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#1 2017-03-12 02:52:30

Pirocco
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From: EUSSR
Registered: 2011-05-24
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World Gold Council data

For some years, I got supply/demand data there, simply along a registration - no paying required.
Now when trying to login I get a "CSRF2: Security error. The action you have requested is not allowed."
Luckily, I still found it (and way more than it showed me as logged in before), in google cache http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/s … nl&ct=clnk
What surprised me: it shows the consumer demand separately for alot worlds countries.
So apparently, import from / export to, or dealer buy / sales for those countries, get reported.
It just shows, how aware the top level chain is of what speculators (I assume that's what they mean with 'consumers") do.
Anyone else here also registered at gold.org & encountered that login error?


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#2 2017-03-12 06:50:52

Ipv6Ready
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From: North Sydney
Registered: 2016-01-08
Posts: 2,261
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Re: World Gold Council data

Each country I presume has an association that reports, question is how accurate is it.


WTB 4 to 6 grams of pure gold. Don't care if it is coin, bar or granules. Near spot, suits anyone who has been tempted to open a certicard or just have some granules to make a ring

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#3 2017-03-12 08:08:15

bron.suchecki
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From: Perth
Registered: 2016-02-12
Posts: 65

Re: World Gold Council data

On WGC demand reports, "consumers" does not refer to speculator, it means average people buying jewellery, gold bars etc, that is end consumption demand. I think Koos Jansen has demonstrated with the WGC's China figures that WGC does not include all investment/speculation, particularly institutional types (eg hedge funds etc). Their demand data is incomplete.

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