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- Dot Com Bubble Lesson: Is U.S. Headed For One In Asset Values?
- US Fed Decisions To Bust Gold, Silver Price Forecasts For 2014?
- Will General Motors' Car Sales Keep Booming? Steel, Aluminum Sectors Hope So
- ThyssenKrupp Sale: U.S. Steel Market Benefits, But Investors Still Wary
- The Nitty-Gritty Behind ThyssenKrupp's Steel Americas Sale
- With Automotive Light-Weighting, AK Steel And Nucor Are Not Bedfellows
- Investec, Other Fund Managers Bearish On Gold, Commodity Forecasts
- The Trouble With Vedanta Resources' Copper Operations In Zambia
- Lead Prices Set For Gains In 2014
- What Is Germany's Role In Europe?
- Allegheny Technologies And AK Steel To Kill The GOES Goose?
- China's Economic Growth Still Robust - But For How Long?
- Congress Passes Water Bill, Helps John Deere and Caterpillar
- Heavy Rare Earths Prices Show Support But Won't Help Molycorp
- Price Trends For Rare Earths Tell The Whole Molycorp Story
- 3 Gamechangers To Shake Up 2014 Metals Markets: Part II
- 3 Gamechangers To Shake Up 2014 Metals Markets: Part I
- JPMorgan Chase: First Commodities Giants To Exit Physical Markets?
- CME Group: Will It Achieve Liquidity With LME-Rival Aluminum Contract?
2014 Economic Outlook For Manufacturers: Will U.S. GDP Ever Break Out?
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- Quarterly Aluminum Price Outlook: Could Premiums Keep Pushing?
- Copper Price Outlook for 2014: Less 'Caterpillar', More 'Comex'
- Auto Metals Market Outlook
- Precious Metals Outlook: Platinum, Palladium Prices Rosy For 2014
- Debt Ceiling, Housing Bubble Threaten Construction Metals Price Index
- Rare Earths Price Forecast: Lynas, Molycorp Flail, China Grips
- McKinsey & Co. Sees Only One Direction for Steel, Copper Prices
- Government Shutdown Or Not, U.S. Steel Industry Taking Big Hit
- Bull Run Over? Vale SA, Australia Mining Lead Iron Ore Price Forecast
- ^VIX Fear Index Attacked: What It Means For Metal Price Volatility
- US Fed to Make Financial Institutions Give Up Physical Commodities
- Why Heavy Institutional Positions In The Commodities Market Is Cause For Worry