As concerns over the Syria crisis persist, oil and gold prices have risen, prompting investors to look at commodities as "the only contrarian play left in the market".
WTI Crude oil is currently trading at $108.5 per barrel and Brent has shot up to $115.6, while gold topped the $1,400 mark last week to enter a new bull market. The Thomson Reuters/Jefferies CRB Commodity...
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