CME Group Featured Commodity Market News Reports

CME Group compiled commodity news reports and global headlines. 

This futures market newsfeed includes prominant global commodity stories, as well as CME Group commodity research and studies.

  1. Mortgage rates have soared to their highest level in more than 20 years, posing a potential threat to the housing market.
  2. High interest rates, rising geopolitical tensions, and economic headwinds from aging populations in industrial nations are changing the nature of risk management.
  3. Consumer spending, which accounts for about 60% of U.S. economic activity, has taken a few knocks but remains healthy overall.
  4. The Fed set the stage for a suppression of risk management about two decades ago with low interest rates.
  5. The European Central Bank is in a bind, facing the need to continue raising rates to battle sticky inflation without causing a downturn.

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