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China still calls the commodity tune, but there is a small sign of change.
Earnings are out from Trulia and Kraft Foods, and we'll see more from Campbell Soup, Hyatt and Scripps Networks.
Commodity weakness in base metals, notably copper, could weigh down the recovery, especially as the Fed concludes its economic stimulus program.
The Cupertino, Calif. tech giant makes an acquisition, IBM releases Cyber Monday shopping numbers and Cramer makes a pick south --way south --of the border.
According to Vale. Vale says potash market appears to be rebounding, even as Brazil lags other regions, expects better prices next year.
These three big names are gaining ground and pushing for a technical breakout.
Dan Dicker matches wits with Stephanie Link over the latest rise in copper prices and where the stocks go from here.
These include VMware, Apple, Google, Cliffs Natural Resources, and the coal and financial sectors. By Bob Byrne A few comments on individual names to end the week: VMware (VMW) -- Absolutely beautiful-looking chart that should be on every momentum t...
I am looking to sell roughly one-third of a swing long position between $15.45 and $15.50. By Bob Byrne As an update to an earlier discussion on Vale (VALE) in the comments section, I am looking to sell roughly one-third of a swing long position bet...
My take on coal and steel. By Tim Collins For a while now, I've been saying that I believed coal was a second-half story. It was even one of my predictions at the beginning of the year. I will say that I had my doubts after watching the action in th...
Coal, steel and other basic materials are in favor. By Bob Byrne We're seeing very strong buying right out of the gate in stocks like Walter Energy (WLT), Peabody Energy (BTU), Vale (VALE), Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) and U.S. Steel (X).
The lack of adequate strength in the world's key economies make this an unresolved picture.