People line up at an ATM outside a closed Piraeus Bank branch, after the Greek government imposed capital controls at the country’s banks in Athens. Photograph: Alkis Konstantinidis/Reuters

(...).6 per cent while Korea gained 0.7 per cent. In commodities, oil futures hovered below three-week lows(...)

Monitors display the current exchange rate of the Japanese yen against the Euro in Tokyo. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

(...) trading at 2.32 per cent while its Japanese counterparts held firm at 0.45 per cent. In commodities(...)

Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. Speculation is rife that, if no deal is reached on Monday, Greece would need to impose capital controls on Tuesday to avert a banking crisis

Chinese economy. In commodities trading, copper futures rose about 0.2 per cent $5,672 a tonne, moving(...)

US crude for July was down 99 cents at $59.46

Bjarne Schieldrop, chief commodities analyst at SEB Markets in Oslo. “Logic calls for real and(...)

‘I ran out of room in the attic years ago.’ Photograph: Getty Images

I have all my money tied up in tech stocks and commodities, I hear you ask. Have I moved completely(...)

Short sellers bet that markets will fall, rather than rise. Photograph: Torsten Blackwood/AFP/Getty Images

(...) indices to commodities. “You can more or less short everything,” says Peter Brown, cofounder of the(...)

US stocks climbed after data on manufacturing helped allay concerns that an economic slump will continue past the first quarter, while investors watched for progress in Greece. Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

(...) slipped back, closing down 6p to 4366.5p. Commodities were lower in the wake of the weak Chinese data(...)

Ryan Pandya (left) and Perumal Gandhi of US-based company Muufri which has discovered a way to produce animal-free milk

(...) brand to emerge out of China.“There’s an increasing trend towards premiumisation of commodities with(...)

 Indian prime minister Narendra Modi: the leader of the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government has been unable to deliver on the many promises he made on the election trail, triggering widespread public disappointment. Photograph: Kenzaburo Fukuhara

(...) the price of commodities such as wheat, rice, vegetables and fruit soaring in the past year.In a high(...)

A worker monitors beer bottles as they move along a conveyor belt on the automated beer bottling plant at SABMiller’s  brewery in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo: Bloomberg

(...) material costs since commodities are often traded in the US currency.SAB had already reported that(...)