Gold surges as Brexit rattles markets

Yellow metal rallies as UK vote to leave EU deepens risk aversion

Coal is stockpiled in preparation for loading onto ships for export at the Newcastle Coal Terminal in Newcastle, north of Sydney, Australia, on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010. BHP Billiton Ltd. and Rio Tinto Group declined in Sydney trading after Australian Treasurer Wayne Swan signaled the final terms of the government's planned mining tax may depend on talks with independent lawmakers. Photographer: Ian Waldie/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg

Cargill steps up pressure on IOI

US trader gives Malaysian group until July 15 release commitments

Biggest crop ETF surprises with inflows

Renewed interest as food demand grows and adverse weather hits prices

Khalid al-Falih

Saudi eyes return to oil balancing role

The kingdom could be preparing to reassert control over prices

US petrol inventories at decades high

Oil rally faces threat from level of fuel stocks

Corn harvest on farmland in brazil

Corn shortage deepens Brazil’s woes

Rise in corn price threatens food inflation and livestock sector

Royal Mint reports surge in gold trading

Online platform sees 32% increase in transactions

Milder La Niña forecast for commodities

US natural gas prices jump as heatwave hits

Uncompleted wells could limit oil prices

Production outlook depends on a series of holes in the ground

Rio Tinto appoints new head of iron ore

Chris Salisbury to run unit that generates most of group’s profit

Singapore’s Kyen buys rest of Gunvor metals book

Sale follows decision to exit metals trading

Oil and copper bounce back on UK hopes

Broad-based ‘risk on’ support volatile assets but gold haven fades

Oil prices see big weekly decline

Brexit jitters play role in dictating sentiment

Repsol dismisses Sinopec $5.5bn claim

Chinese oil group is seeking return of joint venture investment

Kazakh oil group tightens grip on UK unit

State company seeks to change relationship with UK-listed group

Energy sector leads 7-year high in corporate defaults

Oil and gas companies suffer from falling commodity prices

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