Central banks can't break gold link

According to this article published by Miningmx this week, gold holdings by central banks have declined to their lowest level in 60 years.

"But although the global financial system no longer revolves around gold, the ability of central banks to make a significant exit from the metal is somewhat constrained due to the potential effect this will have on their remaining reserves," the article says.

"They're in gold and it's difficult to get out," according to an analyst the article quotes. "Central

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