Daily Dispatches

Grandich Letter: GATA knows best what''s happening in gold


From AFX News
via Forbes.com
Thursday, February 16, 2006


BERLIN -- The German government has abandoned plans that would allow
the Bundesbank to invest proceeds from gold sales in a special fund,
sources said.

Under the government's proposal, the Bundesbank could have

Jason Hommel smashes the Silver Users Association over silver ETF


10p ET Thursday, February 16, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, the Texas Republican who at
GATA's urging a few years introduced legislation to
require the U.S. Treasury Department to obtain the
approval of Congress for intervention in the gold
market, yesterday gave a speech in Congress that
was so important that it is sure to be ignored.

Paul not only cited the U.S. government's gold price

Paul Craig Roberts: Everything you''re told officially about the economy is a lie


10:25p ET Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

SilverSeek.com will hold the first Internet
silver conference Wednesday at 11 a.m. Eastern
time. Speakers will include GATA Chairman Bill
Murphy, David Morgan of Silver Investor,
Julian Phillips of Gold Forecaster, Jason
Hommel of Silver Stock Report, and Bernard
von NotHaus, creator of the Liberty Dollar.

Each speaker will make an illustrated 30-

Drop in U.S. inflows spooks dollar


Job Disinformation from The New York Times

By Paul Craig Roberts
via VDare.com
Friday, February 3, 2006


On Friday, Feb. 3, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the
nonfarm payroll jobs report for January. New York Times reporter
Vikas Bajaj wrote an upbeat news story, obviously based on a Labor

Nuking the economy -- Americans should forget Iran and worry about this


Expert: What Buoys Gold Price After a Downturn

By Li Jianmin
People's Daily Online, Beijing
Tuesday, February 14, 2006


The international gold price has soared 37 percent over the past six
months and hit the peak for the past 25 years doubling that of five

China''s official voice sounds awfully partial to gold


By Peter Brimelow
Monday, February 13, 2006


NEW YORK -- Gold breaks sharply off multi-year highs. But the gold
bugs aren't flinching, including one of the most famous.

SilverSeek holds Internet''s first silver conference Wednesday


By Paul Craig Roberts
Baltimore Chronicle
Monday, February 13, 2006


Last week the Bureau of Labor Statistics re-benchmarked the payroll
jobs data back to 2000. Thanks to Charles McMillion of MBG
Information Services, I have the adjusted data from January 2001
through January 2006. If you are worried about terrorists, you don't

Peter Brimelow: Sanguine Schultz sees $2,000 gold


12:20a ET Saturday, February 11, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Peter Grandich, editor of the Grandich Letter,
went on Report on Business Television's
"Business Morning" program with Jim O'Connell
in Canada on Friday and again praised GATA
Chairman Bill Murphy and endorsed GATA's
work. For another six days you can watch the
interview at the ROB-TV archive here:


Peter Grandich again tells ROB-TV: Murphy and GATA are right


Let's Cut the Bullion About Holding Gold

By Alan Wood
The Australian, Sydney
Saturday, February 11, 2006


Has the Reserve Bank [of Australia] made a costly blunder in its
management of Australia's international reserves, a task that is

Australia would AU$600 million ahead if it hadn''t sold gold reserves in 1997


By Jamie McGeever
Thursday, February 9, 2006


NEW YORK -- It might have been unthinkable only a few years ago, but
parity between the U.S. and Canadian dollars someday is not that

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