An inside story on the central bank gold agreement

Gold trading

The annual Davos conference organised by the World Economic Forum, which sells itself as ‘the international organisation for public-private cooperation’, is a binge for the super-elite. It includes politicians, as well as opinion leaders in culture and many fields other than money and finance. It is used by the top financiers and policy-makers more as a way of disseminating their policies rather than to test ideas against peers during the period of policy formulation. The below is an example

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