Gold has lost a fifth of it value since its peak last year as investors move into cash as fears over the eurozone crisis intensify.
Richard Davis, co-manager of the BlackRock World Resources Equity Income fund, explains why dividend-paying companies in the commodities sector offer value in a low yield environment.
The price of oil could rocket to $200 a barrel this year, triggering a flash crash in stock markets, according to Rathbones' David Coombs.
Crude oil prices hit a 43-month high on Thursday following reports a Saudi Arabian pipeline had exploded.
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Market volatility will continue this week, with income stocks attracting the eyes of investors, says Barclays Wealth equity strategist Henk Potts.
The eurozone will dominate the week ahead, and a rating cut from the European Central Bank is on the cards, says Barclays Wealth equity strategist Henk Potts.
(Updated at 10:45am) Stock markets across Europe began picking up the pieces on Tuesday following yet another mass sell-off which was sparked by fresh recessionary fears and saw London's FTSE index close 3.5% down and major indices in Germany, France...
As rising food prices make headlines, Parmenion's Simon Brett explains why soft commodities are providing opportunities for investors.
Angelos Damaskos, CEO of Sector Investment Managers, explains why gold and oil are good inflation hedges.
The index will measure stock performance of companies engaged in exploration or production of scarce, renewable commodities and will include a Shariah compliant sub-index.
Industry experts talk to Joanna Faith about how investors should position their portfolios in light of the commodities sell-off.
Evy Hambro, manager of the BlackRock Gold & General fund, discusses what could hamper the spiralling gold price.
The price of gold soared yesterday to hit a new record before falling back following the death of the world's most wanted man, Osama Bin Laden.
A year on from the explosion on BP's Deepwater Horizon oil rig that caused one of the worst environmental disasters in US history and saw the oil giant's share price plunge more than 50% in 50 days, we recap the key events...