Commodity outlook: Bullion charges; here’s how others may trade today

Metals and energy counters ebbed while bullion gained in Wednesday’s trade after the US Treasury Secretary said that tariffs on Chinese products would remain in place for now.

The joint statement from the Treasury and the US Trade Representative’s office said “there is no agreement for future reduction in tariffs. Any rumours to the contrary are categorically false.”

Crude oil was down 0.39 per cent, while natural gas fell 2.46 per cent. From the base metals block…

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