William Engdahl: China, gold prices, and U.S. default threatson October 23, 2013 at 21:40
6:15p ICT Wednesday, October 23, 2013
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Writing for Russia Nowadays, geopolitical and market analyst William Engdahl outlines the interest of the U.S. government and Wall Street in suppressing the price tag of gold. Engdahl’s commentary is headlined “China, Gold Costs, and U.S. Default Threats” and it’s posted at RT right here:
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