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Base metals are trading in a narrow range as investors eye Chinese production.
Cramer shares his views on why it's hard to take this market seriously and the loss of investible sectors. Caterpillar, Ford and General Motors are among the stocks discussed.
As the Fed is the monetary policymaker of the globe, this slowdown may pause Fed action.
Weak trade data from China sparks renewed concern over the global economy, while revived jitters over Brexit reverberate across Europe.
Rio Tinto (RIO) stock is under pressure on Thursday as Citi cut its rating on the shares to 'sell.'
This is what's behind the fall of such magnitude that we are seeing.
European stocks hit a three-month low after slumping China exports spook global markets.
Resources and oil groups rise after comments from Russian President Putin and the Saudi energy minister.
The FTSE 100 gains more than 1% as oil shares rise.
An agreement to curb output boosts producers including Cnooc, China Petroleum and Inpex.
GMO makes a compelling case for natural-resources stocks, despite the short-term volatility that they can experience. Here are six companies that look good based on the underlying fundamentals.
Oil is the biggest beneficiary of Fed inaction and the subsequent dollar weakness.
Financial stocks give up Bank of Japan-inspired gains as Japanese markets reopen after a public holiday.
Gainers include ArcelorMittal, Lafargeholcim, Nokia, Maersk
Banks and insurers rise across Europe after the Bank of Japan's stimulus tweaks.
The Australian miner is in dispute with Canberra over $772 billion of back taxes, mostly relating to a marketing business which routes sales through Singapore. It may go to court.
A surge in coal prices may stifle demand from Chinese steel producers, which are being counted on to mop up as much as 50 million tons of new iron ore.
The central bank signals near-term rate status quo, while observing a softening in the housing market.
Copper and crude have been a good measure of economic activity, but both are at historically low levels.
Norway's $900 billion fund sold $300 million Duke shares before excluding the energy company because it poses "risk of severe environmental damage."
The central bank chief pledges to stick with its easing measures as it strives to get inflation up to its elusive 2% goal.
Miners are the biggest losers in London as precious metal prices fall.
Benchmark indices across Europe are up but the FTSE falls after a holiday Monday.
Friday's strong finish failed to save stock markets from a second week of losses.