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Name Price Closing Change Closing Chg.% Time/Date
Gold $1,236.85 -9.0500 -0.7264% 2016-05-24 23:00:14
Silver $16.20 -0.0650 -0.3995% 2016-05-25 13:24:55
Cattle £1.78 0.0300 1.7160% 2016-05-25 12:32:02
Pigs £1.16 0.0000 0.0000% 2016-05-18 12:43:58
Lamb £1.86 -0.0239 -1.2660% 2016-05-25 12:32:42
Brent Crude $48.63 0.6300 1.3125% 2016-05-24 23:00:14
Krugerrand $1,227.30 -18.7000 -1.5008% 2016-05-24 23:00:14
Palladium $545.00 -7.0000 -1.2681% 2016-05-25 09:29:24
Platinum $1,007.00 -10.0000 -0.9833% 2016-05-25 09:29:48
Greece creditors agree to unlock further aid

Greece creditors agree to unlock further aid

(ShareCast News) - Greece's creditors have agreed a deal to unlock a further €10.3bn in bailout funds to ease the country's debt burden. After an 11-hour meeting in Brussels, Eurozone ministers a... [more]

German Ifo business confidence improves more than expected

German Ifo business confidence improves more than expected

(ShareCast News) - German business confidence improved more than expected in May, according to a widely-followed survey. The IFO Institute's business climate index rose to 107.7 from 106.7 in April, b... [more]

Insurers and High Street banks pace gains amid pound strength

Insurers and High Street banks pace gains amid pound strength

(ShareCast News) - The leaderboard for London´s top flight index on Tuesday was a who´s-how of the City´s top insurers and the main High Street banking groups as the latest EU referendum poll results ... [more]

US new home sales surge in April, beat expectations

US new home sales surge in April, beat expectations

(ShareCast News) - Sales of new US single-family homes rose to their highest level since 2008 in April, official data released on Tuesday showed. According to figures from the Commerce Department, new... [more]

Turkey cuts interest rates, political pressures seen

Turkey cuts interest rates, political pressures seen

(ShareCast News) - The decision by Turkey´s central bank to cut interest rates, while expected, was seen by some analysts as further evidence that rate-setters in Ankara were bowing to political press... [more]

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