15 Riskiest Countries for Investors Today

Shifting economic fortunes have made some first-world markets every bit as risky as emerging nations. More 

Brutal Day for Banks & Tech — Monday’s IP Market Recap

The broader markets were slammed by news across the Atlantic on Monday, with banks and tech stocks taking the brunt of it. More 

Gold, Silver Down to Close Out Losing Week

No definitive actions were taken by the U.S. or eurozone central banks to contain the eurozone debt/credit crisis. More 

Gold, Silver Lower As FOMC, G-20 Meet

Germany and eurozone leaders agree to use emergency funds from the European Stability Mechanism and European Financial Stability Facility to buy bonds of troubled member nations in the open market. More 

Spain & Italy: Different Problem, Same Crisis

Italy's government spending and Spain's real estate bubble may be different issues, but they are both part of a crisis of confidence. More 

Gold, Silver Turn Lower as FOMC Meets

And eurozone leaders at the G-20 summit in Los Cabos, Mexico, aim to forge a "more integrated financial architecture." More 

Europe Still Rules the Markets: Monday’s IP Market Recap

Concerns over Europe and a wait-and-see attitude regarding the G20 and Federal Reserve meetings this week kept markets mixed on the day in light trading. More