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A day after Biden and his pals in Brussels discussed ways to stop Russia utilizing its gold reserves to maintain some stability in an increasingly chaotic economy, the Bank of Russia has just announced plans to begin buying gold from its banks at a f

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Now that Russia has come right out and said it will only transact in Rubles when selling oil to "unfriendly" nations, I'm expecting gold to be the next safe haven for the nation to fall back on, as it desperately tries to backstop both its curr


In this week's Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire unpacks the geopolitical after-effects of sanctions against the Russian Central Bank, and the resulting global shortfall in physical gold and silver supply.

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In this week's Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire is joined by Dr Stephen Leeb, a renowned American economist and a financial author to discuss how China's growing prosperity affects the global economy, as the superpower's appetite for gold-ba

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Over the past week, we first noted that amid broad economic sanctions, there were numerous Russian gold refiners on the LBMA's "Good Delivery" list, and subsequently we said that this "begged the question as to what would the LBMA do about the large

Article Image, by Jeff Thomas

In 1971, the US abruptly went off the gold standard, and in making the public announcement, US President Richard Nixon looked into the television camera and said, "We're all Keynesians now."