LME Gold
 Date AM Midday      PM 
28-May 1720.00 1721.50 1719.00
27-May 1708.40 1709.40 1700.70
26-May 1726.20 1727.70 1722.30
22-May 1731.10 1732.70 1733.30
21-May 1736.70

1736.80

1732.40
20-May 1747.90 1748.20 1745.10
19-May 1733.60 1733.00 1736.90
18-May 1755.90 1762.60 1736.30
15-May 1733.00 1730.40 1735.10
14-May 1715.40 1712.20 1728.00
13-May 1701.90 1703.00 1707.30
12-May 1701.20 1701.00 1704.60
11-May 1703.70 1702.70 1705.30
07-May 1689.80 1691.00 1699.40
06-May 1702.30 1704.00 1697.00
05-May 1698.20 1699.40 1701.60
04-May 1702.40 1702.00 1705.90
01-May 1676.10 1682.60 1687.40
USD\EUR 0.9085
CNY\EUR 0.1269
CHF\EUR 0.9361
CAD\EUR 0.6590
AUD\EUR 0.5993
EUR\USD 1.1007
CNY\USD 0.1397
CHF\USD 1.0304
CAD\USD 0.7254
AUD\USD 0.6597

PODCAST: First quarter bodes well for juniors

With all the recent financings, the start of 2020 is looking for good for the juniors, said Eric Coffin in a interview with Kitco News earlier this month at the Metals Investor Forum.

Coffin is a newsletter writer at Hard Rock Advisories.

“I think there is enough getting raised that it bodes well for Q1,” said Coffin.

Coffin said at the start of the fall companies were finding it incredibly difficult to raise financings.

“That seems to be turning again. [There] seems to be pretty high demand. A couple of companies I talked to said they are not concerned at all about closing them.”

But Coffin said the market still needs out-sized successes if the junior space is going to draw in generalist money and start a larger rally.

Listen to our podcast with Eric Coffin.