Associated Press
In this undated file picture publicly provided by German Central  Bank, gold ingots, are stored at their headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany.  A German newspaper reports the country's central bank will repatriate parts of its massive gold reserves worth about US $200 billion at current market rates from storage sites in the United States and in France. Daily Handelsblatt reported Tuesday Jan 15, 2013  the Bundesbank  plans to bring back to Germany some of its 1,500 tons of gold stored with the Federal Reserve in New York, and all of the 450 tons currently with the Bank of France in Paris. (AP Photo/hopd/Deutsche Bundesbank)

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