Carsten Menke joined Bank Julius Baer in December 2009. In his current position, he is responsible for the analysis of commodity markets, in particular base metals and precious metals. Before moving to Bank Julius Baer, Carsten Menke worked at Sal. Oppenheim Jr. & Cie. in Cologne, where he set up the Commodity Research unit. In 2002, he started working for Deutsche Bank as a Relationship Manager and became investment advisor in 2003. He received his degree in Business Administration at the University of Cologne in 2007 and became a CFA Charterholder in 2011.
Heading into next year, the strength of the dollar should soften, adding more upside to prices27 Sep 2018 - Opinion
Resilient mine production keeps the market well supplied while demand continues to struggle26 Sep 2018 - Opinion
Traders have shrugging off news that sales were down for the third year in a row11 Sep 2018 - Opinion