LONDON : Gold glistened last week, striking a record peak as investors hunted for a safe haven amid violent unrest in Libya that has sparked fears about spreading instability in the Middle East and North Africa.
Coffee: Prices hit a 34-year high in New York as traders fretted over inventories that are at their lowest levels since the International Coffee Organisation started tracking them in the 1960s. On the NYBOT, Arabica for delivery in May rose to 277.30 US cents a pound from 266.55 cents a week earlier. On the LIFFE, Robusta for May rose to $2,403 a tonne from $2,328 a week earlier. AFP