Markets Move Higher Despite Geopolitical Noise
Liz Claman, host of Fox Business News, welcomes Frank Holmes to the program, along with Jonathan Corpina of Meridian Equity Partners, to discuss how well the markets are doing despite geopolitical tensions and weaker economic data
Liz Claman, host of Fox Business News, welcomes Frank Holmes to the program, along with Jonathan Corpina of Meridian Equity Partners, to discuss how well the markets are doing despite geopolitical tensions and weaker economic data. More specifically, Liz asks Frank why the price of gold has done well lately, but now appears to be heading toward the end of its winning streak, when there are plenty of negative headlines that typically spark safe-haven demand for the metal.
For the full interview and to hear comments from both Frank Holmes and Jonathan Corpina,
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