not as The Rothschild's are reporting *as per their site...
Perhaps we were too quick to pass over the world gold fixing stories and manipulations recently. Reading this banking article from the 1990s is a good lead-in for our strong suspicions that manipulations will go on as usual business in China.
Certainly this one from Forbes warrants more investigation that exceeds by light years any sleuthing acumen we may have. We'd expect one of the super gold 'investigative journalists' has already connected the dots.
Here's the Rothschild schematic of business governance.
The Rothschild Group withdrew from London gold fixing in 2004:Rothschild to pull out of gold market after 200 years
China Seeks Seat On Gold Fix Table. What Does It Mean For The Gold Price?
“…Delivery ratios [in China] reflect delivery of actual physical gold, rather than just contracts changing hands. In China, delivery ratios are commonly 30 to 40%, yet rarely exceed 5% on Comex, for example.”