Chart Book is featured daily column at SCMP.com and in print in the South China Morning Post. It brings readers a combination of exclusive sentiment barometers on equity markets, practical technical analysis flagging likely moves across a range of asset classes, and smart graphics that offer insight into evolving market trends.
Palladium has risen to US$900 per ounce this month while gold remains stuck at around US$1,300. Yes, it is cheaper than the yellow metal, but then in 2009, gold cost US$850 and palladium was just US$200.1 Sep 2014 - 2:30pm
Global trade growth is running at less than half the pace over the past two years than it was doing in the five years running up to the 2008-09 financial crisis when it collapsed altogether.28 Aug 2014 - 5:03am
Shanghai aluminium has its strongest weekly close since October last year. Rolling third-month futures rose after three weeks of consolidation, with weekly volume above average and open interest rising.25 Aug 2014 - 3:34am