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Experts tell panel why gas is so expensive in California

SACRAMENTO, Calif.— Gouging by oil companies could be one reason California drivers pay about 76 cents more for a gallon of regular gas than motorists elsewhere in the nation, a state government panel was told Monday. The average price in California for a gallon of regular gasoline was $2.50 on Monday— 76.5 cents higher than the national average, according to...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By ALISON NOON, Associated Press
Gold sees biggest gain since Dec. 2014

The price of gold jumped more than 2 percent on Monday to touch its highest level since June.
Source: Reuters
3 trades to watch as stock pain continues

After another day of stock market pain, "Fast Money" traders looked for places to hide, including metals.
Source: | By: Jacob Pramuk
$2B has piled into this group of stocks in 2016

Gold and gold miners have been some of the hottest trades this year, and now one trader is looking for even more luster.
Source: | By: Amanda Diaz
This could be the ultimate bull trap

Gold prices have surged 9 percent in 2016, but if history is any indication, buying it now could be the ultimate bull trap.
Source: | By: Amanda Diaz
Gold price slips after mixed U.S. jobs data

Gold hit a three-month high on Friday, on track for its strongest weekly gain in a month.
Source: Reuters
The Trade: Gold prices surging to start 2016

Amid the market volatility in 2016, gold futures prices are already up nearly 8 percent this year, a trend that may continue, according to market watchers.
Source: | By: Giovanny Moreano
Gold touches 3-month peak

Gold was near a three-month top after its best day in two weeks, buoyed by expectations the U.S. Federal Reserve won't raise interest rates this year.
Source: Reuters
A sign that oil is losing its hold over markets

The correlation between crude oil and one currency seems to suggest that the commodity is losing its influence, says one strategist.
Source: | By: Stephanie Yang
The surprising new case for gold

Negative interest rates could send gold prices higher, some argue.
Source: | By: Alex Rosenberg