Gold bulls challenged by a divided and less dovish Fed.
Europe's major economies are already hurting, but rising energy costs will make it worse, especially for any company dependent on discretionary spending.
Recent events in the Middle East and the oil market's reaction dramatically changes the landscape.
Federal Reserve policymakers are widely expected to vote in favor of cutting rates by at least a quarter-point when their two-day meeting wraps up on Wednesday. The question is whether the Fed will hint that it's joining in the race to zero, and of course whether it will win.
Jim Cramer says it's amazing the market didn't fall on this oil shock. The U.S. is very different than it was a decade ago, he explains.