Authored by Louis Cammarosano via Smaulgld.com,
Deutsche Bundesbank gold reserves shrink 45 tons over the past ten years.
German Central Bank holdings fall From 3,420.6 tons at the end of Q2 2007 to 3375.6 tons, a drop of 1,446,783 ounces. German gold reserves have decreased 1.3% over ten years.
Bring the Gold Home & Sell Some Deutsche Bundesbank, the central bank of Germany, has gained a high profile for its insistence on repatriating a good portion of its gold from vaults at the New York Fed, the Bank of England of London and the Bank of France in Paris. We have been covering the German gold repatriation story since they made their request in 2013 here, here, here and here.
The German repatriation requests aimed to rebalance the Deutsche Bundesbank’s gold holdings from nearly 70% held abroad to 50% held within Germany’s borders. The German Central Bank announced earlier this year that it has nearly completed its plan to repatriate its gold.
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Jul 8, 2017.