Jinping Cuts Chinese Import Tariffs, But All Eyes Are on Mid-Terms

Jinping Cuts Chinese Import Tariffs, But All Eyes Are on Mid-Terms

As weak PMI data came out, Chinese President Xi Jinping promised cuts to import tariffs, but any major news on a trade deal will wait until after the elections.

Investing in Silver: Four Ways to Invest and Why

Investing in Silver: Four Ways to Invest and Why

Gold is a big deal, but did you know you can invest in silver too?

Trader's Edge: Market Behavior Around Election Cycles

Trader's Edge: Market Behavior Around Election Cycles

Bullish vs. Bearish Factors Impacting the Markets

Economist Perspective: Key Event Risk Dates in Q4 2018

Economist Perspective: Key Event Risk Dates in Q4 2018

Four major event dates to watch in the fourth quarter

4 Major Trade War Storylines for 2019

4 Major Trade War Storylines for 2019

2019 is shaping up as a challenging year as the unintended and powerful indirect effects of a prolonged U.S.-China trade war start to expand exponentially.

What Are Futures and What Are the Risks?

What Are Futures and What Are the Risks?

What is a futures contract, and should you start trading them?

The World's Top Student Traders Are From Texas' Rio Grande Valley

The World's Top Student Traders Are From Texas' Rio Grande Valley

Three students from UT-Rio Grande Valley win the CME Group Trading Challenge with 182 percent return.

Investors Are Sweet to Oreo Maker Mondelez After Strong Earnings

Investors Are Sweet to Oreo Maker Mondelez After Strong Earnings

Investors show their sweet tooth for the maker of Oreo cookies on Tuesday, a day after food company Mondelez released strong third-quarter earnings.

How China Is Shaping Copper Markets

How China Is Shaping Copper Markets

Electric cars, renewable energy will drive demand in the decade ahead, says report.

If the Yuan Breaks This Key Level, We Could See a Wave of Redemptions

If the Yuan Breaks This Key Level, We Could See a Wave of Redemptions

A flush of FX outflows threatens a breach of the 7 level vs. the dollar, and commodities will likely follow suit.