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Pro trader Rich Ilczyszyn looks at important technical levels for the yellow metal.
The index has not traded above 1,500 since Dec. 12, 2007, just months before the implosion of big Wall Street banks. While many traders usually dismiss the big, round numbers as having little meaning, this mark could be different.
Netflix's better than expected earnings was due to the explosion of Internet-connected TVs, tablets, and smartphones.
CNBC's Steve Liesman ran into a senior executive of Blackberry at the World Economic Forum in Davos and got a demonstration of the Blackberry 10.
Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins told CNBC in Davos that the bank was too aggressive and too self-serving in recent years, as it seeks to put the manipulation of Libor and other scandals behind it.
Apple stock is headed to a level of $425 per share this quarter, DoubleLine CEO Jeff Gundlach says.
If Washington can reach a grand bargain to fix its fiscal problems, the U.S. economy could boom, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon told CNBC on Wednesday in Davos.
Many corporations are tempering their earnings beats with more than a dollop of caution about the outlook for 2013, which is barely 3 weeks old.
Transporting cars and trucks is not expected to be the "engine it was last year" for CSX, CEO Michael Ward says.
Morgan Stanley hopes to buy the rest of the Smith Barney business this year as it continues to re-position its business, CEO James Gorman told CNBC.
As they walked the Red Carpet at this year's AVN Awards, we asked the stars their thoughts on the impact of social media on their careers – and the industry.
While federal authorities aggressively pursue individual insider stock trading cases, financial regulators remain years away from being able to peer into "dark pools," the high-tech mechanism that insiders use to conduct secret, advantageous transactions. NBC News reports.
More than four years after the financial crisis that made him billions, hedge-fund manager John Paulson is bullish on the U.S. economy and housing in particular.
President Obama is making climate change a key issue in his second term, but the cost of cutting the nation's carbon footprint is likely to place a heavy burden on average Americans—and the U.S. economy.
Prime Minister David Cameron promised on Wednesday to give Britons a straight referendum choice on whether to stay in the European Union or leave within the next parliament if he is re-elected at the next election in 2015.
A job placement seeks "beautiful, sophisticated ladies" to seduce businessmen in hopes of "extracting key pieces of information." Is that legal?
Phil Mickelson's taxes are high, but his claim that recent tax hikes on the rich have put his effective rate above 60 percent suggests he's exaggerating, or needs a new accountant.
Futures traders on CNBC debate whether Apple would face the same issues if Steve Jobs was still alive.
After you screw up, it's easy to lose perspective, but this career coach says your mistakes do not have to define you.
The battle for emerging market growth is turning into a cutthroat competition between established multinational companies and a new generation of rivals.