AP by Stan Choe
Another quarter, another lesson in long-term investing.
Economic uncertainty around the world and a brutal start to the year for stocks helped send the price of gold surging to its best quarter in 30 years. But an analysis of 10... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Matthew Philips
In the three months since the U.S. lifted its 40-year ban on crude oil exports, a curious thing has happened. Rather than flooding global markets, U.S. crude shipments to foreign buyers have stalled. At the same time, i... view full article >>
CNBC by Alex Rosenburg
Oil is enjoying an incredible March, which could suggest that a good April is ahead.
Crude oil is rising powerfully on Wednesday morning. And even through Tuesday's settlement, oil is up more than 13 percent over the curr... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Paul Barrett
In its latest deadlock of the post-Scalia era, the Supreme Court split 4-4 on an issue of vital importance to public-employee unions and their foes. In its inaction, the high court left in place one of its own... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Patrick Clark
It's been more than 15 years since Congress increased funding for the Low Income Housing Tax Credit, the government's primary method for encouraging construction of affordable housing. On Thursday, Senator Maria Cantwell... view full article >>
Reuters by Barani Krishnan
Oil prices were down more than 3 percent on Wednesday after the U.S. government reported a crude build three times above analysts expectations to a record high for the sixth straight week, rekindling worries of a glut tha... view full article >>