Recent days have seen falls on the stock markets globally which has resulted in strong volatility in the gold markets. Where do we go from here?
Join our webinar on Thursday, April 16th at 11:00 AM ET as Refinitiv metals experts Saida Litosh, Federico Gay, and Bernd Sischka give an outlook on this and other precious metals impact. Complete the form to secure your spot.
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Saida Litosh has been covering the metals markets since she joined the GFMS precious metals research team in 2011, focusing on investment and fabrication demand in Europe and playing a key role in covering precious metals research in Russia. In 2016, Saida joined Thomson Reuters Oil Research team, where her primary focus was analysis of crude, fuel oil and key refined product flows for Europe, Russia and Africa. She rejoined the GFMS team in late 2017 to head up precious metals demand research for Europe, in addition to leading the team’s gold analysis and economic forecasts. Saida holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the London School of Economics.
Federico is a geologist with a BSc from the National University of the South, Argentina. He worked seven years in Chile, in a wide range of projects from exploration of Potash and Lithium in the Atacama Desert, to ore control, geological modelling and resource estimation for a Copper-Gold-Molybdenum Mine in Northern Chile. He completed a Master’s program in Economic Geology from the Catholic University of the North, Chile.
He joined GFMS, now Refinitiv, in November 2018 as a Senior Precious Metals Supply Analyst.
Bernd leads the global metal and iron ore business at Refinitiv in London, with over 1500 global customers. He is responsible for the global revenue growth of the business and strategic development of product, content, research and forecasting groups. Prior to joining Refinitiv he worked at Alaska Metals in London as a trader in charge of the LME Hedging Department, responsible for all base metal contracts with over 250,000mt annual volume across aluminium, alumina and copper. He also developed and traded systematic LME futures strategies with a focus on medium to long-term price trends. At Credit Suisse in London, Bernd worked as a portfolio manager and proprietary trader for global base and precious metal derivatives (aluminium, copper, lead, zinc and tin, steel, gold, silver, palladium, platinum, iron ore) at Credit Suisse London. In addition, Bernd was advising and recommending structured hedging solutions for price risk management for metal and mining companies.
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