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Investors pour back into commodities-linked stocks -- especially metals and mining names -- amid a broad stock rally Tuesday.
IShares has released two industry ETFs that buy emerging-markets stocks. They may make for better investments than the Dow or S&P 500 over the next decade.
Mining stocks ended Mondays trading session mixed, on a medley of news from steel legal battles to the outcome of a key environmental permitting hurdle.
Shares of U.S. Steel rise sharply on yet another bullish steel-industry call from a Wall Street analyst.
Warren Buffett is looking to increase his holding in Posco, Asia's most profitable steelmaker, according to reports.
An expert told the trading panel Google's much anticipated Nexus One won't have much of an impact on Apple or Google's bottom line.
Market Vectors ETF should continue to propel higher on the weaker dollar and emerging-markets demand.
Investors unload steel stocks Tuesday after U.S. Steel offers a murky outlook.
The World Steel Association, a trade group, revises its 2009 predictions higher and says that demand will likely spike in 2010.
Mutual fund TAVFX and ETF EWH both have large holdings of Cheung Kong Holdings, which makes for an interesting comparison of active vs. passive investing.
Four of the seven latest exchange-traded funds to be graded by TheStreet.com Ratings offer novel investment-allocation formulations.
Three funds specializing in Chinese companies beat all geographically focused funds this week.
Looking for long-term growth engines? A new book explains why you should look at emerging economies.
The Nikkei rose 3% after the dollar broke an essential level vs. the Yen.
Market players credit the strong rally to two separate stories moving through trading desks.
From 'BRIC' to the 'N-11' and beyond, here's what you need to know about emerging market investing.
A review of three of these popular stocks notes this equine moniker might be driven from the market's lingo this year.
The Hang Seng was the biggest decliner, tumbling 1,137 points, or 3.95%, to 27,614.
Regional indices suffered their worst collective decline since September.
The action in the region indicates the correlation to the U.S. could be fading.
And this fund manager likes a bedraggled U.S. tech name, too.
Led by China's Shanghai Composite, regional bourses blossom in springtime.
Some big names in the sector held major support levels and reversed to the upside.
A cease-fire in Lebanon puts downward pressure on the precious metal. But will it last?
This smokestack industry has strength and a number of stocks that are very reasonably priced.
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