Hedge-fund managers are making the biggest ever bet against gold as billionaire George Soros sold holdings last quarter and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. predicted more declines after the longest slump in four years.
The longest decline in Treasuries this year has left U.S. government debt the cheapest since March 2011 when measured by real yields and the best relative value compared with German bunds in more than two decades.
Headlines recently have been dominated by political scandal. Here's how these revelations play out in the markets.
Overall, the bull market frenzy is picking up and we still believe the E-mini S&P 500 will finish this year at 1690 or higher.