Is the Rally Over?

The Beginning of the End?

A gloomy October on Wall Street turned darker Thursday, as heavy selling overseas and failed intraday rallies in the U.S. sent major stock indexes to another stinging retreat. The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 546 points, leaving the blue-chip index down 5.2% after two days of volatile trading that has been marked by sharp declines in the last hours of the day...

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Tariffs for Everyone

Tariffs for EU

The Trump administration is reportedly planning to impose import tariffs on European steel and aluminum after finding no satisfaction in its effort to win trading concessions on the issue. An announcement dropping the EU from an exemption to global tariffs of 25% on imported steel, and 10% on aluminum, could come on Thursday...

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Tug Of War: Gold To Keep Fighting As Investors Eye Buying Opportunities

(Kitco News) - After the biggest weekly drop in five months, gold bulls are not ready to give up their tug of war against the bears just yet, according to analysts.

As gold gets ready to close the week below $1,300 an ounce for the first time this year, analysts are scrambling to project where the yellow metal might head next when the dust finally settles...