Gold Dealers May Avoid Bitcoin On Regulatory Fears
February 12 2014 4:58 PM EST
Confusion over money laundering rules seems prevalent at a few gold dealers.
US Gold Coin Sales Mixed In Early New Year
February 12 2014 12:58 PM EST
U.S. gold coin sales fell 40 percent in January from a year earlier.
Copper vs. Gold As Inflation Defense: Which Shines?
February 12 2014 10:03 AM EST
Historically, institutional investors have favored gold. How about during the post-financial crisis era?
Brazil Agriculture Booms, Even As Grain Prices Wobble
February 11 2014 7:24 PM EST
Brazilian farm exports could surpass $100 billion in 2014, says the Agriculture Ministry.
How Much Gold Did Chinese Grannies Buy In 2013?
February 10 2014 9:29 AM EST
Chinese gold consumption recorded a 41 percent leap in 2013.
Indian Blue Chip Companies Lost $6.7B In Market Cap Last Week
February 10 2014 5:53 AM EST
Disappointing economic data from the U.S. last week led to bulk sell-offs in Asian markets, including those in India.
Why Are Iron Ore, Coal Prices Slumping?
February 05 2014 1:28 PM EST
With iron ore comprising 60 percent of Australia's exports to China, the slump begs the question -- what's going on in China?
What's Being Done To Make Your Food Safer To Eat
February 05 2014 10:05 AM EST
Poultry regulation may feature prominently in 2014 on advocates’ agendas, after two critical December reports made waves.
Cuba’s Sugar Daddy Wants To Go Back Home
February 05 2014 6:29 AM EST
Alfonso Fanjul, sugar tycoon and well-known anti-Castro activist, wants to invest in his home country.
Cows Make More Milk After Giving Birth To Daughters: Study
February 04 2014 3:31 PM EST
Mama cows produce more milk when they're pregnant with daughters, a study finds.
Fear Not, Emerging Markets: China Demands Goods
February 04 2014 1:30 PM EST
China's economy may not be growing as fast as before, but its demand for goods and commodities is as high as ever.
China Wheat Intake Up 5,000%
February 04 2014 12:16 PM EST
The eye-catching statistic reflects China’s growing reliance on wheat imports to feed a nation of 1.35 billion people.
Brazil’s Drought Sends Coffee Prices Skyward
February 04 2014 9:11 AM EST
Analysts had expected a bumper harvest this year for the world’s largest producer of Arabica coffee beans, but the weather isn't cooperating.
Why Did Drilling Decline In The North Sea In 2013?
January 30 2014 9:23 AM EST
Read the highlights of an annual oil and gas review from Petroleum Services Group at Deloitte.
Yes To Trans Fat Ban, No To Soda Ban: Professor
January 29 2014 2:50 PM EST
New York City is fighting in court to defend its ban on large sodas in restaurants.
Commodity Sector Outlook Got You Down? Consider This Metal
January 29 2014 12:31 PM EST
Quick: Name one commodity enjoying rising demand, flattening production and tightening inventories?
Why Natural Gas Prices Are Above Analysts' Estimates
January 29 2014 10:23 AM EST
Natural gas in recent trading has reached beyond $5/btu, a threshold Citi analysts dubbed “unthinkable."
Which Company Dominates Online Groceries, Despite Startups?
January 29 2014 7:00 AM EST
About 40% of online grocery shoppers prefer one high-profile company over the others, according to a poll.
Here's Why Abundant Platinum Stockpiles Are Bad News For Strikers, Prices
January 28 2014 10:55 AM EST
Telling stat: Citigroup analysts estimated that existing platinum supply rose 95 percent over the past six years.
US Steel Imports Surge, Driven By Price Differentials
January 27 2014 9:09 AM EST
Cheap Chinese steel has led many U.S. traders to buy Chinese steel instead of U.S.-produced steel.