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Report on Currency Manipulation Expected to be Bullish for Gold Prices

The US Treasury report on currency manipulation was ordered by Donald Trump to address the issue of countries manipulating their currencies. The report is expected to have a strong impact on the currency markets. The most bullish outcome for gold prices would be if the report actually named a big country a currency manipulator, as it could trigger risk-off trading which would benefit bullion.

A Mega Sell-Off in U.S. Government Debt is Underway... 1 more Reason to Buy Gold

Foreign creditors are selling U.S. government debt like never before. Last year, China alone sold $188 billion worth of U.S. Treasurys while Japan sold about $21 billion worth of U.S. debt in December. Japan & China are America’s biggest creditors. But they’re not the only ones pulling out either. Saudi Arabia, Belgium & Switzerland have recently become net sellers, too.

China, Price Inflation & Weak US Dollar - A Perfect Storm for Higher Gold Prices

We can see two roads higher for gold prices from here, the first would be a return of significant price inflation and weakness in the U.S. dollar. The second route to higher gold prices would be the return of safe haven buying, driven by serious geopolitical turmoil, China obviously would be at the forefront of that, and perhaps a shock to the global financial system.

Currency Manipulation by the United States Is Alive and Well

Although further currency manipulation is far from ideal, the US is in no place to criticize Japan for it. Historically, the US has been the world’s leading cheerleader for currency manipulation. If the United States government wants to continue dishing out anti-currency manipulation rhetoric, it best explain why it’s had its own hands in the foreign exchange market.

Ten Banks, Including JPM, Goldman, Deutsche & UBS, Probed For Gold Rigging

Who is involved in this latest gold – rigging scandal? Why everyone! … which makes it immediately obvious why the European regulator had to promptly cover up the whole affair. Under scrutiny are Bank of Nova Scotia, Barclays, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, SoGén, Standard Bank & UBS.

Scandal: Bank Of England Encouraged Currency Manipulation By Banks

This report confirms that yet another conspiracy theory is fact, as at least one central bank has been exposed to not only have known about a criminal activity that is now costing the jobs of hundreds of traders (and should lead to jail time), but to have urged it on.

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