China is closer to the gold standard
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China Securities Index Co launched two gold-linked stock indices to cash in on surging demand for exposure to the safe-haven metal.
The new indexes include shares of global gold miners such as Newmont Corporation and Barrick Gold.
In response to Western responses to military conflicts, Chinese government-affiliated researchers are considering several strategies for China.
One is the issuance of gold-denominated bonds, supported by gold reserves, which would bolster economic resilience and establish China as a stable global player.
Another approach involves creating a global network of Chinese companies to diversify trade relationships and reduce vulnerability to sanctions.
Additionally, seizing American assets within China is seen as a retaliatory measure to protect Chinese interests and discourage unilateral actions by the U.S.
These strategies reported through Reuters collectively aim to ensure China's economic stability and global influence in an evolving geopolitical landscape.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's emphasis on switching to national currencies in bilateral trade during his discussions with Russian President Vladimir Putin signifies a notable shift in Turkey's economic and geopolitical strategy.
Erdogan: Switching to national currencies in bilateral trade is important.
The development of a natural gas hub within Turkey dovetails with this shift in economic strategy.
Putin also stated that Russia will soon deliver free grain to Africa.
"I can say that, in our view, the Arab world and the Asia-Pacific region have been clearly 'begging' to join BRICS, as they have no representation there today.
But we will see exactly what we can offer to the leaders regarding this, and leave this to the leaders to decide at the summit in Johannesburg," he concluded.
It is proposed to 'place a specialized international precious metals exchange headquartered in Moscow' using the 'new international standard MWS' as the 'basis of the structure.'
It is also proposed to establish a Price Fixing Committee.
Subject to the application of the MWS standard, it will include the central banks and the largest banks of the Eurasian Economic Union countries represented in the precious metals market.
According to the Russian department, it is necessary to 'bet on fixing prices in the national currencies of the key member countries, or on new units of international settlements, such as the new unit of settlements proposed by the president of Russia within the member countries of the BRICS organization.'