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By Rodrigo Campos, Reuters | March 13, 2015
By John Caiazzo | March 9, 2015
On Thursday, we witnessed the first time unemployment applications were up after recent numbers were lower, tied to weather conditions where applicants could not get to the unemployment offices.
By Eddie van der Walt, Bloomberg | February 23, 2015
By Eddie van der Walt, Bloomberg | February 16, 2015
Gold's on it's longest run of advances in six weeks amidst ongoing Greek uncertainty.
By Rudy Ruitenberg, Bloomberg | February 16, 2015
The operator of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange plans to start a cash-settled wheat contract based on European benchmark milling-wheat futures traded in Paris.
By John Caiazzo | February 16, 2015
Market commentary for the week ending Friday, February 13, 2015.
By Eddie van der Walt, Bloomberg | February 13, 2015
Gold finally rose again as falling U.S. retail sales showed a sliver of concern.
By Eddie van der Walt, Bloomberg | February 11, 2015
Gold held above a three-week low before Greece's emergency meeting. This is par for the course in 2015 it seems, since gold has soared 4.2% already this year.
By Karen Roche | February 10, 2015
With Valentine's Day on the horizon, Bob Moriarty explains companies that will hold up financially despite plummeting commodities and geopolitical strife.
By Eddie van der Walt, Bloomberg | February 10, 2015
Gold slipped Monday, thanks to geopolitical tension.