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Will Fed Rate Hikes Continue to Weigh Down Gold Prices?

Will Fed Rate Hikes Continue to Weigh Down Gold Prices?

There's further upside for Treasury yields and further downside for gold, some analysts say.

How Just 5 Copper Mines Determine Global Supply

How Just 5 Copper Mines Determine Global Supply

With production down, miners are having to search farther and dig deeper to access copper.

Economist Perspective: U.S. Economic Growth

Economist Perspective: U.S. Economic Growth

Can the U.S. economy keep its pace after a decade of growth?

Market Movers: Bank Earnings

Market Movers: Bank Earnings

Do big U.S. banks still want higher rates and steeper curves?

Warsh: This Is a Key Moment for the U.S. Economy

Warsh: This Is a Key Moment for the U.S. Economy

Former Fed Governor says the U.S. should not diverge too much from other developed economies. (Sponsored. By Evan Peterson.)

Market Movers: October Crop Report

Market Movers: October Crop Report

Investors are watching USDA yield estimates along with big grain supplies.

Why Currency Moves Matter for Gold and Base Metals

Why Currency Moves Matter for Gold and Base Metals

The Chinese yuan, not the U.S. dollar, has had the strongest connection to gold over the past year. (Sponsored. By Kathy Lien.)

Striking Options: Volatility, Crude Oil, & Equities

Striking Options: Volatility, Crude Oil, & Equities

Is a surge in U.S. treasury yields testing investor appetite?

The New Economics of Natural Gas

The New Economics of Natural Gas

Volatility is rising, and there's more interest than ever in U.S. natural gas. (Sponsored. By Neil Somma.)

Market of the Week

Market of the Week

Is there enough global supply of crude oil to meet demand?