06.10.2011 - Commodities rebound from 10-month low on Fedís stimulus signals
Commodities rebounded from the lowest in 10 months after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said that the central bank may take further steps to sustain an economic recovery. The Standard & Poorís GSCI index of raw materials rose 2.8 percent to settle at 592.03 at 3:48 p.m. New York time, the biggest gain since Sept. 27. Energy and agricultural prices led the rally. Crude oil had the biggest increase since May, while wheat advanced the most in two months..............................................Full Article: Source
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