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Chris Powell - GATA
The strange case of Germany's gold -- an interview with Peter Boehringer 
Interviewed by Andrew Schiff for the summer edition of Euro-Pacific Capital's Global Investor Newsletter, Peter Boehringer of the campaign to repatriate Germany's gold reserves explains how the recent Bloomberg News report on the issue was so misleading and elaborates on the fraud of the fractional-reserve gold banking system. "One reason that the gold was unavailable for quick delivery," Boehringer says, "could be multiple ownerships of our bars at the Fed. Given today's global fractional gold
Friday, July 25, 2014
Missing and fractional gold - Market Force Analysis
Central Banks are NOT ordinary Gold Investors 
"The differences in the degree of marketability is of the highest significance for the theory of money. The failure to recognize this is one of the essential causes of the backward state of monetary theory. The theory of money necessarily presupposes a theory of marketability of goods." (Carl Menger On the Origin of Money, 1892)
Monday, August 25, 2014
Chris Powell - GATA
Bank of England gets pretty intimate with the London Bullion Market Association 
GATA's friend and consultant R.M. calls attention to some documents demonstrating that the Bank of England's involvement with the gold market may be even more intimate than generally understood. In a presentation to the London Bullion Market Association's Fifth Annual Assaying and Refining Seminar, held in March 2013, a Bank of England customer relationship manager, Luke Thorn, disclosed that the bank participates on three LBMA committees. ... Dispatch continues below ... ADVERTISEMENT Buy pre
Tuesday, July 01, 2014