Commodity analysts re-examine their oil price forecasts in light of current economic deterioration, as the long-term economic outlook remains unclear
A recent proposal to implement a capacity mechanism in the UK has sparked concern that government intervention could stifle infrastructure development.
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Industry associations urge House of Lords not to reignite feed-in tariff row
Exchange-traded funds linked to some agricultural commodities such as wheat have seen the strongest investment inflows over the first part of the year, with soft commodities presenting low or stretched inventory levels leading the trend
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