Frank’s Take on the 3 Cs: China, Commodities and Currency
Vanessa Collette of Cambridge House Live sits with Frank Holmes during the Toronto Resource Investment Conference to get his view on a variety of topics ranging from the U.S. recovery to Chinese infrastructure to gold. Watch the interview now.
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