Crude oil


[Breaking News] U.S. biggest storm Irma makes landfall in the Florida Keys


The U.S.’s biggest storm in the year – Irma has finally arrived. The Irma’s eye is moving over the Florida Keys, and Key West is seeing sustained winds of 71 mph and gusts of 90 mph, according to the latest USA National Hurricane Center reports. The Key West Weather Service Forecast Office reported a 91 mph gust. Maggie Howes, a first responder in Key Haven, is hunkered down right now as Irma moves through the Florida Keys. “It’s the worst storm I’ve have been through myself personally,” she told CNNRead More

Crude Palm Oil Weekly Report – June 3, 2017

Malaysian palm oil futures pared some losses after hitting the lowest level in more than a month, as the market expectation on subdued demand after Ramadan begins and weaker performance of related edible oils on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and China’s Dalian Commodity Exchange has been offset by the weakened ringgit. Benchmark crude […]