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James Turk: Something ''fundamentally different'' is up with gold

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London Outshines New York in Gold Rally

By Arindam Saha
Economic Times / The Times of India
Gurgaon, India
Friday, November 18, 2005

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1299592.cms

MUMBAI -- A buying spree in the London gold spot market has stunned
the New York futures market. It has unfolded a rare event in the

London Telegraph: Gold''s burst through $480 sparks covering by big shorts

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As gold and silver prices rise,
will the shorts there simply
default too?

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China May Default on Copper Contracts
Amid Shortage, Lawyer Says

By Matthew Craze
Bloomberg News Service
Friday, November 18, 2005

http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news?
pid=10000006&sid=a06N6xBoYZ.Q&refer=home

LONDON -- China may default on money-losing copper trades because

Bill Murphy: The manipulation of the gold market

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9:23p ET Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Sorry for the late notice, but if you're in the San
Francisco Bay area this weekend you might want to
consider attending LewRockwell.com's Burton Blumert
Conference on Gold, Freedom, and Peace, to be held
Friday and Saturday at the Radisson Villa Hotel in
San Mateo, Calif.

Saturday's proceedings include a lunch with U.S.

Noticing that real gold costs more than paper, India expects $500 soon

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By David M. Lenard
Asia Times, Hong Kong
Thursday, November 17, 2005

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/GK17Cb05.html

HUA HIN, Thailand -- Confusion reigned in world copper markets this
week after reports emerged that a Chinese copper trader based in
London, Liu Qibing, had disappeared after building gigantic short

China may default on copper contracts, exchange''s former lawyer says

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7:40p ET Thursday, November 18, 2005

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA consultant James Turk, editor of the Freemarket
Gold & Money Report and founder of GoldMoney, has
gotten out his long-term gold price chart and concludes
that "something fundamentally different" seems to be
happening.

Turk believes that gold's dramatic rise this week has
been prompted by the Federal Reserve's announcement

AP: Gold, silver shares up on inflation fears

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By James Cook
InvestmentRarities.com
Tuesday, November 15, 2005

The November 8 edition of The Wall Street Journal carried an article
about the Silver Users Association's attempt to block the new silver
exchange-traded fund proposed by Barclays. They report the same
argument that Ted Butler explained in previous essays. Butler wrote
that there wasn't enough silver available for the fund and any

Rep. Ron Paul attends Lew Rockwell gold conference this weekend in San Mateo

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By Michael Kosares
Centennial Precious Metals, Denver
www.USAGold.com
Tuesday, November 15, 2005

My concern about the hopeful scenario I outline below is that the
great trading nations of the world seem to have no interest in giving
up something small to gain something large. That would require
vision -- and risk.

My worst instincts tell me that we are destined to play the current
scenario out no matter what, and that is disturbing. When I see the

Mike Kosares: Gold will protect you best and then go on to save the world

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Gold, Silver Shares Up on Inflation Fears

Gold, Silver Shares Climb
As Investors Seek Safe Haven
From Equities Vulnerable to Inflation

By The Associated Press
Wednesday, November 16, 2005

http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/051116/apfn_gold_mover.html?.v=1

NEW YORK -- Shares of gold stocks got a significant boost in
afternoon trading Wednesday, as investors sought a safe haven from

MiningMX reports debate on hedging at LBMA conference

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Why silver could be the new gold:

A new scheme will make it easier
to buy 'the white metal,'
which should boost its value --
if America gives the green light.

By Kathryn Cooper
The Times, London
Sunday, November 13, 2005

http://business.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,9556-1869207,00.html

Silver is often dismissed as a "poor man's gold," but it has risen

Bank of France calls gold sales necessary to FX diversification

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By Aleksandrs Rozens
Associated Press
via Flint (Michigan) Journal

http://www.mlive.com/newsflash/regional/index.ssf?/base/news-
29/1132080249270260.xml&storylist=newsmichigan

NEW YORK -- An increasing number of investors are betting that
General Motors Corp., the world`s largest automaker, may be forced to
seek bankruptcy protection within the next six to 12 months as it

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