Frank Holmes Talks Gold, Oil on Money Metals Exchange
Mike Gleason, host of Money Metals Exchange’s Market Wrap podcast, welcomes Frank Holmes to the program to comment on moves in commodities during the first few weeks of 2016, particularly focusing on gold and oil.
Mike Gleason, host of Money Metals Exchange’s Market Wrap podcast, welcomes Frank Holmes to the program to comment on moves in commodities during the first few weeks of 2016, particularly focusing on gold and oil. Frank tells Mike that one headwind for gold in the new year is U.S. real interest rates, also citing global growth concerns and currency devaluations when it comes to the precious metal.
Listen to the full interview to hear Frank’s thoughts surrounding the fear of a drop in global equities, particularly during a presidential election year.
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