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Sunday, June 17, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

A member of www.LeMetropole Cafe sent me the
following:

"The CEO of Goldcorp is scheduled to be interviewed
on CNBC Monday at lunch time. Rally the troops this
weekend, get them to e-mail CNBC with questions, and
phone in if possible. I have been on the phone this
morning with Agnico Eagle Mines and discussed their
successful secondary equity offering and the company's
anti-hedge policy."

Coincidentally, I had a very pleasant conversation with
the CEO of Goldcorp, Bob McEwen, on Friday. He and
Goldcorp are:

-- Very supportive of GATA.

-- Very appreciative of the consistent efforts we have
made over the last three years.

-- Believers that gold should primarily be marketed
for what it is -- money -- rather than as jewelry.

Bob will be ringing the bell to close the trading on
Monday at the New York Stock Exchange.

Bob Chapman put out the following in his most
recent commentary on this superb gold company.

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You are all invited.

Goldcorp Inc.
R.S.V.P.
Tel: (416) 865-0326 ext. 2324
Email: rsvp@goldcorp.com

Robert R. McEwen, chairman and chief executive
officer, requests the pleasure of your company for
a celebration of the sixth anniversary of our listing
on the New York Stock Exchange and the successful
start-up of our new Red Lake Mine and its glittering
future.

Monday, June 18, 2001
Presentation: 4:30 p.m.
Reception: 5:30 p.m.
Board room of the New York Stock Exchange
(entrance at 18 Broad Street, New York, N.Y)

Red Lake production surges past feasibility target
June 13, 2001

Canada's Goldcorp Inc. has achieved the full-year
production target at its new Red Lake mine in less
than six months, producing 240,000 ounces of gold
at a cash cost of US$57 an ounce up to June 8....

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San Diego-area residents: I will be appearing on Jim
Puplava's popular "Financial Sense Newshour" on
KKSM-1320AM Monday, June 18, at 3:15 p.m. PDT.
There will be an Internet rebroadcast at
www.financialsense.com after 6 p.m. Pacific time.

BILL MURPHY, Chairman