Gold prices slump as the prospect that the Fed will taper asset purchases sooner rather than later pressures the yellow metal.
Oil prices are increasing in a quiet trade on Thursday, while gold is taking a hit as traders think the Fed's taper will come sooner rather than later. USAA's Dan Denbow offers TheStreet's Joe Deaux his analysis on the precious metal.
Dan Dicker talks with Joe Deaux about the scuttled nuclear deal with Iran and what's in store for oil prices.
Inflation drops more than expected in the United Kingdom, and the OECD reports optimism on eurozone growth.
Minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest policy-making meeting suggest that the Fed will ease its economic stimulus program in the coming months if better economic data continues to print.
Distillate inventories fall by 4.8 million barrels as a cold weather moves in, says SCS Commodities' Tom Reilly. Platinum makes a move on a power emergency in South Africa, ETF Securities' Mike McGlone says.
Retail sales climb in October, despite the government shutdown. Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company's Putri Pascualy previews the Fed minutes.
Gold is at an absolute standstill as traders await tomorrow's Fed minutes, Aurum Options Strategies' Tom Vitiello tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux.
Five years after the financial crisis, candidates may be at their most optimistic point for grabbing Wall Street employment, Training The Street's Scott Rostan says.
A survey by TheStreet finds that Americans diversify their portfolio investments.