It happened over and over again, in fact precisely three times, that I wrote an information request to the press department of the Deutsche Bundesbank, Germany’s central bank. All three times I wanted to know specific details about the German gold reserve held abroad. And all three times my questions were basically brushed off. Now [...]
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Last Friday I visited the Tate Gallery for Modern Art in London together with Jan Skoyles, the research director of The Real Asset Company. In the cafeteria of the Tate Gallery we’ve conducted an audio interview regarding finance, currencies and gold.
I have some difficulties with the “answer“ that the Bundesbank gave me recently related to the German gold reserves. Not only that they brushed me off – no, they can’t even treat individual questions individually.
I wrote an email with questions related to the German gold reserves to the Bundesbank in Frankfurt . Unfortunately, all I received was a kind of elaborate: Let’s better say nothing.