Commodities

Watch the $57 a barrel level for the price of oil.
Also, why I'm contrary to the copper herd.
The precious metals sector finally showed some signs of life.
The state and the federal government are playing catch up with an ongoing crime wave that has swept towns in the Bakken region in the wake of the shale bust.
While many have focused on the production side of the oil price slump, one key importer could see demand slow substantially in the near future.
The base metal almost always enjoys a nice summer rally.
Increasing U.S. production, not the dollar, seems to be in charge.
Agricultural futures remain a poor investment.
They are positioning themselves as part of the solution to climate change.
As innovation falters, conventional energy gets more attention.

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