Cbga Gold Agreement

t.co/Jp7ym8ndMs “Under the agreement, the European Central Bank (ECB), the 11 national central banks of the nations, which then participated in the new European currency, as well as that of Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom to ensure that gold remains an important component of the world`s monetary reserves and limits its sales to 400 tons (12.9 million ounces) per year over the five years from September 1999 to September 2004, for a total of 2,000 tons (64.5 million ounces).” [2] The major European central banks did not start buying gold, but purchases from Poland and Hungary made the continent a net buyer. (Reports by Francesco Canepa and Peter Hobson; Writing by Jan Harvey) At Novem Gold, we eliminate the inconveniences of physical gold selling, the uncertainty of personal custody and verification issues when buying at once. It represents the best technology and expertise that fundamentally revolutionizes an industry…