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Gold Fixing

The determination of the price of gold. Gold fixing is done twice per day by the London gold pool, which consists of five members who investigate the supply and demand for gold on the world market. The price that gold fixing determines serves as a benchmark for gold trading worldwide.

gold fix

The setting of the price of gold by dealers so as to establish values for gold bullion, gold products, and gold-related products. The price of gold is fixed twice a day in each of the world's gold centers. See also fix.
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Analysts are of the view that China's central bank will soon allow a yuan-denominated gold fix, Reuters has reported.
The 95-year-old London gold fix is similar to the silver fix except it relies on four banks (Barclays, FISBC Holdings, Bank of Nova Scotia and Societe General) and one of its banks was fined recently for manipulating the price.
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FR) and Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE: BNS) (TSX: BNS) - have been accused in a US lawsuit of manipulating the London gold fix, an age-old pricing of gold twice daily, according to a report by Bloomberg.
While there's no evidence the gold fix is being manipulated, economists and academics have said the way the benchmark is set is outdated, vulnerable to abuse, and lacking in any direct regulatory oversight.
At Catterick, Mick Channon''s Gold Fix drops into selling company and can make the most of a weak field to score in the Ladies'' Evening Selling Stakes.
Aside from the experience, Tim, a police press officer, vividly remembers meeting Jimmy and receiving his gold Fix It badge.