Archive for January, 2013

The Black Sea Hots Up

The Black Sea Hots Up

| January 31, 2013

Interest in this underexplored area has increased recently, spurred on by Romania’s first deepwater discovery. We look at the results and implications of recent drilling in the Black Sea.

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The Germans Want Their Gold Reserves Back In Germany

The Germans Want Their Gold Reserves Back In Germany

| January 19, 2013

The first major sign that trust between central banks across the globe could be deteriorating.

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Germany Repatriating Gold From NY, Paris ‘In Case Of A Currency Crisis’

Germany Repatriating Gold From NY, Paris ‘In Case Of A Currency Crisis’

| January 16, 2013

Officials at the Bundesbank acknowledged the move is “preemptive” in case a “currency crisis” hits the European Monetary Union.

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Why Germany Wants its 674 Tons of Gold Back

Why Germany Wants its 674 Tons of Gold Back

| January 16, 2013

German fixation on its gold comes at a time when the world of finance seems in chaos.

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Germany to Move 674 Tons of Gold

Germany to Move 674 Tons of Gold

| January 16, 2013

More than two-thirds of Germany’s gold reserves, valued at 137 billion euros, or $183 billion, is abroad, stored in vaults in New York, Paris and London.

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