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added: 20-06-2011
Higher food prices and volatility in commodity markets are here to stay, according to a new report by the OECD and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

added: 18-05-2011
The outlook for the global steel industry is promising, with global demand forecast to increase by an annual 6% in both 2011 and 2012, according to industry and government officials at the OECD’s Steel Committee meeting in Paris on 12-13 May 2011. But downside risks remain, including further rises in steel raw material prices, continuing sluggish growth in advanced economies and high oil prices.

added: 08-04-2011
Booming silver investment was the primary source of the astounding 78 percent intra-year increase in silver prices in 2010. A sturdy rebound in total fabrication demand, led by the industrial sector, was also significant, according to World Silver Survey 2011, released by the Silver Institute.

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18.05 OECD Steel Committee Says Global Outlook Promising but Risks Remain

08.04 Silver Investment the Dominant Driver of a Remarkable 2010

14.01 Commodity Markets Posted Substantial Gains in 2010's Final Month; Physical Asset Outlook Remains Robust Amongst Investors in 2011

07.12 OECD Steel Committee Says Market Remains Fluid and Challenging

16.09 Wheat Crisis Could Cost US Food Industry More than $2 Billion

26.08 Investment Demand Will Continue to Support Robust Gold Market During 2010

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13.05 Platts Survey: OPEC Output Dips to 29.21 Million Barrels of Oil Per Day in April 2010

22.04 Platts Report: China's March Oil Demand up 12.8% From Year Ago at 8.1 Million Barrels Per Day

14.04 Platts Global Petrochemical Index (PGPI) Shows Petrochemicals Prices Hit 6-Month Highs in March 2010

23.03 Platts Report: Chinese Oil Demand Soars to Record High 8.5 mil b/d in February 2010


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