Stock prices: World markets cautious as South Korea begins military drill.
Stock exchange jitters reverberated from Shanghai to New York because of debt problems in Europe.
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Stock markets from Asia to Europe are higher, anticipating that the Federal Reserve will try to boost the struggling US economy.
Stock prices expected to fall in the US as well at the start of a key week of economic reports.
Gold prices remained constant on Tuesday, as investors waited for the US Federal Reserve meeting Tuesday in Washington. Gold prices reached an all-time high Monday of $1,283 an ounce.
China passed the United States as the world's No. 1 energy consumer. China denies it. But followers of China energy use are not surprised by the International Energy Agency's announcement.
European stock markets fell again and the American stock market opened lower over European worries on Monday.