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Gold prices were higher Monday morning, even as the dollar strengthened on signs that Greece is heading for an exit from the euro zone. It is feared that a collapse in talks between Greece and its creditors will result in default for Athens this week. Greece has called for a referendum on the...

Crude oil futures tumbled Monday morning as the Greek crisis raged on, fueling concerns about its impact on the global economy. European markets fell sharply today and Chinese stocks have plunged in recent weeks. A Greek exit from the euro zone has never appeared more imminent, after Greece's Prime...

Crudeoil-111814_26Jun15.jpg U.S. crude oil ended lower for a third straight session on Friday, amid mounting concerns over Greece and the health of the global economy, even as the crucial Iran nuclear deal deadline nears with talks continuing in Vienna, Austria. Some serious differences continue to hamper an agreement in the...

Gold-121814_26Jun15.jpg Gold futures snapped a five-day loss to settle higher on Friday, after prices fluctuated for much of the session, on concerns over Greece's financial woes with no deal still in sight. The uptick in gold prices comes despite the dollar trending higher against a basket of some major currencies. Nevertheless,...

Gold was flat yet again Friday, having seen little movement since mid-week. U.S. gold for August was unchanged at $1173 an ounce, near 2-week lows, amid uncertainty about the outlook for interest rates. On the economic front, the University of Michigan will release its final U.S. consumer sentiment...

Crude oil prices fell Friday morning, extending losses from the previous session amid mounting concerns about the health of the global economy. Greece has been given a deadline of Monday to reach a deal with creditors, leaving much uncertainty heading into the weekend. Elsewhere, Chinese stocks...

oilRig2-041213_25Jun15.jpg U.S. crude oil ended lower for a second straight session on Thursday, as investors weighed demand growth prospects for oil with focus on developments in the Greece debt deal. Currently, indications are that Greece and its creditors are at an impasse with little or no signs of an early agreement. Traders...

Gold-121514_25Jun15.jpg Gold futures dropped for a fifth straight session on Thursday, having fluctuated for much of the day, as uncertainties over Greece's continued, with no signs of any deal before the deadline of June 30. After Greece's latest proposals were rejected, creditors offered a counter-proposal and insist...

Crude oil prices were once again flat near $60 a barrel Thursday morning amid signs that Greece and its creditors are at an impasse. Greece may default on its sovereign debt if a deal is not reached, endangering the euro zone. U.S. crude oil was down 20 cents at $60.07 a barrel, having bounced...

Oilrig3-022513_24Jun15.jpg U.S. crude oil snapped a two-day gain to end lower on Wednesday, as market sentiments were hit after Greek officials said creditors have rejected a debt reform proposal that would have saved Athens from default. The drop comes despite an eighth straight week of decline in official crude oil inventories...

Gold-121114_24Jun15.jpg Gold futures dropped for a fourth straight session on Wednesday, but rallied to pull back a little towards the close as Greece struggled to come to an agreement with its creditors on the much needed financial aid. The latest proposals submitted by Greece were rejected by its creditors and were instead...

Gold prices barely budged Wednesday morning as Greece struggled to come to an agreement with its creditors. The precious metal is getting a modest lift from its safe haven appeal amid signs the global economy is doing poorly. German business confidence fell sharply in June amid worries about the...

Crude oil prices were flat Wednesday morning after Greek officials said their creditors have rejected a debt reform proposal that would have saved Athens from default. US crude oil for August was down 5 cents at $60.95 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The American Petroleum Institute...

Crudeoil-112114_23Jun15.jpg U.S. crude oil ended higher for a second straight session on Tuesday, with traders taking positions ahead of the weekly oil report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration on Wednesday and the American Petroleum Institute later today. Oil prices scaled over $61 a barrel despite further signs the...

Gold-112514_23Jun15.jpg Gold futures dropped for a third straight session to end at a two-week low on Tuesday, as expectations that Greece is nearing a deal with its international creditors strengthened and is likely to avoid a default. Investors also weighed some soft manufacturing data out of China and some mixed economic...

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