Daily Dispatches

Major newspaper in Peru reports the manipulation of the gold price


11:30 a.m. Thursday, February 23, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GoldMoney founder James Turk, editor of the Freemarket
Gold & Money Report and consultant to GATA, today
consulted his charts and alerted GoldMoney customers to
get ready for a breakout in gold and silver prices. You
can find Turk's analysis in the "Founder's Commentary"
box at the top left of the GoldMoney home page here:

Ed Steer: One day in February put it all together


8:20p ET Thursday, February 23, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Thanks to Peter Grandich of The Grandich Letter
for inducing CBSMarketWatch today to mention the
Federal Reserve's new plans to intervene in the
currency markets, about which GATA reported to you
last night. The CBSMarketWatch story is appended.

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

Peter Grandich gets CBSMarketWatch to mention Fed''s currency rigging plans


5:23p ET Thursday, February 23, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA's story has reached the mainstream news media in

A major newspaper in Lima, El Comercio, published last
Sunday a long analysis of the suppression of the gold
price, citing not only GATA but also the studies
published by Sprott Asset Management of Toronto and
Credit Agricole's Cheuvreux brokerage house.

El Comercio's analysis concluded that Peru should

Are Fed and Treasury preparing massive intervention in currency markets?


10:42p ET Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Silver market analyst Ted Butler is arguing that
exchange-traded funds in the precious metals
are likely to become devices for more market
manipulation. Hear him out in "Hit With the
Stupid Stick Again" at GoldSeek's companion site,
SilverSeek, here:


James Turk: Get ready for the breakout of gold and silver prices


Gold shines as designers create new and trendy works

By Chen Jie
China Daily, Beijing
Thursday, February 23, 2006


Real gold jewellery glowed in this season's fashion weeks in New
York, Milan and Paris as the runways sizzled with gold fabrics and
accessories heralding the metal's return to the forefront of fashion.

Ted Butler: Precious metals ETFs may be just more manipulation


NY Gold Closes at 11-day High, Boosted by Oil

From Reuters
Tuesday, February 21, 2006


NEW YORK -- U.S. gold futures rose and settled at an 11-day high
Tuesday, as overnight strength in spot gold and firm oil prices
sparked speculative buying to extend gains from Monday, when U.S.

Central banks of China, India, Russia, Malaysia said quietly bidding for gold


10:42p ET Monday, February 20, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Resource Investor's Jon A. Nones suggests that
silver, like oil, has reached a "Hubbert's Peak"
of maximum production, and he quotes silver
market experts (and GATA supporters) Ted Butler
and Jason Hommel. You can find Nones' report


Resource Investor''s Jon Nones sees a ''Hubbert''s Peak'' in silver production


Nobody really knows who would owe whom
how much if the company ever collapsed

* * *

By Henry Sender
The Wall Street Journal
Thursday, February 16, 2006

The financial travails of General Motors Corp. have become a hot
topic in the credit-derivatives market, where protection against
corporate defaults is bought and sold. That is because a GM default,
which isn't immediately likely, could create severe strain, or

GM debt poses challenge to derivatives market


10:57p ET Thursday, February 16, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Silver Stock Report Editor Jason Hommel smashes
the Silver Users Association in this Resource
Investor report on the contention before the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission over an
exchange-traded fund in silver:


Latest German gold sales scheme reportedly abandoned


By Jennifer Hughes
Financial Times, London
Wednesday, February 15, 2006


Net inflows into US markets dropped below the level needed to cover
the trade deficit for the first time in seven months in December,
prompting concern about the dangers of the current account deficit.

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