Metals and Mining

PRECIOUS-North Korea tensions push gold prices higher 13:29 GMT

* U.S., South Korea begin military drills * U.S. bond yields, global stocks fall * COMEX speculative longs at two-month high * Investors look to Jackson Hole meeting (Updates prices) By Peter Hobson LONDON, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Gold rose on Monday as tensions over North Korea fuelled safe-haven demand, while doubts about U.S. President Donald Trump's ability to enact pro-business policies pushed U.S. bond yields to near two-month lows and weakened the dollar.   Full Article

 

Metals and Mining

Data as of 15:32 GMT (Delayed at least 20 minutes).
Commodity Exch Currency Expire Last Trade
Date/Time
Net Chg Open High Low
GOLD CON1
Aug17
TCE JPY 08/28 4,510 08/21 13:07 -3 4,510 4,510 4,510
SILVER CON1
Aug17
TCE JPY 08/28 60 08/20 23:46 +0 0 0 0
PLATINUM CON1
Aug17
TCE JPY 08/28 3,449 08/21 12:47 +8 3,450 3,450 3,448
PALLADIUM CON1
Aug17
TCE JPY 08/28 3,250 +0 0 0 0
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UK £ USD =1.2899
Euro USD =1.1815
Rand USD =0.0760
Symbol Last Net Change
BRENT CRUDE JAN7 USD  51.87 USD  -0.85
GAS OIL LS OCT16 USD  471.00 USD  -1.25
LIGHT CRUDE CON1 USD  47.88 USD  -0.63
NATURAL GAS CON1 USD  2.96 USD  0.07
Symbol Last Net Change
COFFEE C CON1 USC  126.70 USC  -1.35
COCOA CON1 USD  1,890.00 USD  -32.00
SUGAR 11 CON1 USC  13.55 USC  0.14