Shanghai Gold Exchange

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China’s “Very Aggressive Program Of Gold Buying” In Motion Right Now – Frank Holmes

By Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange Mike Gleason: This is Mike Gleason with Money Metals Exchange. We are fortunate today to be joined by Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer at U.S. Global Investors. In 2006 Mr. Holmes was named Mining Fund Manager Of The Year by the Mining Journal. He is the co-author of … Continue reading

Making Sense Of China’s Gold Fix And Hungary’s Dim Sum Offering

By Marc Chandler, Marc to Market Blog Yesterday, China launched its first gold fix.  It will offer a fixing twice a day going forward yuan. The Shanghai Gold Exchange established the fix the same way it is done in London and New York, by prices submitted by financial institutions.  In China’s case, 18 institutions, including two foreign … Continue reading

BRICS Single Capital Market Possible In 5 Years, Russian Central Bank Deputy Gov Says

The Creation of a single capital market of the BRICS grouping of emerging market nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa — is possible in the next five years, Sergei Shvetsov, First Deputy Chairman of Russia’s central bank told Russia’s TASS news agency during his visit to China. “We understand that it is better to use … Continue reading

China Launches Its Gold Benchmark – Denominated In Yuan

China, the world’s largest gold consumer, launched on Tuesday a gold benchmark denominated in Yuan and plans to exert a stronger influence in the global market by better controlling the prices. It will also serve to increase the international credibility of its currency. The Shanghai Gold Exchange – the Chinese precious metals operator – has … Continue reading

New Silk Road Gold Trading Kicks Off As Kazakhstan And China Join Forces In Gold Market

By Koos Jansen, BullionStar The other day I bumped into a small but potentially important news item on the website of the Shanghai Gold Exchange. The article was published in Mandarin, of course, as the Chinese (authorities) hardly ever publish valuable information in English – most articles published in English have been intentionally written to communicate … Continue reading

How Much Gold Is China Importing And Does It Still Correlate To SGE Withdrawals?

By Koos Jansen, BullionStar We have some catching up to do in terms of discussing Chinese gold import in H1 2015 and how this relates to withdrawals from Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) vaults. For this post it’s advised you’ve read The Mechanics Of The Chinese Domestic Gold Market to have a basic understanding of the physical … Continue reading

The Chinese Gold Market: Lost In Translation

By Koos Jansen, BullionStar There are a few analyses making rounds on the internet about gold owned by the People’s Bank Of China (PBOC). I’m always interested in these analyses, as I like to be aware of all knowledge available on this subject, but I rarely agree with them. The big questions that remain in the … Continue reading

When Will China Disclose Its True Official Gold Reserves And How Much Is It?

By Koos Jansen, BullionStar Things are heating up in the Chinese gold market. First let’s go through the latest Shanghai Gold Exchange data and then we’ll continue to discuss the most recent developments regarding Chinese official gold reserves. Friday the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) released its trade report of week 11, 2015 (March 16 – 20). Withdrawals … Continue reading

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