Senator Sherrod Brown discusses risk weighting and housing in his "Too Big to Fail" bill with TheStreet's Joe Deaux
Gold prices dip for the seventh-consecutive session as the U.S. dollar strengthens.
Gold prices continue to slump as a break through technical support on Wednesday left traders weary of more lows.
Juan Carlos Artigas discusses a 12% jump in first-quarter jewelry demand as revealed by the World Gold Council's gold demand trends report.
NBC's 'The Office' ends Thursday night, but the fictional show's hometown embraces small businesses to emerge from the Great Recession.
Gas inventories rise while crude oil inventories fall, and SCS Commodities's Tom Reilly tells Joe Deaux what it means for investors.
Gold prices are falling for a fifth consecutive session.
Rising platinum demand and lower supply could push prices higher in 2013, ETF Securities U.S.'s Will Rhind tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux
Junior miner Miranda Gold has acquired a new project amid a tough gold environment. CEO Ken Cunningham tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux why.
Gold prices are little changed as traders search for some direction.