Copper Is The "Nervous System" Of Society - CEO

Copper is the most traded commodity in the world, owing to its ubiquitous use in industry, this according to Michael McPhie, president & CEO of Prize Money Corp.
“I kind of think of [copper] as sort of the nervous system of modern society, I mean, everything we do, from the electrification from electric cars to the appliances that we use, all runs on electricity which is delivered by copper. So, the medium-long term, even the near-term trend for copper is good,” McPhie told Kitco News on the sidelines of the Swiss Mining Institute Conference in Geneva. (show less)

Copper is the most traded commodity in the world, owing to its ubiquitous use in industry, this according to Michael McPhie, president & CEO of Prize Money Corp.
“I kind of think of [copper] as sort of the nervous system of modern society, I mean, everything we do, from the electrification from electric cars to the appliances that we use, all runs on electricity which is delivered by copper. So, the medium-long term, even the near-term trend for copper is ... (read more)

Swiss Mining Institute Conference
Swiss Mining Institute Conference

Swiss Mining Institute (SMI) presents two major annual investment conferences per year in Switzerland.Each conference provides top quality, independent perspectives from experts within the Resources Sector together with presentations from 10 selected mining companies.SMI invites over 400 selected Asset Managers, Fund Managers and HNWI from Switzerland/Geneva & Zurich.Participation in SMI’S private Events is by invitation only.

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