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Investors should look to stocks that serve the all-powerful Chinese consumer.
After yesterday's look at 8 stocks that could pop higher next year, here are some names that might be best left alone, or shorted, in 2017.
It may be time for Baidu to catch up with the group.
The soon-to-launch Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank could lead to major deals for the likes of KKR, Black Rock, and Carlyle Group.
Glencore (GLCNF) is reportedly laying the groundwork for a potential merger with Rio in the next year that would create the world's largest mining company, worth about $160 billion.
China’s aluminum giant is picked to head one of three new mining groups that will handle what’s now 90% of the world’s rare earths extraction and processing.
The latest annual rare earths quota affects state-owned mining companies and their American and Australian competitors.
In trading on Monday, shares of Aluminum Corp of China Ltd. crossed below their 200 day moving average of $8.86, changing hands as low as $8.85 per share.
Alcoa (AA), Century Aluminum (CENX), Aluminum Corp of China (ACH), Noranda Aluminum (NOR) and Kaiser Aluminum (KALU) have each lost share value on Thursday.
Aluminum producers such as AA, CENX, ACH, NOR and KALU rally despite the absence of news.
Alcoa (AA) has spiked 11.6%. What's behind the aluminum producer's gains?
When a stock makes a large-percentage move, it is often just the start of a new major trend -- a trend that can lead to huge profits.
These under-$10 stocks look poised to trade higher from current levels.
In trading on Thursday, shares of Aluminum Corp of China Ltd. entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $7.81 per share.
Balancing act: Mongolia works at ensuring Chinese money doesn't become Chinese dominance
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, talks Apple/Alcoa smartphone/smelters again.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, draws an Alcoa/Apple parallel.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, warns RIMM traders of Waterloo.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, beats up Alcoa's "beat."
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, opens the curtain on Alcoa.
With investor aversion to the risks of foreign stocks reaching highs, a handful of big overseas names are poised to pop from a short squeeze.
Rio Tinto tightens grip on Ivanhoe Mines under new financing deal; Ivanhoe CEO steps down
Financial manipulation in the metal's physical market benefits neither consumers nor producers.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed higher on any positive catalyst.
Riding on the back of a positive outcome for the eurozone, metal and mining stocks traded in the green this past week.
The trading panel discussed how the market rallied in the absence of a eurozone debt agreement.