CNBC Asks Frank: Why Isn’t Gold Rallying on Cyprus Deal?

Author: Frank Holmes
Date Posted: April 2, 2013 Read time: 1 min

Amanda Drury, co-anchor of CNBC’s Street Signs, asks Frank what he believes is the fair value of gold today. She also plays devil’s advocate, wondering why gold didn’t rally following the news of Cyprus’ confiscation of depositors’ assets. Find out what Frank has to say in the short clip now.



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