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German regulators backing a compromise on Basel III rules

German regulators are backing a compromise for passing new global banking rules aimed at avoiding a repeat of the 2007 financial meltdown, their representative at the talks said on Tuesday. 140 more words

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German Economy Steams Ahead in Boost to Euro Area Recovery


By Piotr Skolimowski

November 14, 2017, 2:00 AM EST Updated on November 14, 2017, 2:32 AM EST

  • Total output increased 0.8% in third quarter vs 0.6% estimate…

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Germans Become The World’s Biggest Buyers Of Gold

By Frank Holmes – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

When I talk about Indians’ well-known affinity for gold, I tend to focus on Diwali and the wedding season… 727 more words

Monetary Policy

The Truth About Bundesbank Repatriation Of Gold From US

By Mark O’Byrne – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

– Bundesbank has completed a transfer of gold worth €24B from France and U.S.
– Germany has completed domestic gold storage plan 3 years ahead of schedule…
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ECB QE poses possible risk to financial stability

The European Central Bank’s 2.3 trillion euros worth of asset buys propped up growth but failed to boost inflation and may have actually increased risks to financial stability, research published by the Bundesbank on Friday showed. 147 more words

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Bundesbank president urges ECB to halt asset buys

The ECB should quickly end asset buys next year as the outlook does not warrant the extension of its 2.3 trillion euro scheme, Bundesbank President Weidmann said, weighing in on the biggest issue facing the ECB this autumn. 111 more words

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Germany has pulled all of its gold out of Paris

In a secret operation that took five years to complete, Germany’s central bank moved 374 metric tons of gold, worth around $15 billion, out of vaults in Paris. 352 more words