Central bank’s of the worlds developed economies continued to add to their gold reserves in the past month, and taking advantage of the price falling off some 20 percent from the start of the year. The premise for central banks of developing nations to have gold as a part of their foreign exchange reserves is to provide some diversification against their predominantly US dollar holdings.
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