8th China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2013
China's largest networking and information exchange platform for gold & precious metals industry
8th Annual China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2013, co-hosted by Shanghai Gold & Jewelry Trade Association and IGVision International Corporation Shanghai and jointly endorsed by China Gold Association and Shanghai Gold Exchange, will be held in Shanghai China on December 5-7, 2013. It is China’s largest networking and information exchange platform for gold & precious metals industry. The summit has been successfully held for seven consecutive years. And this year with the joint endorsement of the China Gold Association and the Shanghai Gold Exchange, the premier event will be convening 250+ top professionals from across the value chain including mining companies, refiners & fabricators, bullion dealers, mints, commodity & mercantile exchanges, investment & bullion banks, brokerage firms, traders, capital management firms, advisors, jewelers, trade associations as well as policymakers.
Now in its 8th year, the conference will highlight the price actions and supply & demand fundamentals for gold, silver and platinum group metals, multiple headwinds weighing on gold as a combination of a muscular U.S. dollar, higher U.S. bond yields and continuing decline in ETF holdings, the shifting investor sentiment in response to the stock rally, a strengthening U.S. economy and the prospect of the Fed tapering, a slowdown in Indian demand on the heels of restrictions on gold imports, China's newly-launched after-hours trading for gold and silver futures contracts, miners' response to the negative trend in metal prices, and low inflation readings in major economies of the world.
What Will You Take Away From The Event?
Finding out where gold prices are heading amid dollar strength, a Fed tightening cycle, and a reallocation among global investors from haven assets into high-yielding assets
Analyzing a slowdown in China's GDP growth, the country's record demand for gold and silver and the impact on the global precious metals markets
Discerning the Federal Reserve's next move on monetary stimulus on the back of a recovering U.S. economy and its influence on the U.S. dollar, U.S. Treasury yields and precious metals
Scrutinizing the Indian government's move to curb gold imports in a bid to cut a record trade deficit and its effects on the demand picture and the price of gold
Investigating the investor fatigue reflected by a record gross bearish positions on the Comex and the continuation of outflows from gold ETPs
Looking into the exodus from gold-backed exchange-traded funds so far this year and the stickiness of the remaining ETF holdings
Exploring miners' response and growth strategy in the face of the crippling effect of falling gold prices in the next couple of years
Understanding the prospects for gold and silver in a low inflation environment where the U.S. dollar trades on the strong side
Assessing the record trading volumes for gold and silver futures contracts in the wake of the launch of night trading in China and its effects on the precious metals markets
Identifying the tightening supply/demand fundamentals for PGMs resulting from the ongoing supply issues in South Africa and improved fabrication demand and the implications for PGM prices
Gaining access to a target audience of producers, refiners, bullion dealers, bankers, brokers, traders, investors, fund managers, consultants, jewelers and regulators, etc
8th China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2013 is a must choice for decision makers to acquire in-depth insights into the impact and strategy as well as to understand the opportunities and challenges within China’s precious metals markets.
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