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Freeport-McMoRan Is Switching Into Bull Market Mode

Freeport-McMoRan Is Switching Into Bull Market Mode

After a rough 2018, Freeport-McMoRan is a 'buy the dips' stock.

Why Mining Stocks Are Likely to Continue Surging

Why Mining Stocks Are Likely to Continue Surging

Among other factors, China's recent slowdown should end soon, boosting demand for metals.

Is Gold Still Glittering in 2019?

Is Gold Still Glittering in 2019?

Gold prices have outperformed in a big way in the last six months. How about the next six months?

Mosaic Shares Fall as Miner Suspends Operations in Brazil

Mosaic Shares Fall as Miner Suspends Operations in Brazil

Mosaic will halt production in its Tapira and Catalao phosphate mines in Brazil after the company was unable to reach an agreement with Brazil's National Mining Agency to extend operations of three dams.

MSC Industrial Shares Drop on Earnings Miss

MSC Industrial Shares Drop on Earnings Miss

Shares of metalworks company MSC Industrial fall more than 5% after reporting fiscal second-quarter results below Wall Street estimates.

Steel Is Rising on Seasonal Demand

Steel Is Rising on Seasonal Demand

Lock in profits in mining stocks as demand picks up.

U.S. Steel Falls as Analyst Says Company Not Ready for Bearish 'Sheet-Tsunami'

U.S. Steel Falls as Analyst Says Company Not Ready for Bearish 'Sheet-Tsunami'

U.S. Steel falls after Credit Suisse analyst Curt Woodworth downgrades the stock to underperform, citing a pending 'sheet-tsunami.'

Why Investors Are Piling Billions Back Into Commodities This Year

Why Investors Are Piling Billions Back Into Commodities This Year

After cooling on the sector last year, speculators socked almost $15 billion into commodities funds in the first quarter, according to a recent report.

U.S. Aircraft Orders Plunged in February - Even Before Boeing Crash

U.S. Aircraft Orders Plunged in February - Even Before Boeing Crash

A steep drop in aircraft orders in February helped to drive a larger-than-expected drop in durable goods orders. The orders fell by 1.6%, according to the Census Bureau, greater than the 0.8% drop projected by economists.

Why This Expert Says There's no Urgency to Jump Into the Gold Market

Why This Expert Says There's no Urgency to Jump Into the Gold Market

Gold hits new highs, could it go higher? Hear what Peter Hug, Global Trading Director of Kitco Metals has to say.