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06-22-2015, 03:27 PM
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Could Greek Sell Its Gold Reserves?
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We are back from the IPMI conference in San Antonio, where most analysts were bullish palladium. Many were also concerned about the situation in Greece, leading them to question, Who's Next? Be sure to check out our full video coverage.

Speculation of the impact the Greek crisis could have on the gold market is only going to continue to heat up. Eleventh-hour negations between Greece and its creditors passed Thursday with no resolution. One bank is even hypothesizing a Greek gold sale. Read Neils Christensen's piece on German-based bank Commerzbank reflecting on whether Greece could sell some of its gold reserves to meet its debt obligation.

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Most market watchers expect Greece to default on its loan obligations. This situation is prompting increased demand for safe-haven gold.


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nickndfl
06-22-2015, 06:44 PM
It's far more interesting when it's confiscated than when it is simply sold and handed over.

Chump Change
06-22-2015, 08:12 PM
It's far more interesting when it's confiscated than when it is simply sold and handed over.

LOL

Interesting that you worded it that way
I look at this as a "learning lesson", too

Watch and avoid, if possible