Commodities Market Today 25 April

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Today's commodities market demonstrates contrasting moves as gold prices stabilise at $2,323.92 per ounce while US gold futures dipped to $2,336.90. The US crude oil prices dipped below $83 per barrel after a 2% rally, oil futures closed under pressure. Currency update includes Japanese Yen hitting a 31-year low against US Dollar due to strong inflation numbers while Dollar index rises to 105.84.

Top News and Events

  • US Treasury Yields Rise Amid Rate Cut Speculation: The 10-year yield increased to 4.644%, and the 2-year yield rose to 4.929%. US Treasury yields rose as investors awaited new economic data to gauge potential rate cuts by the Federal Reserve.

  • Yen Hits 31-Year Low Against Dollar on Strong US Inflation: The yen fell to its lowest level against the dollar since 1990 after strong US inflation data. The dollar index rose to 105.84, hitting a five-month high.

  • Gold Prices Stable as Middle East Tensions Ease: Gold prices remained stable as tensions in the Middle East eased. Spot gold rose slightly to $2,323.92 per ounce, while US gold futures dipped to $2,336.90.

  • US Crude Oil Prices Dip Below $83 After Israel-Iran Focus Shifts: US crude oil prices dipped below $83 per barrel after a 2% rally. WTI crude settled at $82.81 per barrel (-0.7%), and Brent futures fell to $88.02 per barrel (-0.5%) as focus shifted from Israel-Iran tensions.

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Prices of Popular Commodities

The day’s rate of Gold, Silver, Natural Gas, Crude Oil (Brent), Crude Oil (WTI)

























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Note: Stats/Prices updated as on April 25, 2024 at 9:31 AM 

Source: Moneycontrol

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