I think this is a great example of why gold is so valuable.
When I read the above article, I was shocked.
The Saudi government has been using gold to finance the purchase of oil.
The gold is used to purchase oil from fields.
Saudi Arabia is the largest producer of oil in the world and is one of the world’s largest oil exporters.
The Saudis are buying oil in order to cover the cost of its debt.
It is a risky, but necessary, decision to borrow money to fund a debt payment.
I have been a long-time reader of this blog and the following is an excerpt from that post: “The Saudis have been spending money to buy oil from the U.S. and Europe.
They are spending money that the U,S., Europe and OPEC have lent to the Saudi government.
It’s not like Saudi Arabia is going bankrupt and has to borrow from the United States and Europe and be repaid by Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia’s central bank has more than doubled its reserves in gold over the past year.
Saudi’s central banking has already doubled its gold reserves to $100 billion.
The kingdom has over $500 billion of reserves in other currencies.
What’s more, gold is a store of value.
Gold is not only a store, it is also a storehouse of value because it can be converted to any other asset.
The price of gold will fluctuate, depending on whether you have money or not.
It will always go up or down, but it’s also a stable asset.
But gold isn’t the only way to invest in Saudi Arabia.”
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It has a fixed value and is denominated in US dollars.
I don’t want to say that the gold price of the Saudi Arabian riyal is going to rise to $1,000 per ounce, but this is not the case.
The world is not going to end anytime soon.
If the gold is bought and sold at $1 per ounce for a year, and Saudi Arabia pays off its debt, it will still be worth less than $100.
“The Saudi government’s interest in gold is due to its large reserves of the metal, which are backed by Saudi oil.
Saudi oil is a commodity with a proven history of producing oil.
It was originally a commodity that was traded in markets for its natural gas and other resources.
But after decades of being underweight, Saudi Arabia decided to sell its oil for gold and to use the gold as a medium of exchange.
As of April 2018, Saudi had a total of $1.4 trillion in gold reserves.
Saudi Aramco is the biggest producer of Saudi oil and it is the Saudi state oil company.
According to a report from Reuters, Saudi Aramo is holding about $1 trillion of gold in its gold vault.
Saudi Gold had $3.8 billion of gold reserves at the end of 2017, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Azerbaijan, the country that has the most gold reserves in the entire world, is not as popular with investors as Saudi Arabia or Iran.
Azerbaijan is not an oil producer, and has little oil in it.
Azerbaijan’s central banks have taken a very conservative approach to its gold holdings, and have only invested in a handful of companies in the last five years.
In 2019, the Azerbaijani government decided to cut the gold reserves from 2.5 million ounces to 1 million ounces.
It also decided to purchase 1 million of the gold bars that had been stored at the Ministry of Foreign Trade in Baku for $3 billion.
This announcement was widely interpreted as a bid to keep the central bank from taking on more debt, since the central banks gold holdings are only at the reserve level of 1 million oz.
However, this decision was not backed by any gold.
Baku’s central bankers decision to sell these bars, however, was backed by the central banking reserves of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab UAE.
All of this indicates that Saudi Arabia has already taken a substantial risk in buying gold.
They can afford to pay more for gold because it has more reserves, but if the Saudi Kingdom wants to take the risk, they should not be selling the gold.
The dollar is the world reserve currency.
It can only be used as an exchange medium.
It cannot be used for a currency.
So why is gold worth so much more than other currencies? The answer