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Guest Post: Robert Pringle’s Comments on the 1999 UK Gold Sales

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A recent gold related article from newspaper ‘The Telegraph’ revisited the infamous United Kingdom gold sales of 1999 which were conducted under Chancellor of the Exchequer at the time Gordon Brown. This article prompted Robert Pringle, founder of Central Banking Publications, first executive director of the Group of 30, and former head of World Gold Council’s public policy unit, to contribute some fascinating observations about the infamous Gordon Brown gold sales based on Pringle’s own personal experiences and recollections of the event. Continue reading… Powered by WPeMatico Post Views: 4

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A recent gold related article from newspaper ‘The Telegraph’ revisited the infamous United Kingdom gold sales of 1999 which were conducted under Chancellor of the Exchequer at the time Gordon Brown.

This article prompted Robert Pringle, founder of Central Banking Publications, first executive director of the Group of 30, and former head of World Gold Council’s public policy unit, to contribute some fascinating observations about the infamous Gordon Brown gold sales based on Pringle’s own personal experiences and recollections of the event. Continue reading…

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