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Global energy & commodity group.

"Unity is strength... when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved." Mattie Stepanek

Global energy & commodity group.

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." Henry Ford

Global energy & commodity group.

"Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results." Andrew Carnegie

What we trade

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Hard commodities

Hard commodities

The Asian Hard Commodities trading team is based in Beijing and brings together our global trading and risk management activities in Thermal & Coking...

Gasoline & naphtha

Gasoline & naphtha

UNICOR competes efficiently in the gasoline, naphtha and reformate world markets. From our business hub in South Korea we are intimately involved with...

Base metals

Base metals

UNICOR has established base metals teams in Shanghai, London and Geneva. We trade copper, aluminum, lead, zinc, nickel and tin across the physical and...

Price charts

Malaysian Palm Oil

Corn Futures

Soybean Futures

Soybean Meal Futures

Soybean Oil Futures

Wheat Futures

Natural Gas Futures

Latest news

Trade War Tensions and Tariffs

Review the effects of the trade war’s uncertainty as it relates to U.S. agricultural trade and CME Group contracts.

Brent-WTI Oil Spread Taking Cue from Houston-Midland?

The price spread between the venerable WTI and Brent oil contracts has been taking the lead from two minnows - WTI Houston and WTI Midland.

Year One: Indonesian Coal Derivatives (ICI 4)

As the one-year anniversary of Indonesian Coal Derivatives (ICI 4) futures approaches, we look back on the success of contract. Read now.

Did Fed Pause Rate Hikes in Time?

The selloff in equities late last year was a wake-up call for the Fed, which seems to have taken heed and changed course. But did the Fed pause in time?