Behind Gold crash: 5 tonnes dumped on Chinese market - ANZ

FXStreet (Bali) - According to ANZ, The sudden collapse in gold prices earlier in Asia was due to 5 tonnes of bullion being dumped on the Chinese market. As the Bank states, "half an hour after the market opened we saw 5 tonnes of gold sold through the Shanghai gold exchange, which is way above normal levels."

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