Basel III and the Gold Standard
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The manipulation of paper trading will be minimized with Basel III unallocated limit restrictions.
Gold and silver prices are sure to rise in the run-up to full implementation of Basel 3 regulations as the metals become a risk-free tier 1 asset with liquidity equal to cash and financial establishments mandated to hold more physical leverage against debt.
Basel III implementation is just weeks away, ahead of the historic impact of unallocated position limit restrictions on the suppression of the gold and silver price.
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