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Gold and silver have lost some luster with investors; the price of oil and other natural resources is lower, and speculation in many agriculture sectors has dried up. So why are three veteran money managers who can put money anywhere still holding on
Treasurys next month, warns Wells Fargo Securities chief economist John Silvia. Higher interest rates will put added pressure on a struggling housing market but in themselves shouldn't derail the recovery, said Silvia, speaking at a 2011 Economic
To raise the debt ceiling, moderate Democrats and Republicans in Congress may compel U.S...Americans don't need higher taxes -- they need a government that spends within the nation's means...In 2007, the last year before the financial crisis, the
The Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee, which represents the primary dealers of U.S. Treasurys on Wall Street, on Tuesday warned over the impact of not raising the debt ceiling in a letter to U.S...The letter raised six concerns: that foreign
Stocks appear set to start the week sharply lower as earnings season begins in earnest and international pressures mount. Citigroup reported that its first-quarter income fell 32 percent, but its earnings still beat analysts'
After being pushed and pulled this year by tumult in the Middle East and the quake in Japan, the world's financial markets are increasingly being driven by economic fundamentals, including inflation and interest rates. The winners in the shift have
Everyone's got some opinion on what investors should or shouldn't do. When is it just a flood of background noise and when is it good or important information you should stop and listen to? Well, that's the issue Robert Powell points to today in his
End of government stimulus, higher interest rates could prove troubling Gail MarksJarvis ct-biz-0406-gail-20110406 With potential mergers able to turn stocks into instant gold mines, investors have entered the second quarter as hopeful buyers of
Federal Reserve officials openly feud over the right time to begin tightening monetary policy, Treasury investors are starting to lean with the hawks...Treasurys last week endured their longest losing streak in more than two decadesnine consecutive
S. stocks climbed modestly as an influx of encouraging economic news raised investors' hopes that data to be released this week would provide fresh signs that the economic recovery is continuing. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 32 points, or 0.