WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov 27- Chicago wheat futures fell to a 2-1/ 2- month low on Friday, pressured by expectations of big deliveries next week and strength in the U.S. dollar, during a shortened trading session after the Thanksgiving holiday. "The dollar is very strong, just killing anything that we export," said Bill Biedermann, a trader at Allendale Inc..» Read More
The U.S. gets an ominous warning from a credit rating agency, just as the shutdown fiasco is starting to manifest in earnings reports.
Marie Owens Thomsen, Senior Economist & Strategist, Credit Agricole Private Banking explains why structural issues are much more concerning than the current U.S. debt debacle.
While "Dr. Doom" is no fan of the D.C. brinkmanship, he says three other factors should have investors even more concerned.
Dr. Doom says Apple reminds him of Polaroid in the 1970s.
Cowen & Co.¿s Sam Margolin says oil is about to get a lot cheaper, meaning gasoline prices could fall by almost a dollar, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
Sam Margolin, analyst at Cowen & Co., discusses whether oil will continue its slide, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the "Futures Now" traders.
Marc Faber says Apple reminds him of Polaroid, and that we could see the company go completely belly up, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
The take on Treasurys. Trading bonds off the D.C. debt ceiling debate, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
He's no fan of Washington, but Marc Faber says investors should be more concerned about weak earnings than D.C. brinkmanship.
The market hopes for a deal. Could fresh, all-time highs be on the way? The next stop for stocks, with Marc Faber CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders, Jeff Kilburg and Jim Iuorio, both at the CME.
The Futures Now crew breaks down a volatile day for the precious metal as the DC dysfunction continues.
The net effect of this much ballyhooed deal is the government opens, borrowing goes on, and the sequester cuts will likely be minimal, if at all.
A huge sale Friday has left many traders suspecting that someone was trying to manipulate the market.
It's early, but already we are hearing that third quarter earnings and fourth-quarter guidance will be a disappointment.
Sterling Smith, Citi, discusses why he doesn't think gold is a safe haven. Paul Sacks, Aurum Options Strategies, says investors should put their physical gold in a safe and "forget about it."
This trader explains why the debt ceiling debate matters for gold — and tells you how to trade bullion this week.
This will be a huge week for earnings, and here's why traders are getting nervous.
Gold swiftly plunged $25 on Friday morning, and a single trade could be to blame.
Washington is groping for a deal on extending the debt ceiling. Yet banks are where all the action is.
Societe Generale's head of U.S. rates strategy explains why Bernanke definitely won't taper before his term is done.
BlackRock's Russ Koesterich explains why the S&P 500 will continue to trade sideways until the economy and earnings improve.
The stock rally fades. Is the US in a profit recession? What to buy now, with Russ Koesterich, BlackRock, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders, Jim Iuorio at the CME and Anthony Grisanti at the NYMEX.
Crude gets a boost. Trading oil now, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders.
Gold dropped almost two percent to a near six-year low on Friday, set for a sixth straight weekly decline under pressure from a firm U.S. dollar.
Crude oil futures tumbled as the dollar index hit a fresh eight-month high, adding more pressure to a bearish market.
Veteran emerging markets investor Mark Mobius has warned of a worse-than-expected slowdown in Chinese steel production.