|Day Low/High||37.47 / 40.06|
|52 Wk Low/High||24.71 / 46.20|
Assuming a Clinton win, she may be handicapped, by both federal investigators and Republicans.
But it's probably premature to buy crude oil on the current dip.
It's just as dumb to short energy companies as it is to short mining companies.
This doesn't mean Dr. Copper is foreshadowing a change in global growth.
Look for oil's next big support on the downside of $48.20 to be tested this week and hold.
As the Fed is the monetary policymaker of the globe, this slowdown may pause Fed action.
Ulta shines as 2 members of Real Money's Stressed Out index were taking a hit during the trading session Thursday.
This is what's behind the fall of such magnitude that we are seeing.
Here is a way to take advantage of the bullish potential in the big commodities name.
Market rhetoric on OPEC caps is working to get the price to new four-month highs.
I am not sure where any European commercial bank generates profits for the foreseeable future.
After a short consolidation, the trend is pushing higher; try this options strategy to define risk.
Oil is the biggest beneficiary of Fed inaction and the subsequent dollar weakness.
The intraday price action has been mind-numbingly dull.
This stock is consistently one of the top-ten names I am asked about.
As Freeport-McMoRan stock continues to fall, Deutsche Bank lowered its price target on the shares.
It is disappointing to see gold not gain a safe-haven bid on the weaker equity markets.
Freeport sells its Deepwater Gulf of Mexico properties in an effort to reduce its debt and focus on its copper business.
The next key resistance area is around $20. Sounds promising.
Navistar shares were rallying Tuesday on news of a major stake taken by Volkswagen.
Shares of Newmont Mining and Freeport-McMoRan get a boost on a bullish commodities report.
The market isn't doing a good job at trying to auction higher.
Struggles of Bank of Japan and Fed help keep metals complex surging.
News from Japan may be more important for gold than anything from Fed.
News conference by ECB's Draghi doesn't inspire confidence for European investors.
Aetna and Humana each traded down sharply as antitrust hurdles may block $34 billion merger.
Among other metals, silver is treading water while zinc is a big mover.