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From: toooldtodie4/19/2021 7:00:15 AM
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China clears the way for a massive amount of gold imports


Rajan Dhall Monday April 19, 2021 06:05




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( Kitco News) - China has cleared the way for gold imports A weekend Reuters exclusive report has suggested about 150 tonnes of gold (worth $8.5 billion at current prices) is likely to be shipped into China following the green light from Beijing, four sources said.

The report continued to say two people in the know said the gold would be shipped in April and two said it would arrive over April and May. China brings in the bulk of its gold from South Africa, Switzerland, and Australia. Recently the economic superpower has had trade disputes with Australia and it is not clear if this could mean less gold could come from the nation.

China has on average imported gold worth about $600 million a month, or roughly 10 tonnes, Chinese customs data show. In 2019, its imports ran at about $3.5 billion a month, or roughly 75 tonnes. This order is clearly much larger.

The source said, “China has given domestic and international banks permission to import large amounts of gold into the country.” Reuters sources. The move is cited as “potentially helping to support global gold prices after months of declines,” by the news.

The report also noted, “India's demand for bullion has also rebounded from a pandemic-induced slump, with record-breaking imports in March of 160 tonnes of gold, an Indian government source told Reuters this month,”.

The chart below shows some more bullish activity for gold. The price recently broke out of its previous wave high and looks to be heading to the mean value area of the next distribution at $1809/oz. The next big resistance is at the gold horizontal line at $1851/oz. This much volume could send the price higher and it will be interesting to watch the price action over the coming months.



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