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12-October 2013

by Tyler Durden

IMF To Use Gold Sale Proceeds To Fund Low-Income Countries

Gold may not be money, but the proceeds from selling it sure is, at least to the IMF, which moments ago announced that it has received government approval to "transfer the profits from gold sales low-income countries." Reuters reports that "The International Monetary Fund has received approval from its member nations to transfer the profits from gold sales conducted a few years ago to a fund to help low-income nations, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said on Thursday. "We have just reached the threshold of enough approval from our membership to transfer the existing gold profit to meet the financing needs of our low-income countries," she said at a news briefing opening the fall meetings of the IMF and World Bank."

What was left unsaid is that the bailout needs of the high-income countries, once the debt crisis comes back with a vengeance as it always does - which as the Keynesian uberminds have demonstrated can only be "solved" with more debt, more monetization, and more pent up inflation - will make sure that gold prices jump right back to new highs at which point the IMF can sell another batch of gold to fund the "poor countries" again, and so on, repeating the process until all fiath is extinguished, or until the IMF runs out of gold, whichever comes first.

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