Scott Shellady, managing director at TJM Europe joins BNN for a look at commodity trades for the week ahead. He says that right now commodity prices need inflation to help get a lift.
Commodities will have to wait for their day in the sun: TJM Europe
Scott Shellady, managing director at TJM Europe, joins BNN for a look at commodity trades for the week ahead. He says that the grains, oil and gold are really not that attractive right now.
Wheat prices could be toast: Linn & Associates
We check in with Jerrod Kitt, vice-president at Linn & Associates on his top commodity trades for the week ahead. He says that remains cautiously bullish on corn, while wheat prices are looking for a setback.
BNN speaks with Liam Fitzgerald, national mining leader at PwC Canada. He discusses how Canada has been leading the way on equity financing, attracting more exploration spending than anywhere else, and the returns that alternative financiers have presented to investors.
Investors wary of sluggish silver prices: CPM Group
According to Jeffrey Christian, managing partner at CPM Group, investors have been backing away from silver prices because of a seasonal demand weakness. He says that he prefers gold to silver since the market has not factored in geopolitical risks just yet.
Commodity market doesn't look so great right now: TJM Europe
Scott Shellady, managing director at TJM Europe, joins BNN for a look at commodity trades for the week ahead. He maintains a bearish view on the market and says that he would be cautious right now.
Bernard Dahdah, metals analyst with Natixis, says that he remains bullish on palladium prices. He says that he prefers palladium, not gold, if adding precious metals.
Osisko Gold CEO: $1.1-billion deal with Orion Mine 'transformational'
Osisko Gold Royalties announced that it has made a deal with Orion Mine Finance Group to acquire a diversified precious metals portfolio of assets. We speak with Sean Roosen, CEO with Osisko Gold Royalties, on why Osisko won the deal over other streamers.
Cattle market has been impressive so far: Linn & Associates
We talk to Jerrod Kitt, vice president at Linn & Associates, about what commodities he'll be watching during the week ahead. He says that we will not see fireworks from oil prices anytime soon and that they will likely trade in the US$40-60 dollar range for a while. Kitt also draws our attention to the cattle market which, he says, has been impressive so far.