Gold prices on Tuesday climbed on the moderation of the dollar after Trump’s comments.
Oil prices declined despite easing trade strains between the US and China.
On Wednesday, the oil prices made a steady movement.
Oil prices mixed on Friday after robust gains on Thursday.
On Tuesday, oil prices dropped with the Brent futures’ direction for a two-year monthly loss.
On Thursday, Gold prices drop on strengthening dollar.
: On Monday, gold price recovered ahead of the Trump-Putin Summit.
The Libyan oil returned while oil prices declined on the US-China trade war.
As the greenback increases on Wednesday, gold prices went to a drop.
Goldman Sachs remains an “overweight” rating on commodities.
Commodities’ decline pulled down Britain's FTSE amid global trade concerns.
US oil price decreased as China threatened American duties on crude imports.
Jimnah Mbaru, an investment banker, is suggesting to set-up a commodities exchange in Kenya.
Goldman Sachs topped the 2017 commodity revenue gaining more profits compared to its first few months this year.
Oil prices steadied on Friday, but Brent crude is creeping closer to reach $80 per barrel.
Buoyed by the US-Iran sanction deals, oil prices reached above $70 for the first time since November 2014.
Crude oil were higher on Wednesday as investors were worried about a possible re-imposing of US sanctions on Iran.
Crude oil was trading below its 3-year high that was reached in the last session. The US EIA data report will be announced this Wednesday.