Wheat price hits decade low as crop swells

Growers face strain as price falls to lowest level since 2006

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

Iran oil minister to attend Algeria Opec meeting

Bijan Zanganeh will attend gathering of ministers in Algeria in September

Record heat fans commodity markets

Extra cooling demand in summer shrinks a gas market winter glut

Steel slowdown for G20 risk for iron ore

Reports Beijing will suspend production comes at a tricky moment

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Glencore steps up plan to cut debt

Miner and trader aims to resume dividend payments next year

Oil sector shares jump on Iran-Opec hopes

US equities near record levels, within one point of fresh peak

Cofco to secure full Nidera ownership

Chinese food group seeks to become leading agricultural trader

Oil price struggles to sustain impetus

Analysts warn that much of the impetus for the rebound has faded

Cargill seeks to trim sprawling empire

Agricultural trader is exiting certain activities amid downturn

Fortescue doubles full-year net profit

Iron ore group delivers sixfold dividend increase despite low commodity prices

Miners sweat the big and small stuff

Groups abandon big acquisitions, focus on efficiency

Glencore on track to hit debt target

Interim results give executives chance to highlight progress on deleveraging plans

Brent crude climbs on output freeze hopes

Many traders and analysts are sceptical a deal will be reached

China provinces fall short on capacity cuts

Beijing pressure as some localities achieve just 10% of targets

Oil swings back into bull market

Brent crude rises above $50 a barrel

LBMA say banks back its gold market plan

Members see electronic platform as best way to improve transparency