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  • Commodities plunge as money flees after 8-month surge; oil nears $100 a barrel

     
    Commodity markets are in a blistering retreat Thursday, as fresh worries about global economic growth give many investors and traders the perfect excuse to take profits after the huge price gains of the last eight months. A rebounding dollar also......
  • Silver and gold rally again as buyers return

     
    Silver prices rose for a second straight day Tuesday, and gold for a third consecutive day, as commodities continued to regroup after last week’s drubbing. Spot silver prices in the New York futures market rallied $1.37, or 3.7%, to $38.48......
  • The dollar: Not so dead yet, after all

     
    Finally, the dollar is getting a bounce. But will it last? The battered greenback rallied against a host of other currencies on Wednesday, reacting in part to renewed fears that Greece’s debt woes could trigger a new financial crisis in......
  • Oil tumbles as U.S. supplies rise and demand falls

     
    Energy prices led a renewed plunge in commodities Wednesday after government data showed rising U.S. crude oil and gasoline inventories -- and weaker demand. A fresh surge in the dollar also knocked many raw materials prices for a loop by......
  • Portugal gets its bailout; Greece remains the bigger worry

     
    Europe’s government debt crisis eased a bit Monday as euro-zone finance ministers approved a $111-billion bailout for Portugal. The deal, as expected, will provide the struggling country with loans over three years from European Union funds and from...
  • Commodities try to stabilize after recent plunge, but dollar's rebound weighs

     
    Silver closed higher and gold closed lower on Friday as prices of commodities in general diverged, despite another jump in the dollar that typically would be expected to batter all or most raw materials. Capping another wild trading week, near-term......
  • Nintendo forecasts lower Wii and DS sales than previously thought as momentum slows

     
    Nintendo lowers sales forecast for Wii and DS consoles, announces 32% revenue drop and 74% decline in net income for the first nine months of its fiscal year....
  • China lets its currency rise to new high against the dollar -- but slowly

     
    China’s currency inched up to a new high against the dollar on Wednesday, the seventh straight session of gains, as President Hu Jintao arrived in Washington for meetings with President Obama. The yuan’s recent strength obviously isn’t a...
  • Big Friday looms for markets with report due on December jobs

     
    The dollar rallied, gold eased and Treasury bond yields declined Thursday as investors positioned themselves for the week’s big economic number: the U.S. report on December employment, due Friday morning. Stocks finished mostly lower. The Dow Jones...
  • Here's what one second of national debt looks like

     
    A political showdown between Republicans and Democrats nears over increasing the legal limit of the national debt....
  • Stocks: What was hot, and not, in foreign markets in 2010

     
    Stocks mostly advanced worldwide in 2010, but there were wide disparities in performance. And the rising tide of global economic recovery didn't lift all boats. Generally, fast-growing emerging-market economies also boasted the hottest equity markets,...