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Break the Comex: Let’s Remove Banks From Silver Pricing Urges Keith Neumeyer

Good Morning.
Markets are not moving much due to the pending FOMC and the assumed conclusion that QE Tapering will begin on schedule. No major data points have caused unrest. Therefore markets are now ignoring current data as the Fed has all but certified what they will do this week.
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Of course that doesn’t mean the FOMC event itself wont have a surprise. It just means the markets quickly shrug off data that it knows will not change Fed minds. Any market movement for the last few days and today is looking at the NEXT policy change. So markets that were going up, like stocks, keep going up. Markets that are oscillating like Gold, keep on doing that. And markets that are affected by bigger issues, like Nat Gas and Energy keep whipping. Tomorrow is the day.
Break the Comex: Let’s Remove Banks From Silver Pricing Urges Keith Neumeyer
Break the Comex: Let’s Remove Banks From Silver Pricing Urges Keith Neumeyer
Break the Comex: Let’s Remove Banks From Silver Pricing Urges Keith Neumeyer
Silver supplies are dwindling and consumption is expanding for the precious metal, says Keith Neumeyer, First Majestic Silver Corp. President and CEO. He explains why this narrative deserves to be highlighted further for investors, and criticizes the CFTC’s handling earlier this year based on the fluctuation of silver trading.
“The mining sector is such a start and stop industry,” and presents the need for silver to be priced on supply and demand fundamentals, he says to our Daniela Cambone. With the green revolution occurring, the differentiation between gold and silver is now apparent more than ever, Neumeyer concludes. Follow Daniela HERE
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