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How Will a Strong Dollar Impact Metals?
2022 has so far been the year of the US dollar, which has rallied over 22%. In that same time frame, both precious and industrial metals have stumbled badly.
We like copper, oil and gold for a bounce at these levels, says Carter Worth
Carter Worth, Worth Charting founder and CEO, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the relationship between precious and industrial metals, why oil could bounce and how the long-term chart for oil looks.
Buy JJC On The Dip: The Fed Will Continue To Overreact To Inflation Data
The cost of holding copper inventories is rising. Higher rates will push the dollar index higher. A bullish trend in the dollar index is typically bearish for copper.
Investors' Guide to Tackling Inflation
Industry experts share their go-to strategies and tools for navigating an inflationary environment.
Gold prod'n jumps at Newcrest due to Brucejack, but copper prod'n falls
(Kitco News) - There was also an additional benefit of a weakening Australian dollar against the US dollar on Australian dollar denominated operating costs.
Copper/gold ratio shows Fed monetary policy is too tight - MKS PAMP
(Kitco News) - As recession fears continue to rise, one market analyst said that one barometer could indicate that the Federal Reserve is close to shifting its monetary policy, which would be positive for gold.
Copper prices could bounce after three-month slide
Carter Worth of Worth Charting joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the recent rise in copper prices, which have been down more than 30% over the last few months.
Copper prices sink, flashing another recession warning
Copper prices have declined nearly 30% since the beginning of the year, a troubling sign as the commodity serves as a good barometer of economic health.
Copper Prices Fall Lowest in 20 Months. This Miner Just Warned of an Earnings Hit.
Miner Rio Tinto warned Friday inflation and labor shortages would hit underlying second half earnings. The stock fell 1.7% in the premarket.
Copper falls below $7,000 a ton for the first time in 2 years, flashing a potential recession signal
The commodity, which is seen as a key economic bellwether, is currently in a bear market.