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Jan Skoyles: Suspicion endures about Bundesbank's gold repatriation
8:38a ET Friday, August 25, 2017
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
GoldCore's Jan Skoyles today reviews the continuing suspicions around the German Bundesbank's repatriation of some of its gold from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. She credits GATA and Germany's "Repatriate Our Gold" movement for causing the Bundesbank to feel a need to "build trust and confidence domestically." Skoyles' commentary is headlined "The Truth about Bundesbank Repatriation of Gold from U.S." and it's posted at GoldCore here:
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