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Jan Nieuwenhuijs: Central banks becoming more honest about gold


Date: 17:11 25/11/2019
Western central banks and particularly those of Germany and France lately have been acknowledging gold's crucial role in the international monetary system, Jan Nieuwenhuijs writes today at Finland's Voima Gold internet site.

Pam and Russ Martens: It's official -- JPMorgan is riskiest big bank in U.S.


Date: 16:42 25/11/2019
Monday, November 25, 2019

Poland repatriates gold 'to show strength of its economy'


Date: 16:15 25/11/2019
Bloomberg News

Kirkland Lake Gold to buy Detour Gold for $3.7 billion


Date: 15:51 25/11/2019
Monday, November 25, 2019

In Kitco interview, 'analyst' marvels dumbly at lethargy of gold price


Date: 16:47 23/11/2019
Kitco yesterday quoted a "senior market strategist" expressing cluelessness about the recent lethargy of the gold price. The report was headlined "Gold Price Has 'Every Reason in the World to Rally'; Why Isn't It?" and it can be found here:

If not for GATA, what would you really know about gold?


Date: 14:10 23/11/2019
Since it is the secret knowledge of the financial universe, gold has been dragged into the phoniest, most obscure, and most sinister market of all. GATA doesn't claim to know everything that goes on with the monetary metal, but we do know that much is going on with gold in secret and nobody exposes these secrets as well as we do.

Romanian president stalls repatriation of gold reserves


Date: 16:34 22/11/2019
President Klaus Iohannis has sent back to Parliament the law on gold repatriation initiated by the former Social Democratic Party leader Liviu Dragnea and by the party's Sen. Serban Nicolae. The law says Romania's gold reserves deposited abroad should be stored in the country.

Ted Butler: A genuine dilemma


Date: 16:24 22/11/2019
Silver market analyst Ted Butler yesterday reviewed the U.S. Justice Department's latest indictment of a former JPMorganChase metals desk trader and fears that the government is starting to relieve the investment bank's upper management of responsibility for the extensive market rigging done by subordinates. Butler's commentary is headlined "A Genuine Dilemma" and it's posted at 24hGold here --

Patrick Heller: 'Paper' gold can be risky business


Date: 15:45 22/11/2019
Thursday, November 21, 2019

Venezuela's paper currency is worthless, so its people seek virtual gold


Date: 15:34 22/11/2019
Corruption, incompetence, and sanctions have devastated Venezuela's oil industry, the country's main source of hard currency. But Venezuela's economic crisis has encouraged the growth of another: the "farming" of virtual gold in the artificial worlds created by video games.

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