Miles Harris: Global Central Bank Rift Grows, Gold vs. US Dollar


Miles Harris
Aug 5, 2021

Of course Central Banks work together towards fulfilling their role of ever greater control but their remains a high degree of competition between their endeavours and it is clear now that Central Bank policy differs widely around the world due to the vested interests involved.

The Washington consensus really appears to be giving way towards a new global consensus that places a key value upon a nations own self determination as opposed to that determined by outside interests. This is keenly reflected by the differing attitudes towards gold among global central banks. With the likes of the ECB marking gold to market they have a clear interest in ensuring a healthy gold price is maintained. This is juxtaposed by the likes of Canada, with no gold reserves, and the Fed with a fixed gold price of $42.22 per oz.


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