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The Central Bank of China Extends Gold Buying

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Date: January 7, 2023

China Extends Gold Buying With Fresh Flows to Central Bank.
The People's Bank of China raised its holdings by 30 tons in December, according to data on its website on Saturday.
This follows November's addition of 32 tons, and brings the nation's holdings to a total of 2,010 tons.
Sources: bloomberg

Egypt to trade in local currencies with BRICS

Egypt will abandon the US dollar, establishing trade with BRICS countries in local currencies. Egypt has announced that they are ditching the US dollar in their trade with China, Russia, and India.
"Nothing of the sort has been implemented but there are discussions so that we can trade in local currencies of countries like India, Russia or China," Egyptian Supply Minister Ali Moselhy told Reuters.
Last year, Egypt formally applied to join BRICS and the SCO.

Xi Jinping to Visit Saudi Arabia before the end of the year

China's Xi Jinping to Visit Saudi Arabia Amid Global Reshuffling.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is planning to visit Saudi Arabia before the end of the year, according to people familiar with preparations for the trip, as Beijing and Riyadh seek to deepen ties and advance a vision of a multipolar world where the U.S. no longer dominates the global order.
Sources: wsj

Vatican entities to move all funds to Vatican ASAP

Pope Francis instructs Vatican entities to move all funds to the Vatican bank by September 30.
Pope Francis has ordered that the Holy See and connected entities move all financial assets to the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR), commonly known as the Vatican bank.
The subject of the transfer are the institutions connected with the Holy See that are holders of financial assets and liquidity, in whatever form they are held.
Source: catholicnewsagency.com

Central banks bought a record amount of gold

Record central bank buying lifts global gold demand, WGC says.
Central banks bought a record 399 tonnes of gold worth around $20 billion in the third quarter of 2022, helping to lift global demand for the metal, the World Gold Council (WGC) said on Tuesday.
Sources: reuters.com

Global currency debasement

Economy hits debt saturation point. Global economy has no capacity to carry any more debt - Max Keiser.
The new higher levels of debt that many countries are now moving towards are going to be sustainable without imposing significant costs on growth as well as equity within their societies.
Every dollar that these central banks print will go directly into consumer price index inflation - and you will see it at the cash register immediately, and that is going to incredible social unrest.
Global debt to GDP is now at all-time high in Q1. Overall debt for the non financial-sector now worth 252% of global GDP.
Get ready for extreme global currency debasement.
Sources:twitter.com/GoldTelegraph, cointelegraph.com

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