Asia

China’s Role in the Gold Market
Published by Dan Popescu | Jun 10, 2014 | Articles

We cannot understand today’s gold market without understanding the role China and, in a different way, India play in it. The gold market in general is very opaque and the Chinese one, in particular, is even more. In this article, I will look at China’s role in the gold market.

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Koos Jansen about Chinese Gold Policy
Published by Goldbroker ™ | Mar 30, 2014 | Articles

On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management, Zurich, Lars Schall talked with the young Dutchman Koos Jansen about Chinese gold policy. Koos Jansen, born 1981, worked as a sound engineer in Amsterdam, before he became disabled in 2013. During that year, he started his financial blog "In Gold We Trust" (...

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Facing an Enormous Public Debt, Japanese Starting to Change Attitude Toward Gold
Published by Philippe Herlin | Mar 27, 2014 | Articles

Up until now, Japan was the exception among Asian countries that are hungry for gold (China, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia), and even seemed odd, because Japanese people would get rid of their gold, to the point that Japan was showing a negative balance. These days seem like they are over and that awareness has risen in the course of 2013. Does this bode for a big change?

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Gold Wars
Published by Dan Popescu | Jan 21, 2014 | Articles

We are aware of the currency wars, but we are a lot less familiar with the gold wars raging between the East and the West and, more particularly, between China and the United States.

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Gold Price Manipulation: How and Why ?
Published by Goldbroker ™ | Jan 20, 2014 | Articles

The evidence of gold price manipulation is clear. In this article we present evidence and describe the process. We conclude that ability to manipulate the gold price is disappearing as physical gold moves from New York and London to Asia, leaving the West with paper claims to gold that greatly exceed the available supply.

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