Editor's Picks: Gold Gets Back Above US$2,000, Major Miners Share Results

Editor’s Picks: Gold Gets Back Above US$2,000, Major Miners Share Results

Gold was back above US$2,000 per ounce this week after briefly dipping below that level last week. All eyes were on the US Federal Reserve’s latest meeting minutes, which offer clues on when the central bank may start cutting interest…

Yvonne Blaszczyk: Gold an "Absolute Necessity," Key Factors to Watch in 2024

Yvonne Blaszczyk: Gold an “Absolute Necessity,” Key Factors to Watch in 2024

Yvonne Blaszczyk of BMG Group discusses the factors driving the gold price today, including the growing influence of the BRICS, central bank buying, global conflicts and interest rates. She also shares her outlook for 2024, saying the yellow metal is…

Editor's Picks: Gold Price Dips, Bitcoin Tops US$50,000, Graphite Miner Signs Deals

Editor’s Picks: Gold Price Dips, Bitcoin Tops US$50,000, Graphite Miner Signs Deals

The gold price dipped below the US$2,000 per ounce mark this week for the first time in 2024, falling by about US$40 on February 13. Meanwhile, Bitcoin passed US$50,000 for the first time since 2021. In the graphite space, Nouveau…

U.S. Dollar Will Lose Its Reserve Status ‘In My Lifetime,’ This is Why & What’s Next – Charles Payne

U.S. Dollar Will Lose Its Reserve Status ‘In My Lifetime,’ This is Why & What’s Next – Charles Payne

Michelle Makori, Lead Anchor and Editor-in-Chief at Kitco News, and Charles Payne, Host of Making Money on FOX Business Network, discuss his latest book ‘Unbreakable Investor.’ Payne gives his investment insights, sharing precise stock picks for this year. He also…

Joe Cavatoni: What's Next for Gold After 2023's Record Total Demand?

Joe Cavatoni: What’s Next for Gold After 2023’s Record Total Demand?

Joe Cavatoni of @worldgoldcouncil breaks down gold demand in 2023, highlighting continued strength in central bank purchases. Led by China, demand from these entities came to 1,037 metric tons last year, just 45 metric tons less than the 2022 record.…

Systemic Risks in Current Banking Sector- Thomas Fitzpatrick

Systemic Risks in Current Banking Sector- Thomas Fitzpatrick

Jeremy Szafron, Anchor at Kitco News, interviews Thomas Fitzpatrick, Managing Director of Global Markets Insights at RJ O’Brien and Associates, where they talk about the current turbulence within the banking sector, underscored by the downturn of New York Community Bank…

The Fed Is Making a Mistake, It Should Have Already Cut Based on the Data - Claudia Sahm

The Fed Is Making a Mistake, It Should Have Already Cut Based on the Data – Claudia Sahm

Jeremy Szafron, Anchor at Kitco News, interviews Claudia Sahm, a former economist at the Federal Reserve and the founder of Sahm Consulting, who dives into the current economic picture, the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies, and the contentious topic of the…

Editor's Picks: Fed Holds Rates Steady, Kazatomprom Guidance Cut Ignites Uranium Sector

Editor’s Picks: Fed Holds Rates Steady, Kazatomprom Guidance Cut Ignites Uranium Sector

Gold was in focus this week as the US Federal Reserve met for the first time in 2024. Meanwhile, Kaztomprom officially cut its 2024 U3O8 production guidance. #Investing #Gold #Uranium This video was filmed on January 12, 2023. 0:00 -…

Why Smart Money is Betting on Utility Stocks- Ed Butowsky

Why Smart Money is Betting on Utility Stocks- Ed Butowsky

Ed Butowsky, Managing Partner at Chapwood Investments and former Morgan Stanley executive, speaks with Jeremy Szafron, Anchor at Kitco News. Butowsky shares his expert analysis of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate decisions, the impact of government jobs on the economy,…

Fed Chair Jerome Powell on Rate Cut Timing: The Fed Won’t Keep It a ‘Secret,’ March Not Likely

Fed Chair Jerome Powell on Rate Cut Timing: The Fed Won’t Keep It a ‘Secret,’ March Not Likely

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said a March rate cut is not likely, adding that the U.S. central bank won’t keep the timeline a “secret.” Powell spoke to reporters after the conclusion of the January monetary policy meeting, during which…

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