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. The final batch of 91 metric tons was shifted back to Frankfurt this year, the bank announced yesterday.
The bank is keeping a fair share of its gold in New York, but over the past few years it has repatriated 300 metric tons of the precious metal from there, too. This operation was scheduled to take until 2020, but with typical efficiency the Germans completed the transfer ahead of schedule.
Cuantos repetían que ese oro no existía... lo han debido de comprar en el mercado, mientras su precio bajaba?
Ya que hay mil veces mas oro en papel que físico.... como era eso?