28.10.2011 - Commodities rise to six-week high on European deal, U.S. growth
Commodities advanced to a six-week high, led by metals and gasoline, after European leaders agreed to expand a rescue fund designed to stem the regionís sovereign debt crisis and as the U.S. economy grew in the third quarter at the fastest pace in a year. The Standard & Poorís GSCI Index rose 3 percent to 657.14, the highest level since Sept. 15, as 20 of the 24 commodities tracked by the gauge climbed. Copper, which was poised for a weekly record rally, led the gains. Lead, silver, zinc and crude oil rounded out the top five movers...............................................Full Article: Source
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