The 2014 World Cup is going to be bigger than ever -- it's shaping up to be the most watched, most lucrative and expensive tournament in soccer history -- it's also going to be one of the biggest energy-consuming, greenhouse gas-spewing World Cups in history.
It was a challenging first half of the year for most commodities, silver lost a third of its value and gold lost a quarter of its price from the beginning of the year.Where does this leave the commodity supercycle?
If you want an objective view of energy, ask an economist, who can tell you what to expect to pay at the pump in the coming years, and why, as well as what to expect from medium- and long-term economic growth and what the real drivers will be.
Pull out the party hats! Dow closed above 15000 for the first time in history! Although the Dow is rocking, and that has been a factor in the increase in oil from the lows, Dow records are just not what they used to be.