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Freeport-McMoRan is always going to be my first call on the health of copper.
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Those investors who called the market bottom back in January will be well served to be in cash.
With Vale's Brucutu mine offline, the three remaining miners are churning more cash, making them attractive investments.
Although this will be challenging in the short term, it may be an opportunity for large American companies to acquire assets.
The dollar rally is driving commodity prices at the moment.
The Dow was able to trim losses, but still closed Wednesday's session down triple digits.
Carrizo Oil & Gas, BHP Billiton and Wells Fargo could benefit should inflation kick in.
Move to acquire BHP's U.S. onshore assets will sharply increase BP's oil and gas output in the U.S.
BP is acquiring the shale oil and gas assets from BHP Billiton for $10.5 billion.
Dow gains some 28 points, while S&P 500 and Nasdaq inch higher in quiet post-holiday trading.
The copper miner's stock has closed higher for seven consecutive days, a significant breakout.
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Wall Street finished strong Tuesday.
Oil companies have been spending too much to produce too little.
U.S. futures point to a positive open with Dow Jones Industrial average futures up 0.25% and S&P 500 futures gaining 0.26%
The weakening dollar is filtering down to commodities, and metals prices are rising.
Better-than-projected growth in China revives copper and Freeport-McMoRan.
With bullishly aligned daily and weekly bar charts and only limited resistance on a Point and Figure chart, we have a bullish outlook for BHP.
Some key stocks with a greater than 50% book of business from overseas have been on a steady path higher.
Ford plans to shrink its workforce in North America and Asia by 10%.
The soft revolution at Softbank under founder Masayoshi Son is transforming a phone company into a private-equity technology giant.
Even without North Korea, there's plenty of uncertainty coming from U.S. allies.
As Trump has his best week so far, equities remain resilient to negative news.
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