The steelmaker plans to halt production and temporarily lay off about 200 workers at its Great Lakes, Mich., facility.
Precious metals will likely see a quick response to the Jackson Hole symposium later this week.
The yellow metal always makes headlines whether it's price go up, down or remain stagnant.
Silver could see $20 an ounce by year-end.
Copper, gold and oil are no longer moving in tandem. So what's driving these commodities in opposite directions?
A race to the bottom for yields and "panic mode" in equities all contribute to constructive landscape.
U.S. industrial production unexpectedly contracts in July, hitting President Donald Trump's economy in a sector known for its abundance of high-paying blue-collar jobs.
Long term, the yellow metal won't fix our issues.
Let's see how the charts and indicators have shaped up.
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