Commodities & Metals

Here are five of the top gold-mining and gold-producing stocks that appear undervalued despite gold's performance in 2019.
The U.S. Army is seeking proposals to build a pilot plant in the United States to refine rare earth elements used in many weapons systems.
A new RBC report notes that the gold-mining stocks may be turning around. These stocks make sense for nervous investors looking to add some exposure to gold.
Global food prices spiked in November, another challenge to the efforts to feed the world's hungry. Rising prices come at the same time as other factors that represent high hurdles.
Iron ore miner Cleveland-Cliffs will acquire steelmaker AK Steel in an all-stock deal valued at $1.1 billion. Investors are less than excited.
Newmont Goldcorp announced on Monday that it will repurchase up to $1 billion worth of its common stock in the next 12 months.
By late morning on Monday, gold was down under $1,450 to its lowest level since August. The good news for gold bugs is that the selling looked swift and temporary.
On top of big gains in stocks and big swings in Treasury yields, gold had been having a monster year as well, due to so much global uncertainty and aided by incredibly low interest rates.
World food prices rose 6% in October compared to the same month in 2018, a sign of inflation in a global environment in which inflation has been muted for years.
The World Gold Council has released data showing that global gold-backed exchange-traded funds have now reached their highest levels of all-time.
Gold has a long history of ups and downs, and it has been considered one of the key measurements of national reserves for centuries.
U.S. Steel has acquired a minority stake in privately held steelmaker Big River Steel for $700 million. The steelmaking giant has a four-year option to purchase the remaining stake.
An analyst's report makes the case that the top gold mining and royalty stocks have lagged the big move in the actual spot price of gold. These three stocks still offer investors solid upside...
Wheat, which represents 20% of all calories consumed by humans worldwide, faces significant damage from drought new research shows.