Posts Tagged ‘Gold Reserves’

“The three biggest reasons to invest in gold”

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In this 2nd of a series of London interviews that Lars Schall conducted for Matterhorn Asset Management this summer, Lars has a City of London streetside conversation with Alasdair Macleod right outside the Dutch reform Church in Austin Friars near the Bank of England. Together they talked about, inter alia: the challenges for the London […]

China’s Gold Policy – One Of The World’s Most Important Developments

Lars Schall talked with Koos Jansen about different aspects regarding the Chinese gold policy. In general, Jansen sees the development as an expression of the shift of power from the West towards the East. In his estimation, Chinese authorities have by now between 3.000 – 4.000 tons of gold in their vaults in order to […]

Bottom line of Deutsche Bundesbank gold: The fingerprints are gone

Independent German financial journalist Lars Schall talked with Bill Holter, who works for Miles Franklin, a precious metals investment firm in the United States, about the main driver of the price of gold; the current problems of the Bundesbank with „its“ gold; and China’s heavy buying of physical gold.

“The Fed Wants Gold To Rise Orderly”

On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management, independent German financial journalist Lars Schall talked with renowned fund manager, geopolitical strategist, and bestselling author James G. Rickards. In particular, they discussed the possibility that the Fed has to expand QE; structural changes that need to take place in the US economy; gold’s future role in international trade […]

Talk show host Glenn Beck examines Fed’s concoction of imaginary gold

While Beck’s program probably won’t tell followers of GATA anything they don’t know, it shows that suspicion of gold price suppression is spreading quickly now, as Beck quotes the German financial journalist Lars Schall’s dogged questioning of the Bundesbank, publicized first by GATA, over the Bundesbank’s assertion that Germany’s gold bars at the Fed were […]

Did the Bundesbank get even a little of its original gold back?

Correspondence between the German financial journalist Lars Schall and Germany’s Bundesbank suggests that the small amount of gold the Bundesbank claims recently to have repatriated from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York was not returned in the form in which it was deposited many years ago — that, indeed, the original German gold was […]

“Major shocks will become the norm from now on”

On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management / GoldSwitzerland, independent financial journalist Lars Schall interviewed financial markets publisher Tekoa Da Silva about, inter alia, opportunities and risks in the precious metals field, the lack of enforcement of regulatory rules, what he interprets as “upside-down hyperinflation,” the commodities market in Brazil, and the unknown factors related to […]

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