Greg Canavan recently caught up with Richard Hayes, CEO of the Perth Mint, to talk all things gold.
Today, we’re releasing that conversation to the public.
If you’ve wanted to know the state of the Australian and worldwide gold markets…where all of Australia’s gold goes once it’s mined…or what goes into setting the gold price…
…then you need to watch this video.
Some of what they cover includes:
- Why China is hungry for Aussie gold: Not satisfied being the biggest gold producer worldwide, China buys even more gold from Australia — to the tune of around 230 tonnes last year! Find out why they can’t get enough of the yellow metal.
- ‘The Gold Production Cliff’: Is gold production really going to drop off a cliff face within 2–3 years? Hear what the preeminent refiner in Australia and the South-Pacific region has to say. You might be surprised by the answer.
- What really drives the gold price? Fear, inflation hedge, supply and demand…the price of gold is dependent on many factors. Find out why the financial crisis drove the price up and kept it high, while other, ‘traditional’ factors are having less effect than they were just 15 years ago.
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