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Lots of talk about gold but only a hint about manipulation

Date: 18:02 01/12/2018
A tiny bit of progress in the struggle to expose gold market manipulation by central banks can be found today at Forbes, where asset manager and economist Nathan Lewis contemplates mechanisms for restoring a gold standard.

Bloomberg rationalizes government's commandeering the financial markets

Date: 21:57 30/11/2018
Bloomberg / Business Week, New York

Bullion Star's gold market charts for November look bullish

Date: 21:43 30/11/2018
Bullion Star's gold market charts for November seem bullish, with strong accumulation in China, Russia, and Switzerland, even as the London gold "market" seems to be mostly unallocated paper. The charts and accompanying commentary are posted at Bullion Star here:

Venezuelan opposition leaders urge Bank of England not to give gold to Maduro

Date: 21:34 30/11/2018
Friday, November 30, 2018

New York Sun: 'A much bigger problem than China'

Date: 21:17 30/11/2018
Before enplaning for the G20 meeting at Argentina, President Trump gave an eye-opening interview to the Wall Street Journal. The focus was trade, tariffs, and Communist China. Toward the end the Journal's reporter, Bob Davis, asked Mr. Trump about the Federal Reserve chairman, Jay Powell. Responded Mr. Trump: "I think the Fed right now is a much bigger problem than China."

Refusals to answer should be enough to settle the gold-rigging issue

Date: 22:37 28/11/2018
Questions are asked to get answers, but refusals to answer may be enough to permit conclusions to be drawn and thus in effect constitute answers as well.

Support GATA by subscribing to The Calandra Report

Date: 14:24 27/11/2018
Our longtime friend the intrepid world-traveling market analyst Thom Calandra, publisher of The Calandra Report financial letter, is generously offering GATA supporters a deeply discounted one-year subscription offer in which half the price will be donated to GATA.

Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Those 'exchange for physicals' at the Comex aren't real

Date: 11:39 27/11/2018
The TF Metal Report's Craig Hemke, writing today at Sprott Money, does the math on the last year's worth of the use of the "exchange for physicals" mechanism of settling gold futures contracts on the New York Commodities Exchange. Hemke calculates that nearly 2.4 million Comex gold contracts have been settled this way since last November, totaling 7,442 tonnes of gold.

Grant Williams: Gold standard is needed to restore financial ecology

Date: 22:02 26/11/2018
Grant Williams of the "Things That Make You Go Hmmm" newsletter and the Real Vision video service has posted in the clear his presentation to the Porter Stansberry Conference in Las Vegas on October 1, and it argues that the world's return to a gold standard is not only possible but a prerequisite for restoring the world's financial ecology.

J.P. Koning: Why the U.S. Mint once issued gold discs to Saudi Arabia

Date: 21:45 26/11/2018
Writing at Bullion Star, market analyst and monetary historian J.P. Koning tells the fascinating story of how in the late 1940s the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia made gold coins for the Saudi Arabian government that have become collector's items with high premiums. But contrary to widespread belief, Koning writes, the coins, dominated only by their weight and purity, had nothing to do with the Arab-American Oil Co.

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