Dollar Falls and Market Rallies on Tariffs: What Gives?

Dollar Falls and Market Rallies on Tariffs: What Gives?

The perception of commodities being linked to the Chinese economic cycle made them victims during the harsh selloff.

Why the Future of Energy Could Be U.S. Natural Gas

Why the Future of Energy Could Be U.S. Natural Gas

Louisiana-based Henry Hub has emerged as the world's natural gas pricing benchmark. (Sponsored)

David Axelrod: How The Election Map Will Play A Role in Midterms

David Axelrod: How The Election Map Will Play A Role in Midterms

"More than several" suburban swing districts could shift the balance to Democrats this fall, says former Obama adviser. (Sponsored)

Market of the Week

Market of the Week

Can the equity bulls keep control?

Soybeans Are Set for Their Seasonal Sprout

Soybeans Are Set for Their Seasonal Sprout

The grains have been crushed, but seasonality suggests a looming bottom.

3 Currencies to Watch in a Bear Market for Gold

3 Currencies to Watch in a Bear Market for Gold

Gold is down almost 9 percent in 2018, and these currencies are dropping with it.

Your Need to Know - Forward Look

Your Need to Know - Forward Look

Key market moving events to watch for in the upcoming week.

Farmers Remain Concerned About Trade Conflicts: Ag Barometer

Farmers Remain Concerned About Trade Conflicts: Ag Barometer

U.S. Ag Producer Sentiment Rebounded in August, according to the latest Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer reading. (Sponsored)

Market Movers: Central Bank Meetings

Market Movers: Central Bank Meetings

Will the ECB and BOE maintain their interest rate path?

US Stocks Turn Red as China Plans WTO Retaliation in Latest Trade War Skirmish

US Stocks Turn Red as China Plans WTO Retaliation in Latest Trade War Skirmish

Global stocks were mixed again in early Tuesday trading, although persistent weakness in Asia suggests investors remain acutely concerned over developments in the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing even as they build modest gains from markets elsewhere as economic growth continues to grind higher in Europe and surges in the United States.