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International Business Times

Australian Economy Still Strong, To Grow 3% in 2012 – IMF

9/20/2012, 4:36 am from International Business Times in Investing, Commodities

Amid falling prices of commodities in the world market and slowing exports, resource-rich nation Australia will continue to enjoy economic growth, the International Monetary Fund ( IMF ) said… Read More

International Business Times

BHP Confirms Cancellation of Queensland Coal Mine Project

9/20/2012, 3:30 am from International Business Times in Investing, Commodities

Since first announcing in May that it will hold some $80 billion on supposed programmed projects, BHP Billiton Ltd. had been in a roll on supporting that claim as it declared cancellation… Read More

International Business Times

Chevron Uncovers More Gas in Western Australia

9/20/2012, 2:56 am from International Business Times in Investing, Commodities

U.S. oil and gas producer Chevron Corp announced its Australian subsidiary, Chevron Australia, has uncovered more natural gas in its Carnarvon Basin, in the greater Gorgon area, off the… Read More

International Business Times

Australian Stock Market Report – Midday 9/20/2012

9/19/2012, 11:41 pm from International Business Times in Investing, Commodities

LUNCHTIME REPORT (12.15pm AEST) Local stocks have come off the four month highs reached yesterday, as investors await Chinese manufacturing data coming through later this afternoon. The… Read More

International Business Times

Global Markets Overview - 09/20/2012

9/19/2012, 9:21 pm from International Business Times in Investing, Commodities

U.S. STOCKS, BONDS U.S. stocks eked out slight gains Wednesday, supported by strength in the housing sector, as energy stocks dragged the market lower with oil futures tumbling. The Dow… Read More

International Business Times

Australia Halts Sheep Exports

9/19/2012, 6:40 pm from International Business Times in Investing, Commodities

Australia's Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry placed on hold all sheep exports following the order by Pakistan authorities to cull 21,000 Aussie sheep tested positive… Read More

DailyFX

Gold Trades to New High in Tight Range

9/19/2012, 5:27 pm from DailyFX in Investing, Commodities

Daily Bars Prepared by Jamie Saettele, CMT Gold eked out a new high today as the market (like most markets) has experienced quiet consolidation this week. Keep the highs from February (1790.55)… Read More

MT Newswires

TSX Closes Slightly Higher, But At Least Ends Slide; B2Gold and CGA Easily Most Active

9/19/2012, 4:12 pm from MT Newswires in Investing, Commodities

Canada's main stock index might have closed below day highs and up just 13.45 points, but it at least put an end to the slide of Monday and Tuesday. The index put a big early dip behind… Read More

International Business Times

Oil dives $4 as supplies rise, Saudi talk spooks funds

9/19/2012, 3:35 pm from International Business Times in Investing, Commodities

Oil prices slumped $4 on Wednesday as Saudi efforts to tame prices and a massive rise in U.S. crude inventories after Storm Isaac fuelled a third day of heavy fund liquidation, one of… Read More

MT Newswires

Analyst Actions: Credit Suisse On Norbord - "Earlier Than Expected Industry Restart Ramp-Up a Near-Term Negative For Sentiment"

9/19/2012, 3:23 pm from MT Newswires in Investing, Commodities

Re-start ramp-up: In a rather surprising announcement, Georgia-Pacific will begin a ramp-up of the Clarendon County, SC oriented strand board facility in Q1 2013. There was no timeline… Read More