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A leading financial journalist admits gold questions are legitimate

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Published : December 07th, 2012
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Interviewed for Gold Switzerland by Lars Schall on a broad range of economic subjects, the London Telegraph's international business editor, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, acknowledges both the legitimacy of questions about what Western central banks are doing in the gold market and the unlikelihood that those central banks will ever account for themselves in public. They certainly won't account for their gold market interventions if mainstream financial news organizations don't press them to do so, but then gold isn't on Evans-Pritchard's beat -- nor, it seems, really much on that of any mainstream financial journalist. Thus for years now specific questions about Western central bank gold activity have been left to GATA and Schall, who have established that such activity is both intense and more sensitive and secretive than the blueprints for nuclear weapons.

Schall's interview with Evans-Pritchard is headlined "Europe and America Will Not Allow Deflation to Take Root" and it's posted at Gold Switzerland here:



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Chris Powell is the secretary of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA) which has been organized to advocate and undertake litigation against illegal collusion to control the price and supply of gold and related financial securities.
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