U.S. Virgin Islands Governor John P.de Jongh says the Virgin Islands still have some of the most aggressive incentives for firms to place operations there.
MLV Co. Managing Director Michael Peterson says exporting LNG to Europe from the U.S. requires huge company capital investment.
Eastman Kodak announces Jeff Clarke as its new chief executive. Kodak relisted last September on the NYSE as a business to business printing company.
While the slowdown in China remains a factor for a boost to gold, Kitco.com's Jim Wyckoff says gold's safe haven appeal is currently adding the most support to its price.
Retail sales rise 0.3% in February, the report's first gain in three months, and jobless claims dip to 315,000.
Gold on Wednesday rose as much as $22 as the Ukraine crisis and concerns of a Chinese economic slowdown provide gold luster as a safe haven investment.
Copper's price dropped this week to the lowest level since July 2010, but recent investor worries of a China slowdown aren't the main reason for the drop.
Low volumes, especially in options trading, suggest many traders are not too certain the crisis in Ukraine worsens, but not confident to bet against an unexpected clash.
Digital Risk managing partner Jeff Taylor says regulations that prevent over-leveraged home-buying are keeping many consumers in the rental market.
Gold sold off double-digits on Friday but climbed above $1,340 on Monday. RJO Futures' Phil Streible says so long as Ukraine remains unstable, gold will find support.