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lunedì 10 novembre 2014

Song Xin: la Banca Centrale Cinese dovrebbe accumulare piu' oro della FED americana

Ultimamente se ne stanno sentendo delle belle da quel della cina.. o forse e' solo che i giornaloni occidentali si "dormono" le notizie che non hanno voglia di dare, mentre il buon olandesone volante, Koos Jansen, sulla singaporegna (si dice cosi'?) Bullionstar continua a riferire sulla scena cinese dei metalli preziosi, sfanculando a destra e manca, dal world gold council a bloomberg.

Stavolta Koos ci riporta le affermazioni di Song Xin (President of the China Gold Association, General Manager of the China National Gold Group Corporation and Party Secretary.... cioe' anche segetario del partito unico?) che il 30 luglio scorso se n'e' uscito con la candida affermazione che ..


China should accumulate 8,500 tonnes in official gold reserves, more than the US

E cioe' che la Cina dovrebbe accumulare almeno 8500 tonnellate d'oro come riserve auree della banca centrale cinese (PBoC)... piu' degli statunitensi insomma.

Molto edificante il suo discorso, roba da puri metallari, roba tipo ...


Gold is the world’s only monetary asset that has no counter party risk, and is the only cross-nation, cross-language, cross-ethnicity, cross-religion and cross-culture globally recognized monetary asset. Gold is the last protection for a country’s economic security; it safeguards a nations sovereignty in times of crises. A textbook example happened in 1997 during the Asian financial crisis. To work through Korea’s severe debt problem, the IMF’s condition for a rescue package was to sell large enterprises. In the end, the Korean government had no choice but to call on its people to donate gold to settle the foreign debt, and it was only through this act that the chaebols at the center of the country’s economy and independence survived.

... o come questa:


For China, the strategic mission of gold lies in the support of RMB internationalization, and so let China become a world economic power and make sure that the “China Dream" is realized.

... o questa:


Establish a Gold bank. We need to establish our gold bank as soon as possible, and enable it to break the barrier between the commodity and monetary world. It can further help us acquire reserves and give us more say and control in the gold market. It may be guided under the PBOC and led by the China Gold Association, involving leading gold industry companies and commercial banks, and it’s business would include: gold pricing (fix), gold financing and leasing, gold-guaranteed payments, gold saving accounts, gold lending, gold production chain financing and issuance and trading of paper gold and other gold investments. This gold bank can then naturally use market-oriented methods to change commodity gold into monetary gold reserves, thus help us increase our strategic gold reserves.

Non male, eh!? Allo stesso articolo presentato su Zero Hedge i commenti sono del tipo "ma perche' non ne hanno gia' ben di piu' di 8500 tonnellate? ;D" .. secondo i piu' sfrenati in realta' la PBoC ne avrebbe addirittura gia qualcosa come 20mila tonnellate (e si parla solo della banca centrale, per non contare l'oro in mano ai privati, 1 miliardo e 2-300milioni di cinesi...)

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