One gold analyst had never seen such a price change within a day and, when it peaked at $1,860 per ounce on Friday afternoon, it set a new Australian record (previously $1,805 was set in August 2011). On an upward trajectory since January this year, gold continues to lead the way in mining and Bill Beaumont, MD of Northern Star Resources has been quoted as saying that he’s confident that the price will remain strong. It is fitting then that gold will lead the way when it comes to opening the Mines and Money Australia investment stream at IMARC in November.
Jake Klein, Executive chairman, Evolution Mining and Frank Holmes, CEO, US Global Investors, will be looking at the gold sector over the long term. From the good, boom years, the bust that followed and the continuing rise and fall in gold fortunes that follow the cyclical nature of the gold market. This is a great opportunity to hear the views and opinions of one of Australia’s foremost gold producers in conversation with one of the world’s best known gold investors and a chance to gain a perspective from both sides.
The annual International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) brings together over 2500 mining leaders, policy makers, financiers, technical experts, innovators and educators to hear from over 200 international speakers for four days of learning, deal-making and unparalleled networking.
The IMARC programme covers policy and framework, technology and innovation, health and safety, future energy and investment within Mines and Money Australia, the country’s largest mining investment forum.
As the event is free to attend for buy-side investors it provides an ideal opportunity for miners to find investment for more information visit www.imarcmelbourne.com or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org