“Eurozone countries with high debt burdens and unsustainably high bond yields should unlock the value of their otherwise yieldless gold reserves by using it as collateral, and thereby borrow cheaply for at least that portion of their financing needs.”

5 comments on ““Eurozone countries with high debt burdens and unsustainably high bond yields should unlock the value of their otherwise yieldless gold reserves by using it as collateral, and thereby borrow cheaply for at least that portion of their financing needs.”
  1. Hegelian Dialectic says:

    Yeas, yeas, YEAS!…Look deeeeeeeeeep into my eyes…you are getting veeeeeery sleeeepy. When I snap my fingers, you will give me aaaaaaallllllllll your yeildless, $200-to-$1600-in-a-couple-of-years, gold. And you will take, in return, my electronically generated debt. My ones , my zeeeeros. BWA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA!!!!

  2. thomas says:

    in a word… no!,

  3. Vonda Bra says:

    Never ever !!!

  4. MirrorMirror says:

    Obviously the EU wants to buy cheap Gold.

    Didn’t Rothschild effectively do this Bonds just after Napoleon lostz ….
    …. and then bought ALL the UK Govt. Bonds at rock bottom price . ;-)
    If they do sell … I will be waiting for them :lol:

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