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.» Read More
The risk trade is looking a little frayed around the edges. Traders are looking to this week's jobs data for answers, as worries about global growth reemerge. Economists expect the April jobs number Friday to be slightly weaker than last month at a consensus 198,000 new jobs. In March, 216,000 jobs were created.
Precious metals got pummeled today with gold and silver taking a sharp turn to the downside, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
Silver's shine is fading fast, and the market for the precious metal may have reached a top in a speculative, mad dash by ETF investors.
John Stephenson, First Asset Mgmt., says there could be more downside to go before the slide in silver ends.
Peter Schiff, Euro Pacific Capital president, says it's not time to be cautious on silver. "If silver was really topping out, gold would be dropping too."
Silver saw the biggest drop in two years. Is the top for silver in for the year? The Fast Money traders discuss.
The Fast Money Traders and Dan Dicker, independent oil trader weigh in on silver ETFs and whether they're a good play for investors. Also checking in on today's Pops & Drops.
If gold is the long-term commodities love of the investment community, silver, surging for months now, was (at least until two days ago) its hotly-followed mistress.
Jim Steel, chief commodities analyst, HSBC; Peter Beutel, president and author, Cameron Hanover; and Michael Woolfolk, BNY Mellon offer a roundup of commodities and what's likely to happen over the next few months.
A look at the what the dollar, oil and the precious metals are doing around the world, with Brian Dolan, Forex.com, and Carl Larry, Blue Ocean Brokerage.
Stocks started May on a softer footing, in a day of mixed signals from markets.
The day after Bin Laden’s capture, how different will the world look? On Monday, oil and gold barely moved and the dollar fell while stocks struggled to hold a rally. Could auto sales and better earnings reports change that picture?
The same investors that turned silver red hot are now being blamed for its decline. They are short-term traders who helped drive the nearly 30% parabolic price climb in silver futures in the past month and analysts say they were behind its dramatic fall Sunday and Monday.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks ahead to where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.
Assessing long-term risk in commodities, and the impact of bin Laden's death on the sector, with Andre Julian, OpVest CFO and Edward Meir, MF Global.
The Fast Money traders and Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, weigh in on the market's reaction to Bin Laden's death and how to play it.
The amazing race in the precious metals market is taking a breather. A look at where metals are headed, with Darin Newsom, Telvent DTN; Nicholas Snowdon, Barclays Capital, and Phillip Streible, Lind-Waldock.
As investors send prices soaring for not only gold, but now also silver, consumers have been unearthing ancient stashes of silverware, teapots and jewelry from long-discarded beaus, and trading them in at pawn shops or selling them on eBay for cash. The New York Times reports.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Monday's "Squawk on the Street."
Robust earnings reports and new money from fund managers may put a bounce into stocks at the start of the week, but the focus will quickly turn to economic news, especially Friday's April jobs report.