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Gold Mineweb Daily News -October 17, 2012-: Investor opportunities in gold equities better-than-ever - Embry

$1,750.79 $33.06         TOP STORIES | Wednesday , 17 Oct 2012                                                      Investor opportunities in gold equities better-than-ever - Embry While he has followed the gold market since the 1970s, Sprott Asset Management's John Embry says the opportunities offered by gold equities are better than he has ever seen.    Wednesday , 17 Oct 2012 Gold takes cue from Euro as Moody's affirms Spain rating The gold price edged up on Wednesday to $1,750.14 per ounce after Moody's rating agency affirmed Spain's investment grade status.    Wednesday , 17 Oct 2012 Minera IRL gets EIA approval for Don Nicolas gold/silver project A rapid approval by Santa Cruz province of Minera IRL's Don Nicolas gold/silver project Environmental Impact Assessment paves the way for new mine development.    Wednesday , 17 Oct 2012 Gold price dips sho

The New York Times Today's Headlines -October 14, 2012-: Libya Struggles to Curb Militias, the Only Police

  October 14, 2012 Today's Headlines   TOP NEWS Libya Struggles to Curb Militias, the Only Police By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK The weak Libyan government faces the task of trying to rein in powerful militias while depending on them as the only armed forces, a conundrum that has trapped the country in a state of lawlessness. Campaigns Mine Personal Lives to Get Out Vote By CHARLES DUHIGG The Obama and Romney campaigns are using the personal information of voters to, in effect, train people to go to the polls through subtle cues, rewards and threats. At the Corner of Hope and Worry By DAN BARRY A small cafe, in the small city of Elyria, Ohio, is being tested by a tough economy. It is the kind of place where Barack Obama and Mitt Romney each hope that his promise of a restored American dream will resonate. • NYTimes.com Home Page » QUOTATION OF THE DAY ""I'm just going in circles and circles and circles, and not g

Wall Street at Close report | MarketWatch -October 11, 2012-: Stocks near flat; S&P barely up first day in five .

By Kate Gibson NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - U.S. stock indexes closed largely unchanged on Thursday as cheer about a decline in jobless claims dissipated. "I don't get too worked up over the weekly data, the trend is much more important, and I think we are seeing incremental improvement," said Tim Leach, chief investment officer at U.S. Bank Wealth Management. Uncertainty ahead of the U.S. presidential election less than a month away is a likely contributor to Wall Street's stall. Once "the results are in, then everybody can make plans accordingly.That clarity of at least that portion of the road ahead will be reacted to positively," regardless who wins, Leach said. Down for a fourth day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA -0.14% fell 18.51 points, or 0.1%, to 13,326.46. The S&P 500 index

US Futures Indications | MarketWatch -October 9, 2012-.: Stock futures weighed by growth, earnings jitters

By Barbara Kollmeyer , MarketWatch  MADRID (MarketWatch) — U.S. stock-market futures drifted lower on Tuesday, as investors grew jittery ahead of the unofficial kickoff of third-quarter-earnings season later with Alcoa Inc. and with sentiment dented by downbeat global-growth prospects from the International Monetary Fund.  Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJZ2 -0.04%  fell 6 points to 13,495, while those for the Standard & Poor’s 500 index SPZ2 +0.0069%  fell 0.5 point to 1,449.30. Futures for the Nasdaq 100 index NDZ2 -0.29%  fell 7.25 points, or 0.3%, to 2,770.25. 

Wall Street at Close Report | MarketWatch -October 8, 2012-: Stocks fall with third-quarter expectations

By Kate Gibson , MarketWatch  NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — U.S. stocks on Monday retreated from near five-year highs as investors braced for what’s expected to be a weak earnings season.   “We’ve probably managed to set the bar low enough that we can get over the top of it,” Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Asset Management Group, said of lowered estimates for coming results, which could have American corporations breaking an 11-quarter streak of year-over-year gains in earnings.  Halting a three-session win streak, the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA -0.19%  fell 26.50 points, or 0.2%, to 13,583.65.  Are Alcoa’s results a barometer? Historically, Alcoa has acted as a barometer for how the rest of the market has performed during past earnings seasons.  Dow component and aluminu

New York Times Politics -October 4, 2012-: In Fallout After Debate, Obama Asks, Which Mitt Was That?

Politics In Fallout After Debate, Obama Asks, Which Mitt Was That? By MARK LANDLER and PETER BAKER The Obama campaign came out swinging, including stronger rhetoric, a new television ad and a conference call questioning Mr. Romney's truthfulness. Debate Praise for Romney as Obama Is Faulted as Flat By MICHAEL D. SHEAR Republicans, along with many Democrats, accused President Obama of delivering an uninspired and defensive performance at the first presidential debate on Wednesday night.  Full Video and Transcript | Fact Checks | Complete Coverage » Check Point: Taking Stock of Claims and Counterclaims in the Debate More Politics After Debate, a Harsh Light Falls on a Moderator By BRIAN STELTER Democrats in particular were critical of the light touch used by the moderator Jim Lehrer. Obama and Romney, in First Debate, Spar Over Fixing the Economy By JEFF ZELENY and JIM RUTENBERG Mitt Romney agg