5th Annual Metals & Mining Industry Conference

Venue: The Harvard Club

Location: New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 02, 2005 End Date/Time: Jun 02, 2005
Registration Date: May 27, 2005
Early Registration Date: May 19, 2005
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Gold entered 2005 on a weak note, with prices falling from $437.50 to $416.60 an ounce in the first week of January. This reflected an 8.6% fall from the 16-year highs of $456.50 in December. Other precious metals followed suit—notably, silver declined 22% --as investors took profits and stepped onto the sidelines to reevaluate.
While many anticipate further short-term weakness, the overall outlook for gold and other precious metals remains strong. Supply shortfalls, continued weakness in the dollar, and increased demand from investors seeking to diversify all contribute to the bullish forecast for physical metals and mining stocks. Additionally, a number of potential takeovers and mergers in the gold industry that emerged in 2004 have yet to materialize.

What is in store for metals and mining? Don’t miss this chance to hear experts and corporate leaders discuss the future of the industry and where to find some of the best investments.


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