Negative Interest Rates Fillip Gold

  • 10 May 2016
  • By Bluford Putnam
  • Topics: Metals

Gold prices have rebounded, buoyed by central banks turning to negative rates in an attempt to stoke growth in moribund economies, and from political risk in developed countries. But the yellow metal could run into headwinds if the rise in prices triggers an increase in mine production.


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About the Presenter

Bluford “Blu” Putnam has served as Managing Director and Chief Economist of CME Group since May 2011. With more than 35 years of experience in the financial services industry and concentrations in central banking, investment research, and portfolio management, Blu serves as CME Group’s spokesperson on global economic conditions.

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