Target2 - Rocket propulsion for the price of gold
Target2 - an expression that is used in the media, especially because of the German economist Professor Sinn. Sinn has long assumed that the equalization system among the national central banks in the Eurosystem, which is operated by the European Central Bank (ECB), will cause trouble. The latest developments have once again highlighted the inequalities in Target2 balances. The Deutsche Bundesbank balance alone rose by 27 percent to 1.15 trillion euros from January to September. An immense sum that will probably never be properly served. Target2 balances come about when national central banks lend money to their domestic companies so that they can pay for deliveries from other countries, for example.
Overall, there is an imbalance of 1.5 trillion euros in the ECB's Target2 system. If Target2 were to collapse, the Deutsche Bundesbank would probably be left sitting on its claims against other central banks. Approximately 400 billion Euro could probably survive an end of Target2 as receivables. But that is not enough. Since the Bundesbank owns 26.38 percent of the ECB's capital, the Bundesbank is also liable for defaults accordingly. An obligation to make additional contributions of around 400 billion euros could thus be met, even though the majority of Target2's receivables for Germany are defaulted.
In order for the Euro system to survive such a Target2 failure shock, a lot of liquidity should be pumped into the market again. This should weaken the euro and further fuel the devaluation race against the US dollar. The winner: the gold price in all currencies, and thus also gold companies such as Filo Mining or Fury Gold.
Filo Mining is developing the high-grade Filo del Sol copper-gold project located on the Chile-Argentina border. Near-surface gold discoveries characterize the project.
Fury Gold Mines, an exploration and development company, is focused on three productive mining regions in Canada At the Eau Claire project in Quebec, a 50,000-metre drill program will begin soon.
Latest company information and press releases from Filo Mining ( https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/filo-mining-corp/) and Fury Gold Mines ( https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/fury-gold-mines-ltd/).
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