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Belgium Denies To Repatriate Gold From The Uk

Last week I reported about the mystery check it out regarding the fine gold tonnage claimed to have been repatriated by the Netherlands and Germany in 2014 from New York (208 tonnes), and the drop in total foreign gold deposits disclosed by the Federal Reserve Bank Of New York (FRBNY) in 2014 (177 tonnes). The mystery that adds to a long list of oddities couldnt be clarified to me by the my company central bank of the Netherlands, Germany or US. Additionally, I called and emailed to the central bank of the Ukraine to ask whether they had deposited any gold in New York in 2014 that could help explain the mysterious 31 tonnes gap. Until now, all four central bank were reluctant to say anything that could restore their common credibility, but perhaps one will in the future still waiting on email reply from the central bank of the Ukraine, but I doubt it will help. There is enough evidence European countries , among others, are nervous about the security of their official gold reserves stored abroad who wouldnt be if unprecedented amounts of physical gold were moving to Asia while Western consultancy firms are clearly underreporting this trend . Accidentally there are more and more stories popping up that might be a backwash from the tension between the big custodians (FRBNY, BOE) and the gold owners. This story about Belgium repatriating 200 tonnes from the UK, which was officially denied after a few hours by the NBB, makes the story of the Netherlands that bought 10 tonnes last December , which was also officially denied after a few hours, more suspicious. I hate to speculate, though our central banks and the impossibility of the numbers they put out force me to speculate apparently there is no other option. The fact the 31 tonnes gap is not being elucidated by the central banks in concert might signal these central banks have something to hide.
More: http://news.goldseek.com/GoldSeek/1423146296.php

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