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There is too little gold in the West

China’s gold strategy

China first delegated the management of gold policy to the People’s Bank by regulations in 1983. This development was central to China’s emergence as…

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Valuing gold and turkey-farming

Today’s financial markets are built on the sand of unsound currencies. Consequently brokers, banks and investors are wedded to monetary inflation and have lost…

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Goons versus gold

“When, more than 100 years ago, George Gilbert Williams, president of the famously conservative Chemical Bank, was asked for the secret of his success,…

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How the West was lost

“Sir, I see Sir Mervyn King has signalled that he no longer believes that price stability should be the Bank of England’s primary objective….

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A new golden age

“The designers of the good ship euro wanted to create the greatest liner of the age. But as everybody now knows, it was fit…

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