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Upbeat China Economic Data Lifts Asian Markets; Europe Equities Down on Weak Corporate Earnings

Global stock markets were mixed Tuesday. European stocks were pressured in part from weaker-than-expected corporate earnings reports and by slumping crude oil prices. Asian stocks were supported by some upbeat economic data coming out of China, the world's second-largest economy.

China's official purchasing managers index (PMI) rose to 51.2 in October from 50.4 in September.

Global Markets

World Equity Markets Weaker; Focus On U.S. Politics, Crude Oil

Global stock markets were mostly weaker Monday, following the losses seen in New York on Friday. There was some downbeat economic data coming out of Japan, as industrial production and retail sales reports were a miss to the downside of expectations. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward slightly higher openings when the New York day session begins.

The marketplace is still digesting the surprise news Friday afternoon that the FBI is ostensibly reopening its investigation regarding Hillary Clinton's email server messages

Gold

Our Newest Gold Price Forecast

We've released a new gold price forecast today, based on a situation we've found that could drive gold prices much higher in the next several months.

Gold has been trading in a tight range recently, but there are major catalysts on the horizon.

Here's what investors need to know now...

Global Markets

World Markets Quieter; U.S. 3rd Quarter GDP Report Awaited

World markets were mostly on hold Friday, awaiting the big data point for the week: Friday's U.S. gross domestic product report for the third quarter, which is expected to see a rise of 2.5%, year-on-year. Many markets could become more volatile in the immediate aftermath of that report, especially if it is a miss from expectations.

Asian and European stock indexes were mostly weaker overnight. Japan's Nikkei stock index posted gains despite Japan's consumer price index falling 0.5% in September

Silver

Are Silver Prices Going to Rise?

Are silver prices going to rise now that we're headed toward the end of 2016?

We have looked at what has been moving silver prices this month and have released a new price target for the end of 2016.

Here's what you need to know now...

Global Markets

Upbeat U.K. Economic Data Sinks European, U.S. Bond Markets

In overnight news, the U.K. economy grew by 0.5% in the third quarter from the second, and grew by 2.3%, year-on-year. The numbers were better than market expectations. Also, retailers in the U.K. saw stronger than expected sales in October, a report said Thursday.

The upbeat GDP and consumer spending data came despite the U.K. Brexit vote in June, which many said would cripple the British economy.

Gold

Are Gold Prices Going to Rise?

Gold prices have dropped in October, but are gold prices going to rise from here? That's one of the biggest questions we have been fielding from investors this week.

Here's a look at how gold prices have been trending and what we expect from gold prices as we head toward 2017...

Global Markets

Global Equity Markets See Pressure From Downbeat U.S. Earnings Data, Lower Oil Prices

World stock markets were mostly lower Wednesday, following some downbeat U.S. corporate earnings news, including from Apple, and as crude oil prices are slumping this week. There were also some weak consumer confidence reports coming out of the European Union Wednesday.

U.S. stock indexes are also pointed toward lower openings when the New York day session begins.

Gold prices are under mild selling pressure in early U.S. dealings.

Global Markets

World Equity Markets Mostly Firmer Amid Better Investor Risk Appetite

European equity markets were mostly firmer Tuesday, amid an upbeat economic report from Germany and better corporate earnings reports in Europe and the U.S. Asian stock markets were mixed, with some selling pressure tied to a weaker South Korean gross domestic product report.

A weaker yen against the U.S. dollar helped to support Japan's Nikkei stock index. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward higher openings when the New York day session begins.

Trader and investor risk appetite has been on the upswing the past few trading sessions.

Global Markets

World Stock Markets Firmer On Big U.S. Merger; Heavy Slate Of Earnings This Week

Global equity markets were mostly firmer Monday, ahead of a busy week of U.S. corporate earnings reports.  Two big U.S. companies are merging it was announced over the weekend, as AT&T intends to purchase Time-Warner.

European equities were lifted in part by improving banking sector stocks.

Gold prices are modestly lower in early U.S. trading. Bears still possess the overall near-term technical advantage.