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China Just Threatened a Currency War If the Fed Doesn’t Stop Printing

The tension between Central Banks that we noted yesterday continues to worsen. This time it was China and the EU, not just Germany, that fired warning shots at the US…

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Now the Swiss want their gold back…all 1040 tons of it!!

  With last week’s announcement by the Bundesbank of the repatriation of 674 tons of German gold from Paris and NY over the next 7 years, we predicted that an avalanche…

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Why Central Banks are Buying Gold

The role of gold in central bank reserves… SINCE 2009 the signatory central banks of the Central Bank Gold Agreement have stopped selling their gold, writes Julian Phillips at GoldForecaster. We have stated…

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The SCO, China, Iran, and gold

I make no apology for returning to the subject of China, its role in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, and gold. Gold is now a strategic metal for present and future…

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The Real Targets Of Currency Wars

Xi Jinping, likely to be China’s next president, visits President Obama in the White House this week. This visit ensures that the ongoing currency war between the United States and…

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The Connection Between White House Cyber Attacks and Global Reserve Currency

According to an anonymous White House official that spoke to mainstream media, yet acknowledged that they were not authorized to speak about the subject, referred to an attempt to hack into the…

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Currency war warnings follow US Fed’s “quantitative easing”

There are growing fears that the US Federal Reserve’s policy of “quantitative easing”—the process by which tens of billions of dollars are pumped into financial markets every month—is sparking international…

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Name The New Reserve Currency: China Imports More Gold In 2012 Than All ECB Holdings

The last time we looked at monthly Chinese imports of gold from Hong Kong in 2012, the comparable country in question was Portugal (whose citizens, if not central bank, incidentally have run out…

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Currency war warnings follow US Fed’s “quantitative easing”

There are growing fears that the US Federal Reserve’s policy of “quantitative easing”—the process by which tens of billions of dollars are pumped into financial markets every month—is sparking international…