Are Central Banks Suppressing The Gold Price?

A discussion with Dave Russell about the practicalities of Central Bank intervention and whether it has had any real impact on the gold price over the long term.

With a 9.25% annual return (US Dollar) since 1998, despite Central Bank intervention, gold has been one of the best-performing assets, outperforming official inflation figures over the same period. So, we ask, are Central Banks actually any good at suppressing the gold price?

Video Length: 00:24:27

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