Mittwoch, 24. August 2011

Ist Gold die Weltwährung?

Mish meint ja und zitiert Greenspan:

"The euro is breaking down and the process of its breaking down is creating very considerable difficulties in the European banking system.”

“Gold, unlike all other commodities, is a currency. And the major thrust in the demand for gold is not for jewelry. It’s not for anything other than an escape from what is perceived to be a fiat money system, paper money, that seems to be deteriorating.

Hübsch auch das Zitat eines chinesischen Brokers:

“The European central banks won’t sell their gold because while it may be a means to raise cash, it definitely won’t be enough to settle their debts,” said Duan Shihua, head of corporate services at Haitong Futures Co., China’s largest brokerage by registered capital. “Besides, none of the central banks believe in the currencies of other countries.”

Wer z.B. mal sehen will, wie die Norwegische Zentralbank den "Euro" betrachtet:

http://www.norges-bank.no/en/price-stability/exchange-rates/

Euro countries

For exchange rates prior to introduction of the euro, please see Historical Monetary Statistics.

Country

ISO code

Currencies

AustriaATSSchilling (Euro)
Belgium and LuxembourgBEFFranc (Euro)
CyprusCYPPound (Euro)
EstoniaEEKKroon (Euro)
FinlandFIMMark (Euro)
FranceFRFFranc (Euro)
GermanyDEMMark (Euro)
GreeceGRDDrachme (Euro)
IrelandIEPPound (Euro)
ItalyITLLire (Euro)
MaltaMTLLira (Euro)
NetherlandsNLGGulder (Euro)
PortugalPTEEscudos (Euro)
SlovakiaSKKKoruna (Euro)
SloveniaSITTolar (Euro)
SpainESPPesetas (Euro)

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