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Jim Cramer took to the charts with technician Bob Lang to determine whether the red-hot industrial sector can keep running.
Jim Cramer reflected on the days when he ate chicken liver to get by, and how it relates directly to the mood of the stock market.
Gavin Wendt of MineLife addresses jitters in the copper market despite leading economic indicators appearing positive.
With the Republican tax plan headed to conference committee, JPMorgan is encouraging investors to make some tweaks to their portfolio.
The country is outpacing the U.S. and others in a global race to secure supplies of an all-important element for electric cars.
Norsk Hydro CFO Eivind Kallevik speaks about China's influence on the aluminium market.
Tony Makuch, president and CEO of Kirkland Lake Gold, discusses the company's listing in Australia.
Singapore is a lead market for offshore iron ore futures, but "there may be more than one" heavyweight ahead, says Michael Syn of the Singapore Exchange.
Japan now enforces regulation with big data, but "ridiculous and over-specificied" rules may push firms to cut corners, says Jesper Koll of WisdomTree.
BHP's cost-cutting goals are attainable and the move can reveal inefficiencies in the business, says David Lennox, resource analyst at Fat Prophets.
The firm is turning a corner after more than two years of cost cuts and disposals prompted by weak oil prices.
Ross Smyth-Kirk, chairman of Kingsgate Consolidated, says it is "audacious" that Metal Tiger is trying to "steal" the firm's assets while owning just a small stake.
CEO Robert MacLeod speaks about opportunities for his business and the public mistrust of car companies over emissions.
World Platinum Investment Council CEO Paul Wilson speaks about how political upheaval in Zimbabwe is impacting the platinum marketplace.
James Eginton, an investment analyst at the Tribeca Investment, says BHP's U.S. shale assets are non-core to the business.
Russian aluminium giant Rusal's core earnings were helped by rising aluminium prices and greater sales of higher margin products.
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