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Markets Data

Commodities

Commodities

Type

Price

Change

Change %

Expiry

LowDay RangeHigh

Gold (Spot)

as of Oct 7, 2022 – 7.07am

$1,714.40

USD/oz.

-3.84

-0.22%

β€”

Low
1,706.91
High
1,725.24

Gold (Futures)

as of Oct 5, 2022 – 11.00am

$1,711.40

USD/oz.

-9.70

-0.56%

Oct 2022

Low
1,703.00
High
1,726.60

Silver (Spot)

as of Oct 7, 2022 – 7.07am

$20.67

USD/oz.

-0.00

-0.02%

β€”

Low
20.37
High
20.87

Oil Brent

as of Oct 5, 2022 – 11.00am

$93.37

USD/bbl.

+1.57

+1.71%

Oct 2022

Low
90.76
High
93.96

Oil WTI

as of Oct 5, 2022 – 11.00am

$87.76

USD/bbl.

+1.24

+1.43%

Nov 2022

Low
85.42
High
88.42

Iron Ore

as of Oct 6, 2022 – 11.00am

$95.70

USD/t.

+0.70

+0.74%

Oct 2022

Low
94.90
High
95.95

Copper

as of Oct 5, 2022 – 11.00am

$7,661.00

USD/t.

+79.00

+1.04%

Oct 2022

Low
7,661.00
High
7,661.00

Coal

as of Oct 3, 2022 – 11.00am

$401.50

USD/t.

-7.75

-1.89%

Oct 2022

Low
399.00
High
399.00

Wheat

as of Oct 5, 2022 – 11.00am

$902.00

USc/bu.

-1.00

-0.11%

Dec 2022

Low
894.25
High
919.75
1 USD = 1.5595 AUD

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