China’s Central Bank Buys 100 Tons Of Gold As Trade and Dollar Tensions With U.S. Escalate

by GoldCore

◆ China has added more than 100 tons of gold bullion bars to its gold reserves since it resumed buying in December; China’s gold holdings rose to 62.64m ounces in September, an increase of 190,000 ounces in one month

◆ The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) increased it’s gold reserves for a 10th straight month in September, reinforcing its standing as one of the major official accumulators as many creditor nation central banks stock up on the precious metal

◆ China and central banks around the world need a hedge against their massive, near non yielding dollar holdings and central banks are trying to reduce their exposure to the dollar

◆ Investors globally need a hedge due to their massive dollar and negative interest rate bond and fiat currency exposure





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