Barrick Gold's hostile takeover bid for Newmont Mining was widely questioned by analysts. Newmont's CEO raised the question of whether or not Barrick's new CEO has...
The US government implied last week that negotiations on a complete deal could be wrapped up this month.
The pending failure in the corporate bond market will reflect on the Dow Jones' dividend payouts. In the past nine years, dividend payouts for the Dow...
After peaking in January, gold seems to have no immediate signs of slowing down.
The US-China trade talks continued. Enough progress was made that the US, including the president, made noises about postponing and increase in tariffs.
The steel industry is a high risk market but it provides good returns to investors.
Palladium is now the most expensive precious metal in the market and its price could rise multiple times in the coming months.
Did you know that 70 percent of millennials would consider buying lab-grown diamonds over mined ones?
The United States and China are expected to conduct more meetings this week. Markets wait for both countries to reach a trade dispute resolution.
One gold standard fact known to all is that it was terminated by President Nixon in August 1971.