Oil prices edged up slightly in Asia on Tuesday after tumbling more than two percent the day before.
Oil prices dipped on Monday, extending last week's losses on fresh worries about a global supply glut.
The dollar was buoyant against the yen and euro on Monday.
The big players in the investment world are looking at diamonds in a different way.
Oil prices ticked higher on Friday, but analysts warned worries over the global supply glut would limit gains.
The yen hovered above six-week lows on Friday after remarks by Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda.
Oil prices edged up in Asia on Thursday following US data showing a drop in crude inventories.
The yen slid to its lowest level in about six weeks on Thursday on expectations of fresh stimulus from Japan’s central bank.
Anglo American reduced its full-year copper-production target after bad weather hit its operations in Chile.
The dollar rose on Wednesday as another positive round of US data fanned speculation the Federal Reserve will lift interest rates.
Oil prices rose on bargain-buying in Asia on Wednesday after hitting two-month lows.
South Africa’s sky-high maize prices could normalise next year as crops recover from a devastating drought this season.
Oil prices extended their decline in Asia on Tuesday as the global glut returned to focus.
Britain’s sterling rose on Monday amid better risk appetite in global markets.
Oil prices extended their rise in Asia on Monday after robust economic data from the United States and China.