Demand trends for gold in 2018 from central banks is at its highest since 1971. 2019 looks to continue this strong buying from central banks. We discuss the impact of central bank buying and what consequences it could have for the US dollar long term. A recent article put forth by Stefan Gleason for Money Metals Exchange sheds light on how central banks use gold using Venezuela’s recent Bank of England issue as an example.
We review the demand trends for gold and silver in 2019. The Silver Institute put out a press release looking at industrial demand, photovoltaic demand, India demand, and finally jewelry demand.
Q&A: What does ‘Bullion’ mean and what makes up the mark up on precious metals.