Forex

Strong Dollar Is Slicing Corporate Sales

The robust greenback -- powered by a teetering eurozone -- is wreaking havoc on companies with lots of international revenue. See which are being hardest hit. More 

Why They Should Learn Mandarin in Australia

The intensifying Aussie-Sino trade relationship offers numerous investment opportunities to bank on Chinese growth. More 

Gold, Silver Fall as Euro Leaders Set to Meet

New measures to be planned as the EU is effectively experiencing its second recession of the past four years. More 

Strong Rally in Gold, Silver as Euro Weakens Further

Gold and silver were solidy higher Thursday even as the euro slipped lower versus the dollar and weekly U.S. unemployment claims were unchanged. More 

Gold Recovers as Euro Jitters Ease

Gold and silver were recovering Thursday morning amid a positive report on U.S. unemployment and easing concerns across the Atlantic. Miners were a mixed bag. More 

Gold, Silver Take Hits After FOMC Meeting

The meeting's minutes are released, and the dollar/euro exchange rate is adjusted. More 

Central Banks Join the Gold-Buying Binge

But for central banks to get back to their 1980s' average would require a 15-fold increase in gold's value, and private buyers are far more voracious. More