Daniela Cambone is the Editor-in-Chief for Kitco News, covering global markets, economic news and commodities, including oil, silver and copper with a primary focus on gold. She is based in New York City. Her work is simultaneously featured and covered on Jim Cramer’s TheStreet.com
Prior to joining Kitco News in October 2008, Daniela worked as a liaison between the Canadian and Italian government as the Communications Director for the Italian Ministry of Research in Rome where she was often invited to present findings at the European Parliament in Brussels. During her five years in Rome, Daniela also worked as a political and current events reporter covering high-profile events including the United Nations High-Level Summit on Food & Agriculture (FAO). Prior to this and immediately upon finishing her B.A., Daniela covered Canada’s insurance and banking sector for Montreal-based Magazine Finance and The Insurance Journal.
Daniela has interviewed such high profile figures as Congressman Ron Paul, Senator Rand Paul and investors including Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Barbara Corcoran, George Foreman, Jim Rogers, and Steve Forbes. Daniela Cambone is a frequent moderator and speaker during Cambridge House Events in Vancouver and Mines and Money NYC and Toronto. She is often invited to cover closed door events including the Sohn Investment Conference, Clinton Global Initiative and the BMO Capital Markets annual gathering.
Recent Articles By The Author
Here's why that's a good thing.
Gold is becoming the new currency of choice for many as the dollar becomes less of a threat
Between Germany wanting its gold back and Mnuchin's visit to Fort Knox, weird things are happening.
Gold cools off after hitting 11-month high but best-selling author Jim Rickards is still betting on the yellow metal.
Gold rallies as tensions rise after North Korea launches a missile over Japan's airspace. Could this rally last?
How is Jackson Hole effecting gold prices?
Germany's central bank completed its plan to repatriate the country's gold reserves from New York and Paris, three years ahead of schedule.
Gold bulls are trying to hang onto recent gains as markets await this year's Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium, taking place Thursday through Saturday.
It's a big week for global central banks.