Hecla Mining Co. rose$. 05 or 1.7 percent, to $2.93. Pan American Silver Corp. rose$. 36 or 3.4 percent, to $11.00. Silver Standard Resources Inc. rose$. 34 or 5.6 percent, to $6.37.» Read More
An outlook on the metals trade, with Rob Stein, Astor Asset Management and Christian Magoon, Magoon Capital.
Markets are heading back to the "bad old days of 2010", with investors trading off headlines, rather than fundamentals and correlations between asset classes strengthening, according to research by ConvergEx.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson with details on today's jump in silver.
Think you're seeing a slew of signs pointing to a global slowdown? Maybe not!
The World Gold Council’s first quarter report shows demand from China for gold jewelry jumped 21 percent year on year to 142.9 tons, but some fund managers are betting on diamond and gem set jewelry to give higher returns.
"We're in a global economy; companies with global reach are key," says Dennis Stattman, BlackRock Global Allocation Fund.
Newmont Mining's shares have been getting hit, with Richard O'Brien, Newmont Mining CEO.
How much is an elephant's weight in gold worth? The U.S. Marshals Service could soon find out when it auctions off nearly five tons of confiscated gold and silver jewelry.
A view of where copper and other metals are headed, with Richard Adkerson, Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold president/CEO.
Following a dramatic couple of weeks for those holding gold, HSBC has told clients the precious metal is ‘bound to rebound’ and that they could use the losses as a buying opportunity.
There were many reasons throughout history that a currency has become the reserve money of the world, but the most common has been the country’s military might—specifically that of its navy.
Was investment demand the catalyst for silver's higher prices over the last year? Jeffrey Christian, CPM Group, weighs in.
A look at where silver is headed, with Greg Johnson, South American Silver Corp. president/CEO and CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Commodity prices may have recovered slightly from last week's sharp selloff but the downtrend is likely to stay in place for the next few months, warned analysts.