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Reuters

Spot gold fell more than 1 percent to two-week lows as investors sold to cover losses in other markets, especially as stocks dipped, while platinum group metals fell on worries euro zone debt crisis will sap industrial demand. Asian stocks were do

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ZeroHedge.com

"When the history of this time is written people will say - how in the world did they believe that a few people in a secret room can decide what interest rates should be, how much the money supply should be, who should fail, what worthless assets...

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EconomicPolicyJournal.com

Basically, it’s a total joke as is everything else the politicians have done. No one and nothing is allowed to fail and this relates to the fact that the global monetary and financial system is a complete house of cards. It’s insanely bullish for gol

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Reuters

Gold surged to a record high on Wednesday as investors sought safety from the risk of Greece's debt crisis spreading to other countries, with demand for coins, bars and bullion-backed exchange-traded funds all climbing.

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Businessinsider.com/

"Money is printed or created and thrown at people to actually cover their insolvency with waves of free money and waves of liquidity that we end up with fiat currencies being completely devalued in the eyes of people and gold at $7,000 an ounce...

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NY Post

Federal agents have launched parallel criminal and civil probes of JPMorgan Chase and its trading activity in the precious metals market, centering on whether or not the top derivatives holder acted improperly to depress the price of silver.

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DailyReckoning.com

It has since emerged that the London Bullion Market trades on 100 to 1 leverage, meaning that for every ounce of real gold, there are 100 ounces of paper gold being traded. If, or when, people try to take delivery, there could be a dramatic shortage.

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dollarcollapse.com/

The question becomes when, not if, holders of futures contracts will start demanding physical delivery. Most will discover that the metal isn’t there, which will, ahem, unsettle the commodity and currency markets.

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ZeroHedge.com

Any unbiased observer who knows how to put two and two together will be able to tell that something very fishy is going on. The urgency with which trillions in debt is being shoved down the market's throat at the worst possible time for the US Econom

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On February 24, Reuters reported that the Reserve Bank of India was “set to be a buyer” of the 191.3 tonnes (6.74 million ounces) of gold the IMF is selling. Although the bank wouldn’t comment directly on the possibility, they did say, “We are closel

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