Dec 29, 2011 After record highs earlier this year, gold prices are sharply dropping in the U.S. as people lose faith in its value.
Dec 29, 2011 As the Iowa caucuses approach, we look a little deeper at the economic policies of Republican candidate Mitt Romney. New York is threatening to strip some funding from struggling schools that don't install new systems for evaluating teachers. A hacker collective known as Anonymous stole credit card and other info from security firm Stratfor. And in today's Attitude Check, we look at how approval of Obama's economic policies stacks up to presidents of years past.
Dec 27, 2011 After signing similar deals with China and Korea, this third move shows that Japan might be on its way back to prominence.
Dec 26, 2011 China and Japan announce plans to allow businesses to swap currency without dealing in U.S. dollars
Dec 26, 2011 An increase in extreme weather in 2011 has lead to one of the most expensive years for insurance claims. It's also turning out to be a record year for sheep rustlers on the lamb in the English countryside, where a record number of sheep have gone missing this year. Plus, China and Japan make a currency deal, Detroit girds for possible state takeover, and more top headlines from around the globe on this day after Christmas.
Dec 22, 2011 Wall Street Journal's investing columnist Jason Zweig dissects the GOP candidate's investment portfolio.
Dec 15, 2011 Gold prices have fallen sharply, erasing gains of last summer’s rally. Investors’ economic fears haven’t changed, but their safe haven asset has.
Dec 14, 2011 The U.S. dollar hits an 11 month high against the euro as questions remain about the ability to solve the debt crisis in Europe.
Dec 14, 2011 The euro has fallen to its weakest point against the dollar in almost a year. This helps American travelers to Europe -- but only if they can afford a vacation.