Koos Jansen: We paid for a copy of the Fort Knox audit report, so where is it
Submitted by cpowell on Tue, 2016-11-15 16:12. Section: Daily Dispatches
11:15a ET Tuesday, November 15, 2016
1) Are governments and central banks surreptitiously involved in the gold market, directly or through intermediaries, or not?
2) If governments and central banks are surreptitiously involved in the gold market, is it just for fun — to see whose trading desk can outperform the others — or is it for the traditional policy objectives of government intervention, to protect government currencies and bonds and national stock markets against adverse developments in free markets?
3) Is government subversion of free markets in the public interest? Even if governments should intervene in markets, should that intervention be open and accountable instead of deceptive, or would open and accountable intervention quickly lose effectiveness?
4) Are there any forgeries among the documents of this surreptitious intervention that are compiled here?: