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Gold prices dropped to their lowest in three months Thursday morning, as the dollar continued its assault on the euro amid concerns about the prognosis for the euro zone. The Greek debt crisis may pose a threat to the 17-nation currency blog. Athens is set to press ahead with a vote Sunday that will...

Crude oil prices nudged higher Thursday morning ahead of a pivotal U.S. jobs report that may shed light on when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rate. Good news from the jobs front may signal a rate hike as early as September. Meanwhile, Greece appears set to go ahead with Sunday's vote...

Crudeoil-012215_01Jul15.jpg U.S. crude oil plummeted to end at a more than two-month low on Wednesday, after a weekly official oil report from the Energy Information Administration showed U.S. inventories to have increased more than expected last week, even as reports indicate the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries...

Gold-011315_01Jul15.jpg Gold futures slipped for a second straight session to end at a near four-week low Wednesday, on some upbeat private sector employment data for June even as the dollar strengthened against a basket of select currencies. But the loss was somewhat capped as the world watched for a last-minute deal to rescue...

Gold was flat Wednesday morning near 4-week lows as the world watched for a last-minute deal to rescue Greek from the brink of fiscal disaster. Greece is daring its euro zone neighbors to let the nation default on its sovereign debt, putting the entire idea of the 17-nation currency bloc in a bit...

Crude oil prices resumed their downtrend Wednesday morning as the latest offer from Greece fell short of creditor demands. The nation is likely to default unless a last-minute deal is reached, putting the future of the euro zone in some doubt. U.S. crude oil for August was down 90 cents at $58.60...

Oil-051612_30Jun15.jpg U.S. crude oil ended a four-day loss to end higher on Tuesday, ahead of the official weekly crude stockpile report, even as talks between Iran and the western powers was extended by a week. The deadline for a final agreement on Iran's nuclear program was due today, but was extended by a week to July...

Gold-122214_30Jun15.jpg Gold futures snapped a two-day gain to end lower on Tuesday, as its safe haven appeal waned on speculation that Greece and its creditors could still agree on the modalities of the bailout aid badly needed by Athens. Gold prices have been trending lower amid last ditch efforts to revive talks between...

Gold prices were lower Tuesday morning amid last ditch efforts to revive talks between Greece and its creditors. Greeks appear ready to default on their sovereign debt, unwilling to fulfill terms of a rescue package from a few years back. Gold for August was down $8 at $1171 an ounce as the dollar...

Crude oil prices nudged higher after hitting 3-week lows as focus remained on the Greek debt crisis. Greeks are digging in their heels, signaling they will no longer accept terms of a rescue package from a few years back. It could mean they will exit the euro zone, raising fears of an even wider...

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...

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