Eurasian alliance plans its own gold standard
Gesara.news » News » Eurasian alliance plans its own gold standardNews Date: September 4, 2022
Towards the end of July, news emerged in the Russian media that Moscow and a number of its Eurasian allies are now reviewing a proposal to create an entirely new trading and pricing infrastructure for the international precious metals in order to both destroy London and New York's monopoly over global precious metals pricing and to stabilize the Russian gold market.
The basis of this new structure will be a new, specialized international precious metals brokerage headquartered in Moscow, which will rely on the MWS.
Russia is also proposing to fix prices of precious metals in the national currencies of key member countries or via a new monetary unit - such as the new BRICS currency proposed by Putin.
The price-fixing committee would include central banks and other large banks from the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).
Member states of the EEU are Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, and Armenia.
The idea would be to make membership attractive to big gold players like China, India, Venezuela, Peru, and other South American countries.
Sources: kitco.com, bullionstar.com
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