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Day One (December 5th, Thursday)    Day two (December 6th, Friday)
Day One (December 5th, Thursday)
0730
Registration
0820
Welcome address from the organizing committee
0830
Chairperson's opening remarks
0840
Prospects for the development of the Chinese gold market
0910
Reiterating gold's role as a hedge against the structural issues surrounding global financial debt levels
0940
Spotlight on after-hours trading on the SHFE: What can be learned from the record high trading volumes for gold and silver after night trading was launched?
1010
Overseas investment and acquisition strategy on the back of weaker gold prices and spending cuts on a global basis
1040
Coffee break & taking group photo
1110
Sponsor session
1140
Understanding the key factors governing gold and other elements impacting gold
1210
Surveying the supply and demand fundamentals for gold on a global basis
1230
Luncheon
1400
Mining and growth strategy in light of challenging market conditions and materially lower metal prices
1430
Accountability and credibility, the logistics of precious metals
1500
Understanding the problems in China's gold market: What are the regulatory changes and hedging tools needed for further development?
1530
Coffee break & networking
1600
Panel Discussion: U.S. economy, Fed stimulus, bond yields, dollar and gold
  • Is the U.S. economy moving onto a more sustainable growth footing given the recent upbeat economic and manufacturing data?
  • What U.S. central-bank officials may do with monetary policy down the road
  • Why the trend for gold has been to sell the hawkish tone and ignore the dovish tone
  • Would higher bond yields and a further strengthening of the dollar resulting from QE tapering pose further downside risks on gold?
  • How far are we from a normalization of the Fed's ultra-loose monetary policy?
  • 1640
    Spotlight on market sentiment: Prospects for gold in a risk and yield seeking environment
    1710
    What's next for gold amid a brightening U.S. economic outlook?
    1740
    Lost shine - Improving macro backdrop and the outlook for gold investment
    1810
    Chairperson's concluding remarks
    Day Two (December 6th, Friday)
    0800
    Registration
    0830
    Chairperson's remarks
    0840
    Gold and macroeconomic trends that are influencing the yellow metal
    0910
    Scrutinizing the erosion of some of the major pillars supporting the gold bull market
    0940
    Investigating gold's year-to-date tumble and the underperformance of gold-mining shares despite the firmer tone in broader market indices
    1010
    Looking into the subdued physical gold buying out of India
    1040
    Coffee break & networking
    1110
    Scrutinizing the shift in investor perceptions towards gold and silver
    1140
    Assessing Asian gold demand and a re-established negative correlation between gold and U.S. equities
    1210
    Prospects for gold and silver in a benign global inflationary environment
    1240
    Luncheon
    1400
    Probing into the soaring short positions on the Comex and the implications for gold
    1430
    Sponsor session
    1500
    Prospects for palladium on the back of an improving global economy
    1530
    The outlook for PGM prices and fundamental influences
    1600
    Panel Discussion: Macroeconomic environment and the fundamental factors for precious metals
  • Could production cuts in response to falling gold prices mitigate the damage to gold?
  • Is silver vulnerable to a further sell-off given a large fundamental surplus in the market?
  • Is platinum poised to get a lift from supply deficits due to the South African labor turmoil and improving demand as the global economy picks up?
  • Palladium: A more robust demand picture along with supply constraints going forward?
  • May gold prices remain hostage to incremental positive data from the U.S. in the foreseeable future?
  • Will a deteriorating eurozone economy continue to support the U.S. dollar more than gold?
  • Will purchases by central banks and retail buyers be sufficient to make up for speculative and investment selling of gold or just limit the pace of price decline?
  • 1640
    Closing remarks from the organizing committee
    1650
    Close of conference
     
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