEX ABOVE 3.2425 TGTS 3.2535, 3.2685 SL 3.2315.

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16Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 16 July 2014

INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY NEWS :

Gold prices fell further in Asia on Wednesday as investors reacted to remarks by Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen that hinted rates could rise sooner if the economy ticks up faster than expected. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for August delivery traded at $1,295.10 a troy ounce, down 0.15%, after hitting an overnight session low of $1,293.10 and off a high of $1,314.50.

Silver for September delivery was down 0.63% at $20.758 a troy ounce. Copper futures for September delivery fell 0.08% to $3.248 a pound.

Crude oil prices rose in Asia on Wednesday as U.S. crude oil stocks fell sharply, according to industry data, showing solid demand. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate crude oil for delivery in August traded at $100.22 a barrel, up 0.26%, after hitting an vernight session low of $99.02 a barrel and a high of $101.20 a barrel.

Brent oil futures, the international benchmark, fell 0.9% to $106.02 a barrel on ICE Futures Europe to a three-month low on Tuesday.

Natural gas futures carried Monday’s losses into Tuesday after updated weather-forecasting models continued to call for below- normal temperatures sweeping in from Canada into the Midwest to trek east. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $4.112 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, down 0.86%. The commodity hit a session high of $4.158 and a low of $4.098. The August contract settled up 0.02% on Monday to end at $4.147 per million British thermal units.

Base metals mostly continued their consolidation mode during Wednesday’s Asian trade despite latest Chinese GDP data performing above expectations. Copper last at $7,128 per tonne is just $2 lower from Tuesday, while Aluminium at $1,964 is $4 higher – it peaked $1,967.25 on Tuesday, which is the highest level since June 2013. Stocks fell 9,100 tonnes to 4,986,175 tonnes, holding around September 2012 lows, while cancelled warrants dipped 10,825 tonnes to 2,931,800 tonnes. Zinc closed at $2,299, a $48 loss but recovered some $13 overnight to the current $2,312 per tonne. . Both stocks and cancelled warrants were 1,500 tonnes lower at 658,475 tonnes and 60,575 tonnes respectively. Lead hardly moved at $2,207 while nickel dropped $10 to $19,315 after a 612-tonne inventory increase to 308,322 tonnes. Tin at $22,110 is down $65, with no change in stocks.

TRADING STRATEGY :

PLATINUM-COMEX has closed @ 1479.745. If it breaks the level of 1478, it can touch the level of 1470 & 1458 respectively. If it sustain above the level of 1497, it can touch the level of 1505, 1517 respectively.

  • SELL PLATINUM-COMEX BELOW 1478 TGTS 1470, 1458 SL 1488.
  • BUY PLATINUM-COMEX ABOVE 1497 TGTS 1505, 1517 SL 1487.

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15Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 15 July 2014

INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY NEWS :

Gold prices gained in Asia on Tuesday ahead of testimeony from the U.S. Federal Reserve chief to Congress and continued tension in the euro zone over Portugal. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for August delivery traded at $1,308.70 a troy ounce, up 0.15%, after hitting an overnight session low of $1,304.10 and off a high of $1,340.70.

Silver for September delivery rose 0.23% at $20.962 a troy ounce. Copper futures for September delivery were down 0.02% at $3.253 a pound.

Crude prices held steady in Asia on Tuesday ahead of U.S. stockpile reports this week. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate crude oil for delivery in August traded at $100.93 a barrel, up 0.01%, after closing at $101.83 a barrel overnight.

Brent Oil on the ICE futures exchange in London gained 0.3% to $106.98 a barrel on Monday.

Natural gas futures edged lower on Monday after updated weather-forecasting models predicted below-normal temperatures to sweep in from Canada into the Midwest this week and trek east. On the New York Mercantile Exchange,natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $4.130 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, down 0.40%. The commodity hit a session high of $4.172 and a low of $4.096. The August contract settled down 0.63% on Friday to end at $4.146 per million British thermal units.

Base metals were mostly trading at the lower end of their recent ranges on Tuesday, as the market awaits a strong of key Chinese data releases out tomorrow. Copper finished at $7,120 per tonne on Monday and is now $33 lower at $7,096 per tonne. Inventories rose a net 925 tonnes to 159,400 tonnes, with incremental increases continuing in Busan. Stocks there rose another 950 tonnes, which traders attribute to its proximity to China Aluminium fell as well, declining to $1,934 from Monday’s $1,942 although inventories dropped 10,625 tonnes to 4,995,275 tonnes, falling below 5 million tonnes for the first time since September 2012. Zinc at $2,296 is down $11 and lead at $2,198 fell $15 overnight. Tin lost $13 to last done at $22,109, with stocks dropping 40 tonnes to 11,535 tonnes. Nickel was last at $19,236, down $114 after stocks rose 3,960 tonnes to 307,710 tonnes.

TRADING STRATEGY :

COPPER-COMEX has closed @ 3.2500. If it breaks the level of 3.2270, it can touch the level of 3.2150 & 3.2000 respectively. If it sustain above the level of 3.2605, it can touch the level of 3.2725, 3.2875 respectively.

  • SELL COPPER-COMEX BELOW 3.2270 TGTS 3.2150, 3.2000 SL 3.2390.
  • BUY COPPER-COMEX ABOVE 3.2605 TGTS 3.2725, 3.2875 SL 3.2485.

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14Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 14 July 2014

INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY NEWS :

Gold futures came off earlier highs and dipped into negative territory on Friday though the commodity remain stable on fears that financial woes at Portugal’s largest bank may signify the euro zone periphery may be facing financial troubles anew. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for August delivery traded at 1,337.00 a troy ounce during U.S. trading, down 0.16%, up from a session low of $1,334.90 and off a high of $1,340.30. The August contract settled up 1.13% at $1,339.20 on Thursday.

Silver for September delivery was down 0.19% at $21.468 a troy ounce, while copper futures for September delivery were up 0.07% at $3.269 a pound.

Crude futures dropped on Friday as investors continued to unwind positions that priced in conflict-related supply disruptions in Libya and Iraq that never materialized. In the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate crude oil for delivery in August traded at $101.00 a barrel during U.S. trading, down 1.88%. New York-traded oil futures hit a session low of $100.62 a barrel and a high of $102.92 a barrel. The August contract settled up 0.63% at $102.93 a barrel on Thursday.

Natural gas futures bounced back from six-month lows on Friday after bargain hunters snapped up nicely-priced positions in the commodity and reversed losses stemming from Thursday’s bearish supply report. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $4.138 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, up 0.44%. The commodity hit a session high of $4.158 and a low of $4.107. The August contract settled down 1.20% on Thursday to end at $4.120 per million British thermal units.

Base metals were in consolidation mode in Friday’s LME premarket on a lack of impetus. Conditions were thin – fewer than 4,000 lots of copper have changed hands on Select so far. Copper was last at $7,141 per tonne, down $21 on Thursday’s close. Stocks were up 375 tonnes to 158,475 tonnes – again due to material arriving in Busan. Cancellations at the Korean port also climbed 850 tonnes to 2,375 tonnes. Aluminium was $5 higher at $1,930, with stocks 9,450 tonnes lower at 5,005,900 tonnes and cancelled warrants 1,425 tonnes higher at 2,949,250 tonnes. Tin was trading around two-week lows at $21,950 – stocks increased 30 tonnes to 11,575 tonnes. Nickel has been bumpy, reflecting political developments in Indonesia. It was last at $19,290, up $40, after stocks fell 60 tonnes to 307,350 tonnes although cancelled warrants dropped 2,646 tonnes to 104,352 tonnes. Lead at $2,196 was up $7 – stocks and cancelled warrants both down 225 tonnes at 213,375 tonnes and 11,375 tonnes respectively – while zinc at $2,285 was up $14 after stocks fell 1,050 tonnes to 660,800 tonnes and cancelled warrants jumped 4,950 tonnes to 62,850 tonnes.

• The ICE Futures Exchange in London, Brent oil futures for August delivery were down 1.82% and trading at US$106.701 a barrel, while the spread between the Brent and U.S. crude contracts stood at US$5.70 a barrel.

TRADING STRATEGY :

SILVER-COMEX has closed @ 21.41. If it sustain above the level of 21.46, it can touch the level of 21.61 & 21.81 respectively. If it breaks the level of 21.13, it can touch the level of 20.98, 20.78 respectively.

  • BUY SILVER-COMEX ABOVE 21.46 TGTS 21.61, 21.81 SL 21.27.
  • SELL SILVER-COMEX BELOW 21.13 TGTS 20.98, 20.78 SL 21.32.

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11Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 11 July 2014

INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY NEWS :

Gold prices eased in Asia on Friday, retracing overnight gains made on concerns about southern European banks. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, Gold futures for August delivery traded at $1,337.40 a troy ounce, down 0.13%, after hitting an overnight session low of $1,325.40 and off a high of $1,346.10.

Silver for September delivery fell 0.07% at $21.493 a troy ounce. Copper futures for September delivery rose 0.09% at $3.273 a pound.

Crude oil prices fell in Asia on Friday on profit taking after mild gains in the U.S. session. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate crude oil for delivery in August traded at $102.76 barrel, down 0.17%,after hitting an overnight session low of $101.55 a barrel and a high of $103.00 a barrel.

Brent oil for August delivery on the ICE Futures Europe exchange gained 0.4% to $108.67 a barrel on Thursday, snapping an eight-day losing streak. It was the largest one-day dollar and percentage gain in three weeks.

Natural gas futures fell to six-month lows on Thursday after official data revealed U.S. stockpiles rose more than expected last week. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $4.118 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, down 1.26%. The commodity hit a session high of $4.189 and a low of $4.117. The August contract settled down 0.81% on Wednesday to end at $4.170 per million British thermal units.

Base metals were mixed this Friday’s Asian trade, while a combination of factors affecting the market cause investors to adopt a wait-and-see approach. Copper is just $5 higher from Thursday’s kerb close at $7,167 per tonne. Warehouse stocks arrested a mini-run of increases – there was a net 975-tonne decline to 158,100 tonnes – with no metal warranted in Busan today. Aluminium remains flat at $1,925, while zinc gained $5 to $2,276, with stocks declining 675 tonnes to 661,850 tonnes, the lowest since December 2010 again. Lead is $3 lower at $2,186 with stocks unchanged for the fifth day in a row at 213,600 tonnes. Nickel is up $90 at $19,340, and Tin at $22,144 is up $119 from yesterday’s $22,050.

TRADING STRATEGY :

WTICRUDEOIL-NYMEX has closed @ 102.84. If it sustain above the level of 103.22, it can touch the level of 103.72 & 104.42 respectively. If it breaks the level of 102.02, it can touch the level of 101.52, 100.82 respectively.

  • BUY CRUDEOIL-NYMEX ABOVE 103.22 TGTS 103.72, 104.42 SL 102.67.
  • SELL CRUDEOIL-NYMEX BELOW 102.02 TGTS 101.52, 100.82 SL 102.57.

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10Jul

Comex Commodity Trading Signals and Market News – 10 July 2014

INTERNATIONAL COMMODITY NEWS :

Gold prices gained in Asia on Thursday as the dollar lost ground on expectations for continued low rates in the U.S. even after the Federal Reserve ends its asset-purchase program. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for August delivery traded at $1,327.70 a troy ounce, up 0.26%, after hitting an overnight session low of $1,318.90 and off a high of $1,328.30.

Silver for September delivery was up 0.37% at $21.145 a troy ounce. Copper futures for September delivery were down 0.05% at $3.252 a pound.

Crude oil prices fell in Asia on Thursday as ample global supplies outweighed a sharper that expected drop in U.S. crude stocks. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate crude oil for delivery in August traded at $101.87 a barrel, down 0.42%, after hitting an overnight session low of $102.11 a barrel and a high of $103.59 a barrel.

Brent oil prices fell 66 cents to $108.28 a barrel on the ICE Futures Europe exchange.

Natural gas futures came off session lows in Wednesday trading as investors weighed below-normal temperatures across the eastern U.S. and uncertainty over Thursday’s weekly supply report. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, natural gas futures for delivery in August traded at $4.215 per million British thermal units during U.S. trading, up 0.26%. The commodity hit a session high of $4.229 and a low of $4.168. The August contract settled down 0.50% on Tuesday to end at $4.204 per million British thermal units.

• Fund activity helped to push metal prices higher during Tuesday morning pre-market sessions, with CTA buying propelling nickel, aluminium and zinc, while copper also resumed it’s increase. The copper price at $7,175 was up $19.50 on the previous day’s close, while stocks were down a net 1,300 tonnes to 158,050 tonnes and cancelled warrants fell 1,925 tonnes to 31,075 tonnes. The zinc price remains strong – it last traded at $2,279, an increase of $16 and the highest since August 2011 as it finds ongoing support from fund activity. The lead price at $2,198 was up $6 – although it had earlier peaked at $2,203 – stocks were unchanged again. Tin at $22,674 was down $1, as stocks were up 25 tonnes to 11,850 tonnes. Nickel prices continue to find support from the Indonesian export ban uncertainty. The Indonesian government is set to hold presidential elections tomorrow, which will have ramifications for the ban on ore exports. Last at $19,531 it was up $221 and stocks fell 114 tonnes to 305,280 tonnes.

TRADING STRATEGY :

PLATINUM-COMEX has closed @ 1500.75. If it sustain above the level of 1510, it can touch the level of 1518 & 1529 respectively. If it breaks the level of 1493, it can touch the level of 1485, 1474 respectively.

  • BUY PLATINUM-COMEX ABOVE 1510 TGTS 1518, 1529 SL 1500.
  • SELL PLATINUM-COMEX BELOW 1493 TGTS 1485, 1474 SL 1503.

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