Germans to Repatriate Much of their Gold

Obviously, today’s news about the German government making plans to bring home a good portion of their gold reserves in the years ahead is pretty important to anyone who follows precious metals markets, so much so that it seemed deserving of its own links post.

But before getting to that, this video of Charles DeGaulle that seems to be popping up all over this morning is worth a look since there are many parallels between what happened decades ago in the global monetary system and what is happening today vis-a-vis the world’s reserve currency. 

Germany brings gold reserves home - BBC
Germany Wants Its Gold Back—Should You Worry? - CNBC
Germany to bring back gold stored in US, France - AP
Germany’s Bundesbank brings gold reserves home - Reuters
Germany would like to have its gold back, thanks - Quartz
Why are Germany repatriating their gold? - The Real Asset Co.
Bundesbank to Repatriate 674 Tons of Gold to Germany by 2020 - Bloomberg
Germany plans to repatriate billions in gold from New York, Paris - Globe & Mail
Germany looks to repatriate gold; less trust in Fed? - MarketWatch
Bundesbank to pull gold from New York and Paris in watershed moment - Telegraph
Germany Prepares To Repatriate Its Gold, “Monetary Sins Of The Past” - Zero Hedge
It’s official. The Bundesbank is bringing (some of) its gold home. - MarketWatch
Pimco’s Gross ponders if Bundesbank move means central banks don’t trust each other - MarketWatch
Turk - German Repatriation Of Gold & What To Expect Next - King World News
Deutsche Bundesbank’s new storage plan for Germany’s gold reserves - Deutsche Bank
What is Germany scared of? Bundesbank to retrieve $200bn of gold reserves - This Is Money
‘Physical Gold’ to gain on German repatriation plan - BullionStreet
German gold move may spark ‘chain reaction’ - UPI

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