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By ELATUS SERVICES
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By Big Gain Trades
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By Promage GmbH
Andrew Chaudrhy apppointed as new Dealer/ Trader for Brokersclub Ltd.

By PRANA PR
Omnitech InfoSolutions Ltd, India’s leading technology transformation company has announced its unaudited financial result for the quarter ended June 30, 2012.

By Capital CFDs Australia
Stocks markets around the world have had their worst week in 2012 with the Australian market down over 5%. Smart investors are using CFDs as a cost effective hedging tool and proactively limiting their downside risk.

By Rory Fontaine
Oil prices were lower at the beginning of the week due to downward pressure from the EU debt crisis, lower consumption in the US and the influx of oil from Libya.

By Samantha Wagner
China's Premier Wen Jiabao said his country's expanding economy can contribute further to global growth. China is sitting on more than $3 trillion in foreign currency reserves and has already committed to investing in Greece, Spain and Portugal.

By Premier-eFinance
Finally dashing BP’s hopes of reviving its deal with Rosneft the new Exxon deal will see the two giants invest $3.2 billion developing the Arctic Kara Sea.

By Premier-eFinance
A group of Chinese investor, currently making $642 million bid for South Africa’s Gold One International, say they will be using this deal as a beachhead for further expansion into Africa.

By Premier-eFinance
Gold demand in India, the world’s largest user, may jump by 25% during the country’s festival season, as buyers expect gold prices to continue bull-run on “safe haven” demand.

By Premier-eFinance
Japan’s Ministry of Finance data shows the country exported net 6.1 tonnes of gold in July, making it more likely that net gold exports will reach a new record this year.

By Premier-eFinance
With demand for gold in China expected to increase to over 25% of total global production the world’s biggest producer is also aiming to build up a huge domestic stockpile of the yellow metal.

By Premier-eFinance
The world’s largest commodities trader is moving to acquire complete ownership of Australia’s Minara Resources.

By Premier-eFinance
One of the world’s top oil producers is to import petrol to increase the quality of its petrol.

By Premier-eFinance
BHP Billiton Ltd, the world’s largest mining firm says second-half profit rose to a record and beat analysts’ estimates.

By Premier-eFinance
The world’s largest oil producer, in July, matched a post Soviet Union record set in October 2010.

By Premier-eFinance
Exxon Mobil’s huge oil discovery at the Gulf of Mexico’s Julia field remains a topic of hot debate as the U.S. Interior Department insists that the oil giant’s permit in this matter has expired.

By Premier-eFinance
Despite higher prices the WGC sees gold demand remaining strong in the second half of 2011 on the back of strong demand from China and India.

By Premier-eFinance
George Soros has cut his gold position by 13.4% according to an SEC disclosure.

By George Leong
The precious yellow metal is sizzling on the price charts, as traders shift capital from the higher-risk equities to the safe-haven sanctuary of gold.George gives you his take on the trend, along with his gold advice.

By Premier eFinance
End of June fuel stocks are almost 1 million tonnes and still at normal levels, while natural gas imports suggest a record for June.

By Premier eFinance
Even with the increased rare earths export quotas, nearing 2010 levels, the European Union says the measures do not go far enough to address concerns of stable supplies.

By Premier eFinance
The world’s biggest gold miner produced 132.02 tons of gold in the first 5 months of this year.

By Premier eFinance
Plans for a massive new hydropower development to increase China’s power capacity by almost half by 2015 will not lessen coal demand sufficiently to cut greenhouse gas emissions and may further damage the country’s ailing river system.

By Premier eFinance
Forrest said he believes iron ore supply will overtake demand and possibly lowering prices in the short and medium term.

By Tsuen Wan International
India’s Minerals and Metals Trading Corporation (MMTC) has announced that it is to import 350 tons of gold and 1,200 tons of silver in 2011-12 as demand rises.

By Premier eFinance
The relatively unknown Gina Rinehart, Australia’s richest person may soon over take Bill Gates and Carlos Slim to become the world’s richest person.

By Premier eFinance
The latest Rapaport Melee auction saw prices for small diamonds move into new territory.

By Premier eFinance
Overall, the global carbon market experienced 5% growth on the previous year in 2010.

By Premier eFinance
London Stock Exchange’s $3.7 billion (C$3.6 billion) bid to buy the Toronto exchange has fallen through in the face of a higher bid led by a group of Canadian banks, leaving the LSE vulnerable for take over itself.

By Premier eFinance
Asian countries move to release emergency oil stockpiles as part of a coordinated plan by consumer nations to ease the impact of climbing energy prices on economic recovery.

By Premier eFinance
The International Energy Agency’s decision to release 60 million barrels of crude from its reserves was only taken after it consulted with India, China and Saudi Arabia.

By Premier eFinance
Silver’s soaring price is impeding the solar industry’s ability to compete with cheaper fossil fuels.

By Premier eFinance
Industry specialists and delegates attending a recent aluminium conference held in Chicago expect stable to higher prices and premiums.

By Premier eFinance
The Obama administration has announced that it intends to place a 20-year ban on mining on 1 million acres of land surrounding the Grand Canyon.

By Premier eFinance
Human rights groups want diamonds from Mugabe’s Marange mine blacklisted as “blood diamonds” but most member nations of the Kimberly Process are weary of comparing a government to insurgents.

By Premier eFinance
Many poor Pacific nations are eager to grant the world’s first deep sea mining licence as protest groups warn of economic and environmental dangers.

By Premier eFinance
Even with copper prices currently moving downward the potential for the market to climb to new highs still surrounds the metal.

By Premier eFinance
In the biggest discovery in the region in 12 years ExxonMobil says it has found the equivalent of 700 million barrels of oil beneath the Gulf of Mexico.

By Premier eFinance
The world’s largest iron ore producer is readying itself to move into rare earth mining as Brazil looks to compete with China to supply some of the world’s most sought-after metallic elements.

By Premier eFinance
Iron ore demand from China, the world’s biggest consumer, has not slowed despite government clamp downs on credit.

By Premier eFinance
Unlisted Jake Mining Corporation says it is in talks with numerous foreign groups to develop a gold and copper prospect.

By Premier eFinance
RBC analysts say surging Asian demand will drive diamond prices up over the next few years.

By Premier eFinance
In a clear indication of investment changes, small time investors in India are looking to commodity markets more than traditional markets.

By Premier eFinance
Glencore International says the recent fall in commodity prices may have taken the sparkle off of the market but the fundamentals remain strong driven by strong demand from emerging markets.

By Premier eFinance
The largest U.S. natural-gas producer is to slow drilling amid a supply glut that has slashed prices for the fuel.

By Premier eFinance
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has promoted Mark Sorrell and Anthony Gutman to become co-heads of its UK investment banking unit.

By Premier eFinance
The Russian emerging-markets group of investment companies plans heavier investment in Africa as the value of its assets in the globe’s poorest continent climb to over $1 billion.

By CDV Investments
Research In Motion is considering topping Google Inc’s $900 mln bid for Nortel Networks Corp’s wireless technology patents.



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