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Ted Butler: Too soon for last rites?


Dollar Nosedives vs. Ruble to Late 2000 Level

By Yelena Orekhova
RIA Novosti
Tuesday, January 24, 2006


MOSCOW -- The U.S. dollar nose-dived against the ruble on the Moscow
Inter-Bank Currency Exchange Tuesday to the level registered in late

The dollar's swift fall to 27.9898 rubles to the dollar in Tuesday's

Resource Investor notes SEC''s movement on silver ETF


By Charles Mackay
The Wall Street Examiner
Wednesday, January 24, 2006


It's coming. Despite roadblocks put up by the Silver Users
Association, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in
conjunction with the American Stock Exchange, has proposed new rules
that will guide the trading of the upcoming silver exchange-traded

China''s reserve bureau bans its departments from futures trading


By Andrew Peaple and Emily Barrett
Dow Jones Newswires
Monday, January 23, 2006


LONDON -- A run on the U.S. dollar that would see investors rushing
to dump the currency is a possibility, although it's difficult to

IMF economist speculates about a rush to dump the dollar


By Christian Oliver
Monday, January 23, 2006


TEHRAN -- Iran's central bank has not implemented any measures in
preparation for U.N. action over its atomic program because it does
not believe sanctions will be imposed, the bank said Monday.

Iran denies moving financial assets and buying gold


From Reuters
Sunday, January 22, 2006


TEHRAN -- Iran's Foreign Ministry on Sunday flatly denied any
currency had been transferred from Tehran's overseas accounts to
protect holdings from possible economic sanctions over work on its

Iranian foreign ministry denies transfer of assets


The Times, London
Saturday, January 21, 2006


Iran is transferring its assets from European accounts to other
foreign banks to try to pre-empt possible United Nations sanctions
over its nuclear programme, a senior Iranian official said.

The official confirmed comments from Ebrahim Sheibani, the governor

Iran confirms transfers from its foreign accounts


11:29p PT Friday, January 20, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

As the King of the Bugs, GATA Chairman Bill
Murphy, and his loyal entourage are descending
on Vancouver for the Vancouver Resource
Investment Conference and the premiere of the
video of the Gold Rush 21 conference, our
consultant James Turk, editor of the Freemarket
Gold & Money Report and founder of GoldMoney,
has created a video of his own with the Forbes

Iranian assets reported transferred to southeast Asia


11:37 a.m. Friday, January 20, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

An advertisement for GATA's Gold Rush 21
conference DVD has been distributed by
Stockwatch and if you're not on they're
mailing list you can find it here:


Please tell friends about it.

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

Forbes video network interviews James Turk about gold


9:50p ET Wednesday, Jauary 18, 2006

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

If you're going to be in the Vancouver area on
Friday, you're invited to GATA's press conference
about the Gold Rush 21 conference DVD, which will
have its premiere two days later at the Vancouver
Resource Investment Conference.

The press conference will be held Friday at 10
a.m. PT in Ocean View Suite 8 at the Pan Pacific

Tell your friends about this ad for GATA''s Gold Rush 21 conference DVD


By Veronica Brown
Friday, January 20, 2006


LONDON -- The dollar shuttled in ranges against the euro and Swiss
franc on Friday, after Iran's central bank governor was quoted as

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