Swiss National Bank President Thomas Jordan delivers a speech during a shareholders meeting in Bern, Switzerland, Friday, April 26, 2013. Jordan has for the first time disclosed where the central bank stashes its gold reserves, telling shareholders that most of it is kept at home but some is kept in Britain and Canada. 70 percent of the central bank’s 1,040 tons of gold is stored in Switzerland, while 20 percent is stashed with the Bank of England and 10 percent with the Bank of Canada. Letters read "Swiss National Bank". (AP Photo/Keystone, Peter Schneider)

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Swiss National Bank President Thomas Jordan delivers a speech during a shareholders meeting in Bern, Switzerland, Friday, April 26, 2013. Jordan has for the first time disclosed where the central bank stashes its gold reserves, telling shareholders that most of it is kept at home but some is kept in Britain and Canada. 70 percent of the central bank’s 1,040 tons of gold is stored in Switzerland, while 20 percent is stashed with the Bank of England and 10 percent with the Bank of Canada. Letters read "Swiss National Bank". (AP Photo/Keystone, Peter Schneider)
Swiss National Bank President Thomas Jordan delivers a speech during a shareholders meeting in Bern, Switzerland, Friday, April 26, 2013. Jordan has for the first time disclosed where the central bank stashes its gold reserves, telling shareholders that most of it is kept at home but some is kept in Britain and Canada. 70 percent of the central bank’s 1,040 tons of gold is stored in Switzerland, while 20 percent is stashed with the Bank of England and 10 percent with the Bank of Canada. Letters read "Swiss National Bank". (AP Photo/Keystone, Peter Schneider)
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