• Morning Silver Market Report 9/13

    The silver market was slightly easier overnight, as it awaited the results of today's FOMC meeting, which are expected to be announced at 11:30 am central today. The bulls may already be disappointed with silver's performance yesterday, as it sold off sharply after making new highs overnight. Like gold, silver had gained quite a bit in recent weeks on poor economic data and on expectations that the Fed would be embarking on a third round of quantitative easing. The market also got a boost ...
  • Morning Gold Market Report 9/13

    The gold market (and equities and a host of other commodities) is anxiously anticipating the results of the FOMC meeting, which are to be announced at 11:30 am central today. The market is looking for the Fed to announce a 3rd round of quantitative easing. As an indication as to how high expectations are running, yesterday an informal poll indicated that 98% of traders were expecting the Fed to eventually embark on QE III, while 77% percent were looking for it to occur today. This morning there ...
  • Man outside burning US Embassy in Libya

    Al-Qaeda Group Responsible For Libyan Embassy Attack: Report

    rs of the banned Omar Abdul Rahman Brigades were behind the assault on the Benghazi embassy on Tuesday, using the pretext of an inflammatory online video depicting the Islamic prophet Mohamed to launch the attack which killed Christopher Stevens, according to sources.
  • Asian Stocks

    Asian Stocks Mixed Before Fed Decision

    Asian stock markets were mixed Thursday as investors opted for caution ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy announcement later in the day.
  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    US Stock Futures Signal Lower Open Ahead Of Fed Decision

    The U.S. stock index futures point to a lower open Thursday as investors maintained a cautious mode ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting in which there is the likelihood of another round of quantitative easing measures to be announced to invigorate the economy.
  • A trader is pictured at his desk in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange

    European Markets Fall Ahead Of US Fed Meeting

    Most of the European markets fell Thursday as investors remained watchful waiting for the U.S. Federal Reserve to announce stimulus measures to revive the economic growth.
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    Get the Body and Winning Form of Athletes with the Adidas Techniques

    The Adidas sports apparel line has been valued for both function and performance. Adidas has been an athlete's best friend and key to his or her winning and pride all these years.
  • Big Ben Now Tolls From ‘Elizabeth Tower’

    The iconic clock tower that houses the great bell, the Big Ben, was officially renamed Elizabeth Tower Wednesday to honor the 60 years that Queen Elizabeth has been on the throne.
  • George Clooney Denies Stacy Keibler Breakup Claims

    George Clooney denied breaking up with Stacy Kleiber Wednesday, releasing a statement through his publicist that they are still together after rumors began swirling about the couple.
  • Camille Grammar, Ex-wife Of Kelsey, Calls Sexless Marriage Claims 'Simply Not True'

    Camille Grammer, a former cast member on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” was recently slammed by her ex-husband, Kelsey, when he made a joke on the late-night talk show “Conan,” that he didn’t have sex “for a decade” during his marriage to Camille.
  • Morning Silver Market Report 9/12

    The German High Court's refusal to block ratification of the ESM overnight helped push December silver to a new high for the week and to its highest level since March 12th. With that ruling out of the way, the market will focus on today and tomorrow's FOMC meeting.
  • Morning Gold Market Report 9/12

    The gold market got a boost overnight after the German High Court refused to block ratification of the European Stability Mechanism. This lent support to the Euro and sent the Dollar Index to its lowest level since May 4th, which was enough to push December gold to its highest level since February 29th. With that out of the way, the market can now focus on the FOMC meeting today and tomorrow.
  • Apple iPhone 5 Release Event Live: Where To Get Live Coverage Of The Next iPhone Announcement

    Just a few more hours and Apple will finally take the wraps off its sixth generation iPhone, aka "iPhone 5," at a press event in San Francisco Wednesday, Sept. 12. Here are some links to the websites where you can get the complete coverage of the Apple media event.
  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    US Stock Futures Signal Firm Open Amid Fed Easing Hopes

    The U.S. stock index futures point to a higher open Wednesday as investor confidence was underpinned by expectation that the Federal Reserve will announce stimulus measures this week to invigorate the economy and boost growth.
  • Gold and Copper Price Update

    Gold holding in ETP set another record - Copper rises on opinion that Germany will pass bill to aid countries in EZ - US crude crosses 200 day moving average
  • Photo illustration shows two euro coin through a magnifying glass near a picture of German share trading DAX index

    European Markets Rise Ahead Of Germany’s Court Ruling

    Most European markets rose Wednesday with investors awaiting Germany's Constitutional Court to approve the euro zone's new bailout fund to help reduce the debt stress faced by the countries in the region.
  • Trade Magazines Struggle To Stay Relevant: Why Digital May Not Be The Only Answer

    Once indefensible, industry trades have seen their influence diminish in recent years. Trade magazines such as Variety, the Hollywood Reporter, Backstage and Advertising Age have all tried different ways to cope with a migration of readers from print to the Web.
  • Burberry graphic

    Flat Burberry Sales Pull High-End Brands Down

    After London-based Burberry Group PLC (LON: BRBY) reported flat comparable-store sales for its second quarter, market watchers are trying to digest cross signals in the luxury goods market.
  • South African mine strikes

    South Africa Mining Strikes Spread

    The world's second-largest platinum producer said striking South African miners are demanding another 8 to 10 percent pay hike like the one they received in April that ended a six-week strike.
  • Morning Silver Market Report 9/11

    The silver market is finding support off of expectations that the Fed will announce a quantitative program at the FOMC meeting this Wednesday and Thursday. And like gold, there may be a tendency for the market to consolidate ahead of that meeting. The German High Court announcement tomorrow on the legality of the European bailout could shake thinks up a bit if it rules against the plan, but with the FOMC meeting looming, the reaction could be postponed. The weaker dollar this morning is supporti...

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