Thursday, 18 September 2014

Gold Manipulation: China Opens Gold Market to Foreigners Amid Price Ambition.


  Money talks, whatever we can speculate about the Gold in the end the buyers will decide on its price. It is one more very important step to create the proper market for the physical Gold where the consumers are based and avoid the manipulation in the paper market.

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China will give foreign investors direct access to its gold market for the first time today as the biggest-consuming nation seeks to exert more influence over prices while boosting the yuan’s global use.
The Shanghai Gold Exchange will start trading contracts in the city’s free-trade zone that will be linked to its domesticspot market and available to about 40 international members including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and UBS AG. Access was previously limited to some Chinese subsidiaries. Gold in China this year cost as much as $31 an ounce more and $42 less than the London spot price, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
China, which overtook India as the biggest bullion buyer in 2013, wants to establish a benchmark price in Asia by opening up trading to a larger pool of investors. It’s also pushing to reduce controls over the movement of capital across its borders after policy makers pledged last year to carry out the widest expansion of economic freedoms since the 1990s.
“It’s indicative of the ambition to move the gold market more to where the consumption is,” Victor Thianpiriya, commodity strategist at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., said by phone from Singapore. “It makes sense that price discovery occurs in the center of consumption.” Read more on Bloomberg."