Gold prices dip for the seventh-consecutive session as the U.S. dollar strengthens.
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Standard & Poor's has cut Berkshire Hathaway's credit rating below that of the U.S. government.
Gold prices continue to slump as a break through technical support on Wednesday left traders weary of more lows.
The latest report from the International Energy Agency suggests an investment opportunity in stocks of refiners.
Gold prices are falling for a fifth consecutive session.
International Energy Agency's midyear report predicts a 'supply shock' that will change the politics of oil across the globe.
Gold prices are little changed as traders search for some direction.
It looks like the 1970s in South Texas, with a skyline of oil derricks covering the Eagle Ford shale.
While the major equity averages hesitated, utilities continued to a high of 537.86, up 18.7% year to date vs. the S&P 500's 12.0% gain.