The interplay between the Federal Reserve and the new US President is likely to be complex and brusing over the coming years
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The Fed looks set to move on interest rates next week for only the second time in a decade, but how will Donald Trump react?
There's less fuss when jobs move around in the Chinese economy, because growth is still so robust
President Trump is one month in to his term, the dust is settling and, despite his dislike for the media, only a few outlets are proving really effective against him
What will President Trump do next? Markets are well known for their hatred of uncertainty, and Trump's unpredictability may be starting to get investors spooked
What conclusions can we draw from the flurry of commentary that followed Glencore’s production results this week.
This weeks US-UK summit represents the dawning of a new era of protectionism
Mining shares are riding high
Uncertainty ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration has given a fillip to gold bulls, and there will probably be plenty more to come
Trump's infrastructure spending plans will be good for industry in general, but what about the oil price
What will the relationship between the Fed, Donald Trump and gold be over the next four years
The Trump boost to equities and commodities is counterbalanced negatively elsewhere, but the left still has reasons to be cheerful
Markets have confounded their own expectations by reacting positively to the victory of Donald Trump
If Trump wins the face-off between politics and markets will come out into the open
Volatility and uncertainty are set to rise whether Trump wins or not, and that ought to be good for gold
Government policy is having a huge impact on demand, and blurring traditional distinctions in the market
Sterling weakness is magnifying the effects of a resurgent commodities market to the point that even with gold on the slide, Randgold was one of the top five FTSE 100 stocks.
The Philippine government is shutting nickel mines, but there are other more fundamental reasons why this metal may be due for a run
Is the Fed's influence on the wane in regards to metals prices, and other things besides?
It's still an open question whether increased rates will lead to a falling gold price
The seeds of the current strength in gold mining equities were sown in the last gold boom five years ago
Tungsten prices are hitting new lows, and yet a strange optimism is at large
Fourth quarter stabililty? Don't bet on it
BHP Billiton's chief executive remains cautious following big write-offs and increasing global uncertainty
Junior gold miners are attaching more and more attention, and investment