Lead – Reported lead stocks have risen recently, primarily as a result of metal previously withdrawn from LME warehouses in Asia being delivered back on to warrant elsewhere in the world.
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Global stock markets jumped on and after Friday as Ben Bernanke sent signals that the Fed will do what is needed to provide relief to the US economy. But is the market rally here to stay?
Investors will observe a worthwhile exercise by examining aspects of these agencies to evaluate the nature and context of the recent US credit rating downgrade by S&P to assess the impact and potential outlook for resource investing opportunities.
Gold – Mixed results from the recent report on the state of the US job market resulted gold prices fluctuating, however, the larger driving factor for gold futures may be global inflation pressures from the Chinese interest hike.
Rare Earth – Thecrustycreditanalyst.blogspot.com reports that Speculators are pushing any and all rare earth related stocks skyward.
Gold – Thegoldandoilguy.com reports that 2011 should have several great plays in SP500, Precious Metals, Oil, US Dollar, Bonds and Emerging Markets.
Copper – Bloomberg reports that Copper climbed to a record and shares in emerging markets gained for a third day as Chinese manufacturing expanded.
Gold – The Wall Street Journal reports that as ETFs branch out, investors can also trade mining stocks as well as other precious and industrial metals.
Silver – Some analysts actually expected silver prices to remain bullish this week in anticipation of a weaker dollar. But the greenback flipped the script on the white metal, pushing prices down as low as $17.80 late Wednesday morning. Along with silver prices, one silver miner was breaking investors' hearts as well: Coeur d'Alene Mines.
By Melissa Pistilli-Exclusive to Resource Investing News Copper Investing News Copper rose to its highest level in over two weeks Tuesday on a softer dollar and cancelled warrants. Despite depressed demand out of China, analysts believe demand from the rest of the world, including the US and Japan, will more than compensate. Goldman Sachs is [...]