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  1. U.S. Federal Reserve Statement Gives Gold A Boost

    Some speculators appear to have gambled badly on the likely content of U.S. Fed chair, Jerome Powell’s latest statement following . . . .
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  2. A Golden View From Russia

    One of several valuable life lessons learned when you live outside your native country is that the optics are radically different. This is especially . . . .
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  3. The Domino Effect: Romania Joins Gold Repatriation Exodus

    Moves are now afoot in neighboring Romania to do likewise, via a parliamentary bill submitted by Romanian politicians Liviu Dragnea and Serba . . . .
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  4. 9 Bonafide Reasons Why Silver Is So Valuable

    Take a moment to consider this: Long before the first coins were ever made, gold and silver . . . .
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  5. Russia And China’s Gold Age?

    February in Moscow is like a sweet & sour dish, one day frigid and snowy and the next balmy and rainy, either way it is a treat . . . .
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  6. Central Banks Haven't Bought This Much Gold Since Nixon Closed the Gold Window

    Something big is happening in the gold market right now, and nowhere is that more apparent than in central banks of emerging economies. Last year was . . . .
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  7. Gold And Silver Prices Reached 2019 Highs In January

    Gold started 2019 by having a great January, increasing its value by $45 per ounce. Gold ended January at $1,322. Right now, I’m looking . . . .
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  8. China Builds Up Gold Reserves In Shift Away From Dollar Currency | Weakness And Tensions With US Spur Moves To Diversify

    China added gold to its foreign reserves last month for the first time in more than two years even as it continued paring its U.S. Treasury holdings, part of . . . .
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  9. Countries Are Beginning To Stockpile Gold

    The Bank of China had increased its gold reserves from 1842.6 tons to 1,852 tons in December 2018. This increase represents the first . . . .
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  10. No End In Sight To World's Rising Debt

    Last year, the world's debt rose to $244 trillion, or 318% of global GDP, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) found . . . .
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