'Infinite money and its consequences' is theme of CMRE spring meeting in NYC

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12:48p ET Saturday, January 6, 2007

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The spring dinner meeting of the Committee for Monetary Research and Education, scheduled for Thursday, May 10, in New York City, will have a theme of great interest to our crowd: "Infinite Money and Its Consequences." Among the speakers:

-- Henry C.K. Liu, economics writer for Asia Times and monetary policy adviser to several governments.

-- Forrest Capie, official historian of the Bank of England.

-- James Turk, founder of GoldMoney.com, editor of the Freemarket Gold & Money Report, and consultant to GATA.

-- Leonard Liggio, executive vice president of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation and a professor at George Mason University law School.

-- Adrian Day, editor of the Global Analyst letter and manager of Adrian Day Asset Management.

-- Michael T. Darda, chief economist for MKM Partners and a contributor to The Wall Street Journal and National Review.

-- And your secretary/treasurer.

The meeting will be moderated by CMRE board member Howard Segermark, whose Washington firm handles government relations.

Details are still being worked out but the meeting will be held in the late afternoon and evening at the beautiful Union League Club, 38 East 37th St., just a few blocks south of Grand Central Station, and will include the club's usual great dinner. Tickets have been in the range of $160.

For more information, e-mail CMRE's president, Elizabeth Currier, at cmre@bellsouth.net.

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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Admission is free for those who register in advance. The conference has arranged discount rates at the Pan Pacific Hotel adjacent to the convention center.

GATA will hold a reception at the conclusion of the conference: from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, January 22, in the Cypress Suite at the Pan Pacific, 999 Canada Place. The Cypress Suite is on the hotel's restaurant level, one floor above the lobby. The reception will offer snacks, a cash bar, and some brief remarks by GATA's delegates to the conference, including Chairman Bill Murphy. There will be no admission charge for the reception but so that we might prepare better, if you plan to attend please let Secretary/Treasurer Chris Powell know by e-mail at CPowell@GATA.org.

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