This summer, U.S. consumers can look forward to opening a cold beer, firing up the grill and throwing on the most expensive pork chop they have ever purchased.
U.S. stocks fell a second day, following the biggest annual rally for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index in 16 years, as investors weighed comments from Federal Reserve officials on stimulus and the economy’s strength.
After the biggest gold slump in three decades left investors heartbroken, they’re following Taylor Swift’s advice and never, ever getting back together.
Copper prices dropped the most in two weeks after pending sales of U.S. homes unexpectedly fell in June and factory orders declined more than forecast, signaling metal demand may ebb.
"The market is vulnerable to the upside given all the problems in Brazil."
- Donald Selkin on Aug 25, 2014