Latest news related to precious metals

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A rare look inside the West Point Mint's massive gold vaults and coin operations

Date: 14:15 18/04/2019
Wednesday, April 17, 2019

South Africa's Sibanye Gold union ends five-month strike

Date: 00:06 18/04/2019
Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Central banks aim to break 200-day average in gold

Date: 15:36 17/04/2019
Operating with their bullion bank agents, central banks now are trying to break the 200-day moving average price of gold to offset all the fundamental factors arguing for a higher price, the TF Metals Report's Craig Hemke writes today at Sprott Money. This counterintuitiveness long has characterized the gold market under intervention, Hemke notes. His analysis is headlined "Shades of 2013" and it's posted at Sprott Money here:

Venezuelan unrest may hurt miner's bid to reclaim $1.2 billion

Date: 14:50 17/04/2019
Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Survey concludes Germans hold more gold than their central bank

Date: 14:33 17/04/2019
Die Welt (The World), Berlin

Venezuela sells $400 million in gold despite sanctions, sources tell Bloomberg

Date: 19:19 15/04/2019
Monday, April 15, 2019

In Singapore interview, GATA secretary reviews mechanisms, objectives of gold price suppression

Date: 13:57 15/04/2019
In Singapore a few weeks ago to speak at the Mining Investment Asia conference, your secretary/treasurer was interviewed about GATA's work by Patrick Vierra of at the company's amazing vault facility, The Safe House.

Why won't Jim Grant ever say gold is rigged like stocks and interest rates?

Date: 19:58 14/04/2019
Thanks to Zero Hedge for calling attention tonight to the interview of the Zurich-based financial letter The Market with James Grant, editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, wherein Grant remarks that the Federal Reserve is manipulating the stock market up and interest rates down. Grant calls the latter rigging "very near to a crime."

Hard assets will endure when debt assets vanish, Turk tells KWN

Date: 19:17 14/04/2019
In the next financial panic, GoldMoney founder James Turk tells King World News today, hard assets will be safe and secure but financial assets that are essentially debt instruments may disappear. Turk adds that worldwide debt is becoming overwhelming, and he advocates patience in accumulating undervalued assets. The interview is 13 minutes long and can be heard at KWN here:

'Accountability and transparency' in central banking? Not until news organizations attempt journalism

Date: 14:46 13/04/2019
Central banks get away with the flaming hypocrisy illustrated below because mainstream news organizations don't dare to put a critical question to them.

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