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As investors look for a safe place for their money after the Fed's announcement last week, the price of hit an all-time high of $1412.75 an ounce. This could be seasonal -- or it could not be. Alisa Roth has more.
Wherever he goes, the Dalai Lama, has an impact. Many who attend his events say they feel enlightened by his presence. But Tibet's exiled spiritual leader leaves a profound economic impact, too. Rob Schmitz reports.
Some of Europe's biggest airlines could be hit with fines today totaling more than a billion dollars, over price fixing for air cargo. Stephen Beard explains.
Gold hit an all-time high today of $1412.75 an ounce. Investors are looking for a safe place for their money. And analysts say the price of gold could go even higher. Alisa Roth explains.
Tony Hayward, former Chief Executive of BP, has been speaking to the BBC about the details of BP's actions during the Gulf oil spill.
Continuing our Welcome to New York week, Jeremy Hobson talks to award-winning restaurateur and chef Daniel Boulud about his favorite food spots and why people shouldn't give up on the idea of fine dining even during a recession.
While most managed stock market funds have stayed level since the financial meltdown, one kind of investing has been on the rise: socially responsible investing. It's become a trustworthy approach for investors still scared to take a financial risk, reports Eve Troeh.
The Dodd-Frank law put a limit on banks' ability to use their customers' money to buy and sell risky investments. Democrats passed it because they said when those trades went south, taxpayers had to bailout the banks. House Republicans, now taking aim at the law, disagree.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, November 9, 2010