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GATA offers keepsake Krugerrands for donations of $525

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3:14a ET Monday, December 3, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Our excursion to the New Orleans Investment Conference
was a big success and a little emotional.

Not long ago GATA Chairman Bill Murphy was finding
doors barred to him. Now he is being invited as a
speaker to international conferences.

The New Orleans conference was especially important to
us because of its traditional orientation to gold and

Report from New Orleans: Great presentations and a magnificent contribution

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Here is the text of GATA Chairman Bill
Murphy's address to the New Orleans
Investment Conference today, Thursday,
November 29, 2001

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Hello, everyone. I would like to extend a special
greeting to those Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee
supporters who have come from all over the world to
attend this conference.

Two years ago from this very podium I presented
evidence the gold market was manipulated by a cartel of

GATA Chairman Bill Murphy''s address to New Orleans Investment Conference

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By Thom Calandra
www.CBSMarketWatch.com
November 26, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS.MW) -- Another Bank of England
gold auction is in the cards this week, making believers
in the precious metal as rare a find as a Nasdaq bear.

The central bank's auction of 20 tons of the metal Tuesday
is part of a dogged sale program. In the previous auction,
the bank got $280 an ounce, one week after the Sept. 11

Believers in gold are still rare, but Thom Calandra remains one

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6:44p ET Sunday, November 25, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA Chairman Bill Murphy was interviewed live for
about five minutes Saturday morning by the Australian
Broadcasting Co. for a nationwide radio broadcast. It
was probably our greatest publicity success in
Australia so far. Here are some e-mail responses:

"Bill, I was surprised to hear your interview on ABC Radio
this morning while I was driving. First time I have heard

GATA Chairman Murphy interviewed on national radio in Australia

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10:32p ET Saturday, November 24, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

One of GATA's first and more generous supporters, the
internationally known novelist Arthur Hailey, is striking
another blow for the gold cause with the paperback
republication by Berkley Books of "The Moneychangers."

Hailey's publicist, Diane Phillips of Diane Phillips &
Associates of Nassau, Bahamas, has provided a couple

Hailey strikes a blow for gold by republishing "The Moneychangers"

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3:33p ET Friday, November 23, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Two of our friends recently raised with me by e-mail an issue
that may be on the minds of others.

The first wrote: "Has anyone ever thought that when the media
start saying that the gold market is manipulated to control spot
prices, your average investor would take this as a reason to stay
away from gold? Sometimes one can't even win for winning!"

Will exposure of price manipulation actually hurt gold?

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9:30p ET Thursday, November 22, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

For those of you attending the New Orleans Investment
Conference next week, here are the details of the
reception for GATA friends and supporters.

It will be held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Thursday,
November 29, in the Borgne Room on the third floor of
the conference hotel, the New Orleans Sheraton, 500
Canal Street. We'll have a lot of nice snacks and

Time and place for GATA reception Nov. 29 in New Orleans

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12:34a ET Sunday, November 18, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Jay Taylor's latest commentary, posted at Gold-Eagle, is
interesting and very supportive. It suggests that people
just might be waking up to the suppression of the gold
price. You can find it here:

http://www.gold-eagle.com/gold_digest_01/taylor111901.html

Jay Taylor''s latest commentary suggests that people are waking up

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Newmont Mining to Buy Normandy, Franco-Nevada
in Bid to Become World's Largest Gold Producer

By CATHERINE TSAI
Associated Press Writer
November 14, 2001

DENVER (AP) -- Newmont Mining Corp. has agreed to acquire
Australia's Normandy Mining Ltd. and Canada's Franco-Nevada
Mining Corp. for $4.4 billion in cash and stock in a bid to
create the world's largest gold producer.

The combined company, which would surpass South Africa's

Newmont to combine with Normandy and Franco-Nevada

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2:30p ET Wednesday, November 14, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Please excuse the erroneous transmission to you
earlier today of my newspaper column in Connecticut,
which had nothing to do with GATA and gold. It was
caused by my hasty mistake, pushing the wrong buttons
on the computer. Sorry for the clutter.

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer

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