28 Mar 2014

Kitco News speaks with CPM’s senior commodity analyst Rohit Savant about the company’s Gold Yearbook findings on this edition of “Commodities Confidential.” Savant expects 2014, especially the second half of the year, to bring an ‘uptick’ in gold price. “We have an annual average price of $1,330 but we expect that prices in general will be above levels we saw last year,” he adds. While some believe that higher interest rates are bad for gold, Savant thinks otherwise. “We really don’t see a correlation between real interest rates and gold prices,” he says. Tune in now to found out why and to hear why he thinks investors should be looking to hold more gold in 2014. Kitco News, March 28, 2014

20 Mar 2014

03 Mar 2014

Kitco News sits with CPM's Jeff Christian to get his thoughts on the recent preliminary report from Moody’s, which looks at gold’s price movement during the London fix and implies manipulation of the yellow metal's price. Tune in now to our continuous coverage of PDAC in Toronto. Kitco News, March 3, 2014.

05 Feb 2014

Kitco News speaks with Jeff Christian about what will happen to gold after the Chinese Lunar New Year holidays on this edition of “Commodities Confidential.

22 Jan 2014

Kitco News’ Commodities Confidential is back with CPM’s Jeff Christian talking about gold and some factors that led to higher prices in January.

31 Dec 2013

Scott Shellady, SVP Derivatives, Trean Group and Jeffrey Christian, Managing Director, CPM Group join BNN to discuss their outlook for gold in 2014.

11 Dec 2013

10 Oct 2013

Kitco News brings back Commodities Confidential with CPM Group’s Managing Director, Jeffrey Christian. Daniela Cambone gets his take on the U.S. government shutdown, the approaching debt limit and what this all means for gold & silver. According to Christian, the markets are now dealing with the government shutdown, and although it is not propelling higher prices, these events are shaking the confidence of investors around the world. “The debt ceiling talks are much more important and critical,” Christian says. “The U.S. government credit rating runs the risk of being downgraded, if not officially by credit agencies, then by the broader market on a de facto basis. I think that’s the real risk we’re facing.” With regards to the metals, Christian says we could see higher gold prices. Tune in now to hear what he has to say on the precious metals markets. Kitco News, October 10, 2013.

28 Aug 2013

Gold is higher as the U.S., Europe and India struggle with economic issues, not because o

21 Aug 2013