- The Fed's paradox: Seeing the U.S. job market as both half full and half empty. Janet Yellen is definitely either ahead of the curve or behind it
- Hedge funder, John Paulson, sticks to his gold-bull guns. Four straight quarters in the gold ETF
- The gold rush continues, as the precious metal is headed toward a second weekly gain as a safe-haven play. Firmly above $1,300 an ounce
- The U.S. stock market might be shrugging off the geopolitical unrest, but Russian mutual funds are being hit with withdrawals. July's outflows were four times higher than June's outflows
- TSA cracks down on baggage handlers with sticky fingers. Thieves are drawn to expensive-looking luggage
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