The market overreacts to the takeover announcement and leaves the mining giant looking like a bargain.
Other Asian economies are also reporting numbers that show improving growth. The news has spilled over into trading in commodities.
As earnings season continues, two of the largest companies miss analyst expectations.
The big dropoff in sales came not in copper but in gold, where production totaled 202,000 ounces versus company guidance for 225,000 ounces.
Stocks are mixed as a less-than-stellar earnings season continues.
With not much news on the economic front but more major earnings, Wall Street looks ready to recover.
These 3 miners are showing strong growth in production as gold heads higher than $2,000 an ounce.
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