The FOMC and global uncertainty have investors buying up the metal.
Oil prices will impact loans banks dived into.
Is now the time to play a long game in crude?
And traders should take a look at the Canadian dollar, too.
That might trigger some buying, but the long-term trend is still bearish.

What's 'Left' for Commodities? Real Money Pro($)

What it means for metals and oil as production costs move leftward on the cost curve.
Technical indicators show that crude oil prices will soon be oversold, and data show that market participants could be signaling a bottom.

China's Impact on Commodities Real Money Pro($)

The uncertainty surrounding Chinese monetary policy is encouraging a safe haven move from investors.
The move provides another reason for the Fed to stay on zero.
A trading vehicle needs to prove its worth.

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