Tag: Gold

S&P 500 Snaps Winning Streak; U.S. Business Activity Slows; Gold Miners Trade Similar to Junk as Bullion Sinks Below $1,200

Business activity in the U.S. cooled more than projected in June, a regional report showed today.

Gold Dips to 34-Month Low; U.S. Stocks Rise as GDP Report Fuels Fed Stimulus Bets; China’s Central Bank Soothes Markets

Gold fell to a 34-month low, as improving U.S. economic data strengthened the case for the Federal Reserve...

Nikkei Down 10 Percent from Five-Plus Year High; Gold is the Time-Honored Safe Haven, Right?; Greece Named World’s First ‘Demerging Market’

The Nikkei 225 Index followed up Tuesday’s 1.5 percent loss with today’s 2.4 percent dive. After the last...

Rising Unemployment Gives Fed Reason to Stay with Easy-Money Policies; Seek Profits in Eastern Europe; Is Gold about to Rise Again?

Investors should look at Eastern Europe for the next round of oversized profits, said Templeton Group’s Emerging Markets...

Are the Golden Days Over?

Gold is down 25% from its highs ($1,900 in late 2011), and investor sentiment is negative.

Reasons Remain for Fed to Keep Easy-Money Policies Fueling Equities

Compelling reasons exist for the Federal Open Market Committee to stay with easy-money policies that have kept the...

Is George Soros a New Gold Indicator?; Markets Soar to New Highs Again; Wal-Mart Sales Slip

The best indicator for gold price movement may be George Soros.

Eagle Eye Opener: ECB Cuts Rates Again to Fuel Growth; Gold May End Nine-Decade Streak of Gains This Year; GM Beats Earnings Estimates Handily

The European Central Bank (ECB) today announced a further 25 basis point cut to its primary interest rate,...