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Global Commodity Watch - April 2012

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Non-energy commodity prices rose by 0.6 percent in March—a third straight monthly increase—led by gains in several food prices, but there were also declines in most metals prices and a few agriculture commodities, notably arabica coffee.  Crude oil prices continued to climb on numerous production outages and expected losses of Iranian exports because of U.S./EU sanctions.  Natural gas prices in Europe jumped on higher oil prices, while U.S. prices continue to plummet on weak demand and growth in shale-gas output. 

 

 

 

Get detailed analysis and commodities prices datasets: For price data and detailed analysis on commodities price movements in January, click here (pdf).

 

For price data and forecasts click here.