Physical gold demand globally rose to 1,895 tonnes in the first half of 2017, up 17 percent from the same period last year, GFMS

Ghana’s industry body for cocoa purchasers said its members are struggling to pay farmers for their crops because the regulator isn’t

  Copper closed above the psychologically important $6,000 level again on Monday as the dollar hovered near 13-month lows and

Coal prices’ march to eight-month highs, driven by China’s huge appetite for power consumption, looks like an interlude in

Anglo American Platinum Ltd. sees a surplus of platinum-group metals this year as demand from makers of jewellery and car catalytic

South Africa said Monday it is moving ahead with draft regulations for a domestic trade in rhino horn, despite critics’ concerns

Floods predicted to sweep across most of Nigeria this year may imperil the West African country’s cocoa crop while boosting its rice

Palm oil demand is seen rising on a widening price differential with its rival oilseed soy, spurred by dry weather in the United