Daily Dispatches

We''ve got the goods on the manipulation scheme; help us mobilize Congress


By Myra P. Saefong
July 11, 2001

NEW YORK (CBS.MW) -- Shares of most metals companies
and gold futures prices shined Wednesday, reflecting
strong demand for the precious metal that surfaced
at the Bank of England's gold auction.

Earlier Wednesday, the Bank of England held its
second auction in a series of six that began in May.
It sold 643,600 ounces, or about 20 metric tons of

Gold rises on Bank of England auction results



July 9, 2001

Gold $266.50, up 80 cents
Silver $4.22, down 3 cents

The gold market is comatose as the Gold Cartel has gold
right back at its official price of $266. Meanwhile,
they have to be frantically trying to figure out how
they are going to get out of their massive short
positions. Time is NOT on their side (see below).

As GATA closes in, Treasury reclassifies West Point gold again


4:30p ET Friday, June 29, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Here's another generous special offer to GATA supporters.
It's from gold/resource/tech newsletter writer Ron Struthers,
who will donate to GATA half the subscription payments
made by GATA supporters. I think you'll find the description
of Struthers' newsletters very interesting.

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

Struthers newsletters will share subscription fees with GATA


11:41a ET Wednesday, June 27, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Here's excellent gold market commentary and analysis
of Barrick's acquisition of Homestake from Michael
Kosares, proprietor of www.USAGold.com, posted there
this morning.

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

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Market Commentary for June 27, 2001

By Michael Kosares

The workout phase of the gold-carry trade has arrived


Barrick Gold's Buyout of Homestake
Stokes Conspiracy Theorists

By Aaron L. Task
Senior Writer
June 25, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO -- Things aren't always what they seem on
Wall Street, particularly in the gold market. That
truism was glaringly evident today in the reaction to
news Homestake Mining agreed to an $8.71 per share
buyout offer from Barrick Gold.

At first glance, the deal was greeted as one might

Analysis and comment on Barrick''s acquisition of Homestake


11:47p ET Monday, June 25, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Reg Howe reports that an additional brief he
was trying to file in our lawsuit in U.S.
District Court has made it into the official
record of the case. You can read his update


CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer

Additional Howe brief accepted in lawsuit


(This is the top of the Homestake press release.)

TORONTO, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Barrick Gold Corporation and
Homestake Mining Company today announced plans to merge, creating a
new leader in the gold industry -- both in quality and scale. The
combined company is expected to have a market capitalization of US$9
billion, double that of the nearest competitor. It will be the second
largest gold producer with the lowest cash costs of any major

Barrick and Homestake to merge


10:48a ET Saturday, June 23, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Barry Riley yesterday devoted his column in The
Financial Times, "The Long View," to gold and GATA, and
we couldn't be more grateful. We'll happily accept the
gentle satire in exchange for Riley's again taking note
of us and making our points to an international audience.

Riley's column is a reminder that the battle for a free

Riley column in Financial Times is about gold and GATA


12:28a ET Thursday, June 21, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA supporter Michael Bolser has documented more
manipulation of the gold price on the Comex. You
can read his report at Reg Howe's Internet site:


CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer

Michael Bolser documents more manipulation of Comex gold price


Cyber currencies spawn 21st-century
gold rush, money-laundering fears

By Marcelo Ballve
The Associated Press
June 18, 2001

Puerto Rico -- In a strange quirk of fate, the Internet
may be breathing new life into an ancient currency --

Several Caribbean-based Web companies have begun
storing gold in places like Dubai, Zurich and London
and allowing Internet users to own pieces of the metal

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