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|Czech Central Bank Plans Tenfold Increase in Gold Holdings, New Governor...
The incoming governor of the Czech National Bank (CNB), Aleš Michl, has said he plans to increase the institution's gold holdings almost tenfold from the current 11 tonnes to 100 tonnes. Michl also said he will ask the bank's foreign exchange reserves management team to invest in stocks. Growing the CNB's Shareholding
The incoming governor of the Czech National Bank (CNB), Aleš Michl, has said gold is good for diversification because 'it has zero correlation with stocks.' Therefore, under his stewardship, the CNB hopes to increase its holdings of the commodity from the current 11 tonnes to 100 tonnes or even more. However, this will be done gradually, the incoming governor said.
With this plan, which sees the bank's gold holdings grow by almost ten times, the new CNB boss, as one report noted, is seemingly following in the footsteps of other European central banks that have either repatriated or bought more tonnes of gold. For instance, the Hungarian central bank revealed in 2018 that it had grown its gold holdings tenfold while the Polish central bank is reported to have done the same in 2019.
Meanwhile, in his remarks during a wide-ranging interview with the Czech publication Ekonom, Michl, a conservative economist, also said he will propose to increase the CNB's shareholding in stocks from the current 16 percent of reserves to 20 percent or more. He argued that central banks in Switzerland and Israel are already doing this and so are large state sovereign wealt...