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China’s Gold Market Dominance

Wednesday April 16, 2014, The World Gold Council (WGC) confirmed in February that 2013 saw China replace India as the world’s largest consumer of gold. For many gold market watchers, that announcement raised the question of how China came to take that position — and, more importantly, if it will be able to keep it. This week, the WGC came …

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Japan gold sales jump 249%

This morning the gold price hit a new seven-week low and yesterday posted its first monthly drop of 2014. Bullion is out of favour at the moment thanks to riskier assets such as equities gaining popularity. A rally in equities markets, in both 2013 and into 2014 has seen demand for gold bullion fall. Gold has remained under pressure in …

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Chinese Gold Demand 418 Tonnes YTD, West Confused

Chinese Gold Demand 418 Tonnes YTD, West Confused Another week (24-02-2014/28-02-2014), another 49 mt of Chinese gold demand in the form of withdrawals from the Shanghai Gold Exchange vaults. Withdrawals year to date account for 418 mt. This brings February Chinese gold demand to 172 mt, down 30 % from an all-time 246 mt record in January. Let’s not talk …

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Gold Trade Numbers 2013 Broke All Records

Great article by Koos Jansen re the massive amounts of gold being imported into China. We consider his data to be more accurate than WGC or CPM Group. Gold Trade Numbers 2013 Broke All Records In 2013 the we’ve experienced what kind of extreme buying power China is able to unleash on the physical gold market. Chinese wholesale demand in …

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Koos Jansen interview with Alex Stanczyk Transcript. Dec. 10th, 2013

Dear friend and client of Anglo Far-East, We are pleased to release the transcript of AFE Alex Stanczyk’s interview with Koos Jansen of In Gold We Trust. This interview took place on Dec. 10th of 2013, and was the first time it was publicly revealed that physical supply was tight in the swiss pipeline and could lead to a supply …

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Gold – Supply and Demand – India’s Gold Demand rose 13% in 2013

Gold – Supply and Demand – India’s Gold Demand rose 13% in 2013 Apparently tarrifs = more smuggling and really hasnt slowed down Gold going into India much at all. Taken from The Hindu Business Line: Report: India’s gold demand up 13% at 975 tonnes in 2013 MUMBAI, FEB 18: India’s gold demand remained buoyant in 2013 and rose by …

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Gold Price – China – The Chinese Gold & Silver Exchange Society aims physical bullion trading exchange

Gold Price – China – The Chinese Gold & Silver Exchange Society aims to build physical bullion trading exchange Chinese Gold & Silver Exchange Society (CGSE), based in Hong Kong looking to build 1500 ton Gold vault in mainland. Taken from Business Recorder: Hong Kong gold exchange eyes 1,500-tonne warehouse in mainland China The Chinese Gold & Silver Exchange Society …

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Transcript of AFE’s interview with Jim Rickards on Dec. 17th 2013

Transcript of AFE’s interview with Jim Rickards on Dec. 17th 2013. Dear friend and client of Anglo Far-East, We are pleased to release an exciting audio interview with James G. Rickards, New York Times best selling author, Senior Partner of Tangent Capital, and advisor to the Physical Gold Fund. In this interview Jim covers the Fed’s tapering, how negative interest …

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Gold – Supply and Demand – South Korea to open Gold Exchange Market 2014

Gold – Supply and Demand – South Korea to open Gold Exchange Market 2014 South Korea will implement gold exchange market in 2014. Traders will be able to freely trade gold spots in the public market. Taken from News: S. Korea to open gold trading market in 2014 SEOUL, July 22 (Xinhua) — South Korea’s financial regulator said Monday that …

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A New World Order? I Think Not.

A New World Order? I Think Not. For some time now there has been much talk about a New World Order under Anglo/American leadership. I think that’s all it is, just talk. How can the bankrupt U.S. and the Bankrupt U.K. lead the world and what would China and Russia have to say about that? As it is, the BRICS …

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