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#Commodities

From TheJournal.ie Major buyout of Ireland-based exploration company is off as the oil price tumbles No Deal

Major buyout of Ireland-based exploration company is off as the oil price tumbles

Now it looks like OPEC and the US are going toe-to-toe on oil production.

From TheJournal.ie Gold prices continue surge as investors dump debt Precious Metals

Gold prices continue surge as investors dump debt

Precious metals always do well when all else seems risky – and it’s more than double its price of five years ago.

From TheJournal.ie Gold and silver touch all-time highs as currencies slip Commodities

Gold and silver touch all-time highs as currencies slip

The old reliable precious metals reach record high values, driven by concerns that the US debt could reach its legal limit.

From TheJournal.ie Commodity markets enjoy golden moment at $1300/oz Commodities

Commodity markets enjoy golden moment at $1300/oz

The price of gold hits another record high as investors get itchy about stocks and stick for old reliables.

From TheJournal.ie Forget gold: this season's must-have commodity is cotton Cotton

Forget gold: this season's must-have commodity is cotton

Could the rising price of cotton mean the end of cheap clothes in Penneys? Well, probably not.

THE PRICE OF GOLD has reached a new all-time high, with trades on the London Bullion Market earlier today valuing the metal at a massive $1,277.90 (that’s €977.21) an ounce. Silver was also up to $20.68, up over 0.5%. The price of Irish government 10-year bonds, meanwhile, reached a weekly high of 6.030% earlier, the highest since last week’s spike.