WEEK IN REVIEW: April 14-20

Published by Goldbroker ™ | Apr 19, 2014 | Press Review

David Morgan Interview on Silver Market, Silver Price Manipulation and the Coming Global Monetary Reset
Published Apr 15, 2014 on Goldbroker by Fabrice Drouin Ristori

Since there is a lot of talk about a potential gold re evaluation following an international monetary reset, I wanted to interview David Morgan, renowned silver market analyst, in order to have his views on a couple of topics, including silver evolution, silver manipulation, and the potential price of silver after a financial reset.

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IMF Confirms European Banking Sector Still Getting Worse
Published Apr 17, 2014 on Goldbroker by Philippe Herlin

IMF says the number of non-performing loans on the european banks’ balance sheets has doubled since 2009, going from 400 to 800 billion euros. Of course, as can be expected, most of those banks are from the most indebted countries (Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece).

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Keiser Report: Alasdair Macleod About the Geopolitical Situation in Ukraine and its Impact on Gold
Published Apr 17, 2014 on Max Keiser

Max Keiser interviews Alasdair Macleod of Goldmoney.com about the geopolitical situation in Ukraine and its impact on gold and the dollar as the reserve currency. They also talk about the true size of China's gold reserves.

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The Factors That Will Drive Gold Higher Soon: Gold Forward Rate, China And India
Published Apr 17, 2014 on Seekingalpha

Negative GOFO rates are highly correlated with rallies in the price of gold. Despite misleading reports, Chinese demand continues to grow. Indian demand is reviving as import controls are rescinded. Yesterday (April 15th) was the one-year anniversary of last April's one-day $200 hit in the gold market.

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SGE Withdrawals Equal Chinese Gold Demand, Part 3
Published Apr 15, 2014 on Ingoldwetrust

Let’s go through the aspects of the Chinese gold market in random order; PBOC demand, the SGE, domestic mining, mainland net import and Hong Kong trade.

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Plunging GOFO Rates
Published Apr 14, 2014 on Tfmetalsreport

As expected, London gold forward rates are plunging again during the New York Comex delivery month. In the recent past, this signal of tight physical supplies has correlated with higher prices. So, are we on the verge of another rally?

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Ron's Gold Update: Foreign Nations Run from the Dollar
Published Apr 9, 2014 on Ronpaulchannel

In this heightened era of government tax and spend - where printing more money is the Fed's only solution - even our allies are sprinting from the dollar. Nations like Russia and Japan could be turning to the gold standard...

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Comex Consultant Says Individuals Buying all The Gold They Can
Published Apr 15, 2014 on Mike Maloney

In a wrap up of a panel discussion at the recent Cambridge House conference, Comex Consultant Michael Berry reveals that individuals are buying as much gold as they possibly can.

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Is Silver In A Bull Or Bear Market?
Published Apr 16, 2014 on Silver-phoenix500

Silver has underperformed gold lately. In the first quarter of 2014, both metals have rallied nicely, but, somehow surprisingly, gold did better than silver. It leaves a lot of investors with the question whether silver is in a bull or in a bear market.

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China Gold Market | Progress and Prospects
Published Apr 15, 2014 on World Gold Council

A major report published by the World Gold Council "China's gold market: progress and prospects" suggests that private sector demand for gold in China is set to increase 20% from the current level of 1,132 tonnes(t) per year to at least 1,350t by 2017 1.

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Is China Already The World's Largest 'Owner' As Opposed To 'Holder' Of Gold?
Published Apr 14, 2014 on Zerohedge

For decades many of us in the hard money world have speculated that cloak and dagger activity by large financial interests has played a large role in determining performance in the gold market. The focus of this alleged manipulation is believed to be in the London market, and has been widely referred to as "The London Fix." However those who have blown the whistle have been dismissed as alarmists, gold bugs, conspiracy theorists or worse. But recent revelations should bring us closer to the truth.

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