Prices slip after the Federal Reserve chairman hints of no further stimulus.
Prices will continue to move up in steps and ultimately top $2,000 per ounce, believes the CEO of Agnico-Eagle Mines.
Prices slip as investors digest Thursday's sudden rally and January's underwhelming employment figures.
Prices rally after Fed chief Ben Bernanke says the government would consider more monetary easing. Silver tops $30 an ounce.
The Lehman Bros. collapse, two years ago today, set off a huge stock market crash. While much of the market still hasn't recovered, there are winners.
The Fed chairman says he'll backstop the economy, no matter what. Hewlett-Packard boosts its 3Par bid. Intel cuts guidance. United Air-Continental merger is OKd.
A slew of important economic reports are due in the week before Labor Day. The key event Friday: The big jobs report for August.
But his stock prices shoots higher because analysts are starting to think the company may thrive again.
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