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What Monday’s selloff in Glencore overdone? Jeremy Wrathall, London head global natural resources at Investec, discusses how the market reacted.
John Meyer, partner at SP Angel, says it’s unlikely that beleaguered miner Glencore will go private.
Qatar Investment Authority is likely to be nursing losses on eight of its top 10 holdings including Glencore, the FT reports.
Concerns over the state of China's economy are hurting sentiment in Asian markets on Tuesday, says Tim Condon, head of research, Asia at ING Financial Markets.
From a technical perspective, shares of Caterpillar and Glencore remain on a downtrend, says Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders.com.
Alan Gayle, senior investment strategist & director of asset allocation at RidgeWorth Investments, expects good opportunities to surface in the fourth quarter.
Ken Wong, Asia equity portfolio specialist at Eastspring Investments, says data released on Monday which showed a decline in Chinese industrial profits indicate "nothing new."
Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, explains why comments that Glencore could be the next "Lehman moment" are a little aggressive.
Unlike Lehman Brothers, Glencore has the option of selling assets to help reduce its debt levels, says Andrew Sullivan, managing director of sales trading at Haitong International Securities.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is revealing his biggest concerns in this market.
With Glencore having one of the world's most sophisticated mining trading desks, it could have a global impact like the Lehman Brothers, says Frank Holmes, CEO & chief investment officer at U.S. Global Investors.
David Lennox, resources analyst at Fat Prophets, says debt-laden Glencore still has good assets and is taking action to stabilize its balance sheet.
Jim Cramer explains how and why these five groups of stocks are hated in the market. Will the pain ever end?
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower as uncertainty about the timing of a rate hike and concerns about global economic growth continued to weigh.
One famed analyst says this might be the perfect time for commodities investors to pounce.
European equities ended sharply lower on Monday as concerns over carmaker Volkswagen and miner Glencore continued to dent investor sentiment.
Fredrik Nerbrand, head of global asset allocation at HSBC, discusses copper's relationship to Glencore and how miners are performing in markets.
U.S. stocks were set for a positive start, with sentiment cautious before U.S. Federal Reserve speakers, data and a budget battle in Washington.
Glencore saw its shares slip another 29 percent Monday with analysts stressing that the weakness is likely to be felt across the entire sector.
China may be compounding its own problems by the way its leaders talk about them, as analysts say it is difficult to discern what's really going on.