Silver Institute to Host Webcast on the 2012 Silver Market
The Silver Institute will host a webcast on Thursday, November 29, at 9:00 a.m. US EST (2:00 p.m. GMT) for an interim review of the 2012 silver market.
The briefing will feature Philip Klapwijk, Global Head of Analytics for Thomson Reuters GFMS, the global metals consultancy, who will share highlights from the firm's Interim Silver Market Review, which was released on November 16. The briefing will focus on the key pillars of silver demand, with particular emphasis on investment demand, and will include discussion of silver mine and scrap supply, and silver prices. The presentation is expected to last one hour.
The presentation will be broadcast live via webcast. To register for the free webcast please visit the Silver Institute's web site: www.silverinstitute.org. The webcast will also be archived on the Institute's web site. Thomson Reuters GFMS is a London-based consultancy comprised of analysts of the global metals market, and has been producing the "World Silver Survey," the Silver Institute's annual report on the global silver market, since 1994.
The Silver Institute is a nonprofit international association that serves as the industry's voice in increasing public understanding of the many uses and values of silver. Established in 1971, its member companies include leading silver mining houses, refiners, bullion suppliers, manufacturers of silver products and wholesalers of silver investment products.
Posted: November 27, 2012