Daily Dispatches

Indians plow 2.95 tonnes of gold into banks

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By Andrew Topf
Mining.com, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Sunday, July 31, 2016

The Indian government's plan to incentivize households to hand their gold over to banks in return for interest payments appears to be working.

In GoldSeek Radio interview, GATA Chairman Murphy covers silver's struggle

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7:32p ET Sunday, July 31, 2016

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Ed Steer: A golden rescue on the Comex?

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By Ed Steer
Ed Steer's Gold and Silver Daily
via GoldSeek.com
Saturday, July 31, 2016

Once again I was wrong about this week's Commitment of Traders Report in silver for positions held at the close of Comex trading on Tuesday. Although the commercial net short position in gold decreased by the expected smallish amount, there was a tiny increase in silver once again.

Ronan Manly: Austrian Mint sold 41 tonnes of gold coins and bars in 2015

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By Ronan Manley
Bullion Star, Singapore
Sunday, July 31, 2016

Morgan Stanley warns currency traders that worst is still to come for dollar

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By Rebecca Spalding
Bloomberg News
Saturday, July 30, 2016

The dollar is set to fall 5 percent in the next few months, the Federal Reserve isn't raising interest rates any time soon, and U.S. economic data is only going to get worse.

BMG Bullion's White cites Australian study of gold price suppression

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9:04a ET Saturday, July 30, 2016

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Institutions will start buying miners, fund adviser Belkin tells KWN

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3:45p ET Friday, July 29, 2016

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Gold bargains gone as Sibanye sees few chances for a deal

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By Kevin Crowley
Bloomberg News
Friday, July 29, 2016

The gold market shot up so fast that opportunities to make a big acquisition are now scarce, according to Sibanye Gold Ltd.

Ronan Manly: Executives keep fleeing GLD

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By Ronan Manly
BullionStar.com, Singapore
Friday, July 29, 2016

IMF admits disastrous love affair with euro, apologizes for immolating Greece

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By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
The Telegraph, London
Thursday, July 28, 2016

The International Monetary Fund's top staff misled their own board, made a series of calamitous misjudgments in Greece, became euphoric cheerleaders for the euro project, ignored warning signs of impending crisis, and collectively failed to grasp an elemental concept of currency theory.

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