According to the World Gold Council (WGC), in 2018, the gold medal of the global central bank reached the second highest in history.
According to the WGC, the number of gold that the central banks bought from around the world was the highest since 1967, and was the highest level since the US President Nixon decided to end the dollar against the $ 1971 gold dollar.
In 2018, the global central bank bought gold at 651.5 tonnes, 74% more than the previous year. The WGC estimates that the global central bank has almost 34,000 tons of gold.
The report states that the FED is far more remote than the US exchange reserves are about three quarters.
If the gold spot of the current spot becomes $ 1321.15 per vessel, in 2018, the global central bank buys gold $ 27.7 million.
WGC said in a report released on Thursday: "In the last year, political and economic uncertainty increased, global central banks were invited to diversify their exchange reserves and invest in active liquid liquids.
The WGC bought some of its central banks, and most of Russia bought it. In 2018, the Russian central bank tightened the US bonds completely and bought 274.3 tons of gold.