- Gold is heading for solid year-end close, stays above $1510 an ounce.
- Crude oil remains at 3-month high, underpinned by the larger than expected US stocks draw, Widening OPEC+ Supply cut and the first round of trade accord between U.S. and China.
- US oil rigs counts fell by 8 to 677 units last week, lowest since November 15, Baker Hughes reported. U.S. oil rig count down 208 for the year, its first annual decline since 2016.
- Base Metals continues its lull trades, witnessed in most of December.