Daily Dispatches

GATA update for July 10, 2000


11p EDT Wednesday, July 5, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

It will not surprise you that gold was thrown back from
its $290 perch once again today. This is becoming
pretty tedious and so obvious. Does no one in the gold
industry have enough moxie to say something about the
gold market manipulation? I have said it many times
before and will say it again: Never before has an
entire industry been led by such wimps.

Gold market report for July 5, 2000


By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
July 2, 2000

The setting for the 23rd annual Financial Times
World Gold Conference was the finest, as the
Intercontinental Hotel is surrounded by the Place de
la Concorde and the Place Vendome in the center of
the cultural and historical areas of Paris.

The Champs-Elysees is nearby, and that is the
favorite street in the entire world of Le Chien du

Report on the FT conference: The emperor has no gold


Thursday, June 39, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

It was a long trip back today to Dallas from Paris and
the Financial Times gold conference, and it is 2 in the
morning France time, so this will be short and sweet.
Tomorrow I will begin to cover the conference for you.
I think it was a big plus for GATA in all respects.

Reg Howe of www.GoldenSextant.com attended the
conference on GATA's behalf, and www.LeMetropoleCafe.

Report from Paris: GFMS hides from GATA''s challenge


10p EDT Sunday, June 25, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA's delegation to the Financial Times Gold
Conference in Paris will issue the challenge below at
the opening of the conference in a few hours. Please
post this as seems useful.

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

* * *


TO: Attendees of the 23rd Financial World Gold

GATA challenges Gold Fields Mineral Services


Is the Luster Returning?

After a decades-long slide,
gold may be telling us something

By Rick Lombardi
June 2000

(Charts not reproduced here)

In the 104 years since a defiant William Jennings Bryan
delivered his fiery "cross of gold" speech before the
Democratic National Convention in Chicago, not much has
changed. Gold's role as an economic linchpin, a store
of value and medium of exchange remains hotly debated.

Barron''s article is favorable to gold


Copyright 2000, www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
Not to be reproduced without permission

By Bill Murphy
June 24, 2000

Spot Gold $283, down $2.40
Spot Silver $4.94, down 2 cents

The technicals -- from the best to the worst, what does
it matter? Another gold spike has been stomped by the
manipulation crowd. The culprits midweek were AIG, the

Midas commentary for June 24, 2000


10:20p EDT Thursday, June 22, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

With GATA Chairman Bill Murphy and Reg Howe
of www.GoldenSextant.com on their way to the
Financial Times gold conference in Paris,
I've been assigned to stay behind to answer
the mail, take out the trash, and keep the
computer servers running here in East Bumpkin.

So in the absence of my betters I'll take the
liberty of testing the computers by sending

Mining Web examines gold mining mergers


12:50p EDT Thursday, June 22, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Gold Newsletter's special edition for June has a
very helpful article about GATA by Gold Newsletter
Editor Brien Lundin, which I've taken the liberty to
append here. Thanks to supporters like Gold
Newsletter, our message about manipulation of the
gold market is getting around the world.

Please post this as seems useful.

Gold Newsletter cites GATA''s progress


12:50a EDT Wednesday, June 21, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

You'll enjoy reading Reginald H. Howe's
reflections on gold and his imminent
trip on GATA's behalf to Paris and the
Financial Times gold conference:


CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer

Are gold and GATA on the wrong side of history?


Newmont-Battle Mountain deal
is piece in consolidation puzzle

By David McKay and Keith Damsell
June 21, 2000

AngloGold, Barrick, and Newmont are tipped to
accelerate the consolidation of the world's gold
industry, according to analysts in South Africa, the UK
and North America. This follows the second gold merger
in ten days with Newmont Mining swallowing rival Battle

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