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Russia's new shield against U.S. sanctions: A Siberian gold mine

Date: 11:04 07/02/2019
Thursday, February 7, 2019

Maduro sold 40% of Venezuela's gold last year amid cash crunch

Date: 19:12 06/02/2019
Wednesday, February 6, 2019

French magazine challenges Banque de France's gold lending plans

Date: 12:47 06/02/2019
Politique magazine in Paris this week published a report by Edouard Freval about the Banque de France's new interest in lending and swapping gold through JPMorganChase & Co. even as credit and currency risks are rising and other central banks are acquiring the monetary metal to guard against those risks.

Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Mr. Palladium punches back

Date: 23:08 05/02/2019
Palladium may be the first metal to bust out of the price-suppressing derivatives cage built for it by the futures markets and the banks and central banks that control them, the TF Metals Report's Craig Hemke writes today at Sprott Money. The gap between physical supply and futures delivery commitments is enormous, Hemke writes.

Answer GATA's questions on gold market rigging, congressman tells CFTC

Date: 16:13 05/02/2019
Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Dave Kranzler: The Fed blinked and gold and silver are going higher

Date: 13:20 05/02/2019
Dave Kranzler of Investment Research Dynamics in Denver today itemizes the reasons gold and silver prices should rise now that the Federal Reserve has suspended raising interest rates and dishoarding the securities it purchased to prevent collapse of the U.S. economy. But given the longstanding counterintuitivity of gold and silver prices, Kranzler's reasons might be cause for government to increase its intervention against the monetary metals.

New York Sun: Trump's ideal nominee for the Fed

Date: 13:39 04/02/2019
It looks like this could be the moment at which President Trump makes his move in respect of the Federal Reserve. We say that because the chatter we hear is that he's considering nominating to its board of governors the economist Judy Shelton. The Sun endorses her heartily. It would mark a brilliant start to redeeming his campaign promises in respect of monetary policy and our central bank.

GoldSeek Radio's Chris Waltzek interviews GATA Chairman Bill Murphy

Date: 18:03 03/02/2019
Years of price suppression have stifled gold exploration and are leading to mining company consolidations and acquisitions, GATA Chairman Bill Murphy says, concurring with GoldSeek Radio's Chris Waltzek in an interview posted today. When the physical gold market overwhelms the "paper gold" market, Murphy says, the fundamentals for gold will assert themselves and the price will soar.

A voice from inside the gold swap and price-rigging business

Date: 11:04 03/02/2019
GATA consultant Robert Lambourne's report yesterday about the gold trading signified by the December financial statement of the Bank for International Settlements speculated that the bank's use of gold swaps might mean to recover gold for central banks that are inconveniently short in their official reserves:

Gold is one wealth fund's escape from geopolitics, credit risk

Date: 10:00 03/02/2019
Sunday, February 3, 2019

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