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Gold Price Intervention Circuit Diagram and Determinants Intervention Policy – Nico Simons

Friday, November 25, 2016 18:10
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sprottmoney.com / By Nico Simons / November 25, 2016

This is an article about abuses in the gold market. It is meant to be for readers, who are well informed and interested in the gold market and monetary items, such as student (central) bankers, politicians, financial analysts, supervisors, etc.

Based upon study, we (re)constructed the Gold Price Intervention Circuit Diagram. The purpose for the (secret) interventions is the stabilization of the exchange value of the US dollar. There are many actors involved by the interventions; they vary from politicians, central bankers, institutions like the BIS, IMF and LMBA, Market Makers on the OTC-market (commercial banks), and Clearing Members LPMCL. We call an intervention secret if it has not been reported to market participants at the latest on the day the intervention was carried out by the one or two involved central banks, or not being reported at all (13).

Furthermore we (re)constructed some determinants of the (secret) Intervention Policy on the price of gold by central banks.

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