Setting a new floor price?
Commodity trading data leak relights speculation debate
Catastrophe product looks to capitalise on perceived investor appetite for oil spill risk
Merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the oil and gas sector registered a rise in average deal value, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) report
Time is money: mitigating delivery risk
Italian investors drawn to commodity baskets to hedge and diversify from bond exposure
Diapason Commodities's Sean Corrigan discusses Chinese hard landings, Mena unrest, the role of Opec, quantitative easing and the likely market reactions to a Greek default
Jean-Marc Bonnefous, managing partner, Tellurian Capital Management, talks Chinese growth scenarios, quantitative easing, and their impact on commodity markets
Carbon allowance trading hits all-time high in June as analysts downgrade predicted average ETS Phase 3 price to €22 per tonne
The secret to being a leading wholesale broker is to be a whole lot more.
Continued uncertainty about inflation and deepening concerns over sovereign default risks in Europe are making the commodities increasingly attractive as hedging tools
More demand for trading systems from Middle East expected as Aramco Trading selects ETRM system
JP Morgan wins Energy Risk's 2011 Oil & Products House of the Year Award
US oil & gas price fraud committee to probe trader and investor activity
A calculated risk?
The call of the commodity markets
Editor's letter - May 2011 - Energy Risk
Deutsche Bank has listed sterling-hedged versions of its gold, silver, oil and agricultural exchange-traded commodities
Sowing the seeds of growth
Japan crisis forces rethink over energy supplies
Editor's letter: April 2011