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Banque de France wants Paris to compete with London for gold trade


Date: 17:05 12/11/2018
The Telegraph, London

Gold confiscation is an urgent threat, Greyerz tells KWN


Date: 21:32 11/11/2018
Swiss gold fund manager Egon von Greyerz, interviewed today by King World News, notes that gold confiscation is not a "barbarous relic" of history but an urgent threat to gold investors, what with the Bank of England refusing to repatriate Venezuela's gold.

BMG's Brandon White: Confession by ex-Morgan trader vindicates GATA


Date: 21:36 09/11/2018
Brandon White of bullion dealer BMG in Canada, commenting in his "This Week in 3 Minutes" video, remarks that this week's confession to gold and silver market rigging by a former trader for JPMorganChase --

Deutsche, other bullion banks seeking insurance with physical gold, Maguire tells KWN


Date: 12:07 09/11/2018
London metals trader Andrew Maguire, interviewed today by King World News, says Deutsche Bank and other bullion banks are buying large amounts of physical gold in pursuit of insurance against the bursting of market bubbles that were inflated in part by shorting gold. Maguire's interview is excerpted at KWN here:

With BIS intervention rising sharply in October, gold price stalled


Date: 11:42 09/11/2018
After falling in August and September, intervention in the gold market by the Bank for International Settlements via gold swaps increased substantially in October, according to the bank's monthly statement of account, published this week:

Big investors sue 16 banks in U.S. over currency market rigging


Date: 10:14 09/11/2018
Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Bank of England stalls return of Venezuela's gold


Date: 20:37 08/11/2018
Maduro Scrambles to Bring Venezuela's Gold Back from the UK

Ted Butler: A crack in the dike


Date: 10:31 08/11/2018
Silver market analyst and anti-market-rigging whistleblower Ted Butler today declines to take much vindication from the Justice Department's extraction of a guilty plea to gold and silver market manipulation by a former trader for JPMorganChase. The "spoofing" admitted by the former Morgan trader and attributed by him to other traders and even supervisors at the bank is only part of the bank's manipulation of the monetary metals markets, Butler writes.

Dumping the dollar, Iran and South Korea agree to cross-currency trade


Date: 19:39 07/11/2018
South Korea and Iran have agreed to switch to national currencies in trade exchanges as the sides aim to strengthen relations despite the U.S. sanctions on Tehran.

Ex-Morgan trader pleads guilty to rigging monetary metals, implicates supervisors at bank


Date: 20:24 06/11/2018
Former JP Morgan Trader Pleads Guilty to Manipulating U.S. Metals Markets for Years

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