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Experts and corporate executives from metals and mining companies will share their insights on this sector during two information-filled days at NYSSA’s 11th Annual Metals and Mining Conference from June...
Shares of North American Palladium (AMEX:PAL) were gapping down Tuesday morning with an open price 11% lower than Monday's closing price. The stock closed at $5.66 yesterday and opened today's trading at $5.04.
The Australian dollar topped other currencies Friday amid a rebound in commodities.
Cramer provided a parody of the bears' response to Buffett's bullish comments about the U.S. economy.
Gold prices struggled with the broader complex Thursday as investors took profits.
Cliffs, Vale, and Rio Tinto were among the gainers last week, while Barrick Gold, Goldcorp, and Silver Wheaton were among the losers.
Spot gold prices could break out of a tight trading range next week.
Alumina, Platinum Group and AK Steel were winners among metals and mining stocks last week.
Spot gold prices are grounded in positive territory midday Thursday as the dollar continues to fall against a basket of major currencies and the economic picture brightens and helps lift stocks.
Spot-gold prices are heading higher Monday as investors seek safety amid uncertainty over the EU's handle over the region's debt contagion challenges.
Spot gold prices and spot silver prices are retreating along as investors balk at bearish yellow metal indicators.
Spot gold prices are attempting to claw their way into neutral territory Monday afternoon after suffering a wave of selling pressure on Friday.
Spot gold prices are popping Thursday afternoon as gold advisors continued eying $1,500 gold.
Spot gold prices are flat Friday afternoon and fending off the stronger dollar as gold advisors continue eying gold beyond $1,400.
Barrick Gold, Freeport and Peabody are among the metals and mining stocks to receive highest buy ratings.
Spot gold prices are dipping in the red Monday afternoon as the greenback receives a boost on better-than-expected economic data.
Spot gold prices have been falling Thursday as a better-than-expected jobs report emerges.
Spot gold prices have been edging higher around midday Wednesday after exuding some dullness earlier this week on some restored confidence in the U.S. dollar and renewed interest in the currencies and treasuries.
Spot gold prices are dull Monday afternoon as the dollar behaves with volatility, given the Fed's unclear signals on a second round of quantitative easing.
New York spot gold prices are rebounding after second guessers of fresh quantitative easing are reassured -- following the release of minutes from the Fed Reserve's September policy-setting meeting. -- that it would likely happen sooner than later.
North American Palladium CEO Bill Biggar discusses when he thinks his company will begin profiting off of high palladium prices.
New York spot gold prices closed in the red even after minutes from the Fed Reserve's September policy-setting meeting suggested another round of quantitative easing could occur sooner rather than later.
Spot gold prices drifted higher Monday afternoon as silver prices continued their ascent against the yellow metal.
Spot gold prices are dipping in the red Monday afternoon due to profit taking, which kicks in after the yellow metal hits about $1,320 on Friday.
Spot gold prices have been lackluster on Thursday upon the surprise outcome in the Chicago Purchasing Managers' Index and to a certain degree the decline in jobless claims.
Spot gold prices are trading sideways Wednesday amid a sharp uptick in oil, which has a long history of being tied to commodities such as gold.
Spot gold prices have been moving in an uneventful fashion Friday afternoon, but many in the gold investing community believe that it won't be long before the precious metal breaks above a level of resistance.
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