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Gold prices fell $4.79 on Monday, ending a three-day streak of gains, as investors awaited comments from President Donald Trump on Tuesday that could shed some light on his economic plans.
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Tonight’s most anticipated event is President Trump speech in front of the US Congress, where he is expected to give some details relating to his tax plan and infrastructure spending policies.
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Article By: Ryan Mallory
The market is already beyond the irrational stage, so what's one more up-day in the grand scheme of things? Stocks to watch today: FITB, CHTR and CSIQ.
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Article By: Alpari
The euro closed slightly up after trading on Monday. The single currency appreciated against the dollar to 1.0631 following a rise on the EUR/GBP cross and increased 10-year German bond yields.
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Cycle lows are where the average trader always gets schooled. They sell when they should be buying every time.
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The Dow closed at record levels on Monday, marking 12 consecutive winning days, the longest streak since 1987. The Dow has gained 3.9 percent since the most recent rally began.
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Article By: Cullen Roche
If we look at the long-term historical price of gold we actually find that its positive performance is something quite recent. It’s only in the last 50 years that gold has generated high real returns.
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Article By: Orbex
For the past few months, inflation has been rising gradually, but recently, the inflation data is actually overshooting, which puts more pressure on the ECB to withdraw the current stimulus packages as soon as possible.
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Article By: Keith Park
Some of my choices for the month of March are: JCI, ADNT, VFC, HRL, CCP and VTR.
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Article By: Tyler Durden
Thirty companies are set to announce on Tuesday the formation of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, which will create a standard version of the Ethereum software that businesses around the world can use to track data and financial contracts.


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