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. Investors tend to believe there are more upside than downside risks in grain markets despite the absence of compelling evidence to support that notion.
  2. Prices for a range of commodities that depend on Chinese demand have fallen from their 2022 peaks as the pace of growth in the world's second largest economy slows down.
  3. Investors in options are sanguine about overall risk in equities ahead and are also less concerned than usual about a potentially sharp drop in the stock market.
  4. Find out the latest news and updates on the CME Group Metals market, including the continued growth we are seeing with our Precious Metals products.
  5. Equities are around record highs but investors are expecting the growth in dividend payouts over the next decade to be marginal.

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