Gold, silver benchmarks drop further, while oil futures retreat from recent highs on profit-taking.
Dollar bull-run sends precious metals lower, while oil benchmarks shed gains triggered by Putin's willingness to cooperate with Opec.
Russian president says Kremlin is willing to join Opec's effort to cut oil production.
Brent and WTI see marginal declines, while precious metals resume recovery run.
Strong dollar clobbers precious metals, while oil futures continued to rally for fourth successive session.
Precious metals halted the previous session's slide while oil futures continued to rally.
Precious metals fall across the board, while oil futures stay on positive turf
Major investment banks express scepticism over actual implementation of Opec's proposals for a production cut.
Hedging calls and optimism over industrial usage continued to support silver futures.
Oil futures saw wild swings in Asia trading before rallying yet again during European trading hours.
Brent and WTI see gradual upticks following Saudis admitting no deal on freezing production yet.
Brent and WTI rallied on Algerian energy minister's claim that a production freeze agreement was on the horizon.
Oil futures slide as market unconvinced about producers' output freeze plan - despite Iraq signalling willingness to talk.
Brent and WTI futures shed overnight gains as market continues to lose faith in producers' talks.
Lifting of force majeure at Libyan oil terminals and even more Nigerian output weighed on crude markets..
Short-covering and a relatively weaker dollar ensure metal, energy futures register gains in US and Asia.
Crude futures continued to falter as Opec's monthly report pointed to rising global oil supplies
Renewed speculation that US Federal Reserve might raise interest rates in September dragged oil and precious metal future lower.
Data pointing to the biggest decline in US crude inventories in 17 years sent Brent within touching distance of $50 per barrel
American Petroleum Institute data pointing to a massive dip in US inventories send crude futures higher.