Charles Schwab's Randy Frederick says the S&P 500 could still witness a pullback in the first half of 2014, saying the fall in January and February wasn't a large as he expected.
The Energy Information Agency reports crude oil inventories build by 6.6 million barrels in the latest week -- a much larger-than-expected build.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux that perhaps the economy would be stronger if the Fed had followed his advice since 2009.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux he thinks FOMC guidance should be more specific.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux that the central bank's asset purchases will end sometime later in the year.
Gold settles little changed after hitting a four-week low on Monday.
Gold prices are little changed Tuesday as the market prices in the latest developments in Crimea and the Federal Reserve.
Former North Carolina Gov. Jim Hunt says the U.S. institutions of higher education are the gold standard of the world, arguing American higher education can benefit in a similar way that U.S. businesses do.
Gold prices tumble to a four-week low on heavy profit-taking.
Kitco.com senior analyst Jim Wyckoff says market sentiment is for the yellow metal to move sideways to lower over the near term.