The Validity of International Gold Movement Statistics

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TABLES AND CHARTS
TABLE PAGE
1. Comparison of Annual Gold Movements and Ratio of Pairs of Statistics for Selected Countries for 1900, 1907, 1928 and 1935. 12
2. Comparison of Quarterly Gold Movements and Ratios of Pairs of Statistics for Selected Countries for 1900, 1907, 1928 and 1935. 14
3. Test of Quarterly Gold Statistics (1900, 1907, 1928, 1935). 30
CHART
1. Ratio and Magnitude of Gold Movement Statistics of Pairs of Countries, Yearly Sums. 18
2. Ratio and Magnitude of Gold Movement Statistics of Pairs of Countries, Quarterly Sums, pre-World War I. 20
3. Ratio and Magnitude of Gold Movement Statistics of Pairs of Countries, Quarterly Sums, post-World War I. 22
4. Cumulative Monthly Gold Movement Statistics for Pairs of Countries from Respective Sources, 1900, 1907,1928. 24
5. Comparison of Statistics of Monthly Net Gold Movements between United Kingdom and Germany, 1900-1913, 1931-1936. facing page26
6. Comparison of Statistics of Monthly Net Gold Movements between United States and United Kingdom, 1925-1938. facing page27
7. Cumulative Discrepancies in Reported Net Gold Movements between United Kingdom and Germany, 1900-1913, 1931-1936 (Cumulative Values and Percentages). 27
8. Cumulative Discrepancies in Reported Net Gold Movements between United States and United Kingdom, 1925-1938 (Cumulative Values and Percentages). 29

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  • I. Introduction 1
  • Ii. Uses of Gold Movement Statistics 5
  • Iii. the Test of Validity 9
  • V. Summary and Conclusions 38
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