China ordered miners in Inner Mongolia to increase coal output. Oil prices rose on Friday as a record rise in the cost of gas rekindled demand for the most polluting
OPEC+’s decision on Monday to remain with a plan to gradually increase oil output, despite prices leaping to multi-year highs, was influenced in part by concerns that demand and prices
Oil hit a multi-year high above $83 per barrel on Wednesday, bolstered by OPEC+’s refusal to ramp up production more quickly against a backdrop of global worry about oil supply.
Gold fell in Asia on Tuesday morning, while the U.S. dollar rose, despite persistent inflation concerns, which saw the yellow metal trade near to a more than one-week high achieved