Saturday, July 4 2020

Transparent Precious Metal Holdings - Gold/Silver

Flows this week

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Friday, July 3 2020

Transparent Precious Metal Holdings - Gold/Silver

2020 6 month metal flow - putting the demand into perspective.

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Thursday, July 2 2020

Turkey Gold/Silver Imports

Turkey imports for May

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Perth Mint Coin Sales

Perth Mint flows for June

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US Mint Coin Sales

US Mint flows for June

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Wednesday, July 1 2020

CME MetalsIssuesAndStopsReport

Now they are running silver as well as gold at the CME - the first day saw 11458 contracts or 57 million ounces called for delivery which is the highest monthly amount ever - let along just for the first day. Also there was 3316 gold contracts which is a decent chunk for gold's off month.

Also of note in the deliveries is the platinum ones - also the highest amount on record.

What does it suggest to you on a renown paper trading exchange when the players decide instead of taking profits in fiat they they instead decide to take physical & in the largest size ever.

Run that short squeeze......

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Tuesday, June 30 2020

SILVER :: Depositories : ETF : FUNDS : EFUNDS

Deutsche Bank adds 5,131,378oz to DB Physical Silver ETC (EUR)

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Monday, June 29 2020

Mystery of $2bn of loans backed by fake gold in China

More than a dozen Chinese financial institutions, mainly trust companies, loaned 20 billion yuan ($2.8 billion) over the past five years to Wuhan Kingold Jewelry Inc. with pure gold as collateral and insurance policies to cover any losses.

What could go wrong?

Well, plenty, as at least some of 83 tons of gold bars used as collateral turned out to be nothing but gilded copper.

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Saturday, June 27 2020

Transparent Precious Metal Holdings - Gold/Silver

Flows this week

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Gold/Silver - Futures - COTs - Commitment of Traders

COTs this week

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Chinese Gold/Silver Imports

Chinese flows for May

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Friday, June 26 2020

Central banker Musical Chairs at the LBMA – Fed exits, Banque de France joins

For a group famous for its caution in appearing associated with and endorsing gold, Western central bankers seem to have made an exception when it comes to sitting on the bord of directors of the world’s largest bullion bank gold cartel, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA). But maybe that’s the point. Because, if central banks and their proxies are close to the action in the gold market, they will be able to control their interests, as well as influence and control others.

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Thursday, June 25 2020

Why Gold, and Why Now

For thousands of years gold is the ultimate store of value. Currently, gold is undervalued as there are massive bubbles in asset markets and central banks continue to print money, which supports these bubbles. This is an unsustainable situation; and when the bubbles burst the gold price will rise.

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A new era for gold: What’s next?

Introducing a new Thought-Leadership series to bring you thought-provoking insights from industry-leading experts.

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Tuesday, June 23 2020

Credit Suisse AG Announces Its Intent To Delist And Suspend Further Issuances Of Its VelocityShares ETNs

As part of its continuing effort to monitor and manage its suite of exchange traded notes, Credit Suisse AG has decided to delist the foregoing ETNs with a view to better align its product suite with its broader strategic growth plans.

UGLD - USLV - DGLD - DSLV

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Switzerland Gold Imports & Exports

Swiss flows for May

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Saturday, June 20 2020

Transparent Precious Metal Holdings - Gold/Silver

Flows this week

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Gold/Silver - Futures - COTs - Commitment of Traders

COTs this week

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Friday, June 19 2020

The Curious Case of COMEX Gold Deliveries in April and June

A lot has been written about the London gold spot price – COMEX gold futures price spread (EFP) blow up on 23/24 March, whose detonation has sent across the gold market on each side of the Atlantic, and whose trigger has been the subject of much speculation and debate.

Importantly, the fallout from this seismic event continues to roll on, and has caused unusual goings-on among the bullion banks in London and New York

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Scotiabank is about to completely withdraw from the LBMA

Word from behind closed doors at the Scotiabank, reveals the key market maker is set to withdraw completely from the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA), and close its doors permanently by the end of the year.

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