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Get Out Before It’s Too Late: Commodities Manipulation Revealed

How big banks are involved in commodities manipulation, why the government is finally cracking down on them, and the market outlook of metals as a result.

How Many People Use Facebook and How Much Does Facebook Make?

Just how many people use Facebook each Month? Inside the numbers behind Facebook’s users and how much money the social media giant makes.

Behind Odyssey Marine Exploration’s Recovery of $36 million of Silver Bullion

The facts and figures behind Odyssey Marine Exploration’s recovery of $36 million of silver bullion from 3 miles below the Atlantic.

Student Loans Don’t Cut It: How Americans Pay for College

How Americans Pay for College: Bloomberg’s Carol Massar explores the varying ways U.S. families are paying for a college education.

Will Detroit Set a Wave of City Bankruptcies?

Bloomberg Economic Editor Michael McKee examines whether Detroit’s bankruptcy will unleash a wave of municipal filings as cities shoulder massive debts and pension obligations.

What’s Left After Detroit Bankruptcy?

What’s Left After Detroit Bankruptcy? A look at what might be recoverable following the city’s declaration of bankruptcy.

Shocking Truths About the Labor Market and Stock Market Outlook

A look at the true US labor market and unemployment numbers, GDP vs. the S&P/DOW, and stock market outlook for both U.S. and Canadian stocks.

Brent Vs. WTI: Why It Matters

Brent Vs. WTI: Why It Matters: A look at the difference between Brent and WTI crude oil prices and the recent change in prices between the two.

Detroit Bankruptcy: Disaster Decades in the Making

Bloomberg Economics Editor Michael McKee digs deeper into the number behind Detroit’s bankruptcy and looks at what comes next for the city.

The 8 Biggest Municipal Bankruptcies Ever

On the occasion of the city of Detroit filing for bankruptcy, a quick look at the eight biggest municipal bankruptcies in U.S. history.

4 Charts of the Bull That Won’t Quit

Kevin Cook goes over four charts in three minutes with a look at percentage of S&P 500 stocks above their 50-day moving average, the Russell 2000 index, and other technical indicators to predict the market’s next move.

Bernanke on Gold, Again

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on gold – again – in testimony Senate Banking Committee on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)