Daily Dispatches

What they did to gold today, and why

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4:46p ET Friday, June 28, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

A tireless GATA supporter, Ed Steer of Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada, this afternoon wrote a letter to a
reporter at the Toronto Globe & Mail to encourage
the newspaper to pursue the gold price suppression
story. Steer sent along with the letter a copy of a
chart of today's astounding New York gold price
action. The letter pretty much says it all, so it is

Gold mutual funds thrive with tiny assets

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By Thom Calandra, Editor
CBS.MarketWatch.com
Friday, June 28, 2002

Gold mutual funds compiled returns of as much as 32
percent and no less than 13 percent -- all in a
second-quarter stock market that dropped 15 percent.

Against a U.S. equity landscape devoid of profits,
precious metal funds dominated the top ranks of
second-quarter performers. If short-selling mutual funds
are set aside, the gold names made up nine of the top

Capital Insight investment advisory service supports GATA

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12:14p ET Thursday, June 27, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Sean Corrigan and our other friends at the
Capital Insight investment advisory service
will make a generous contribution to GATA
for every GATA supporter who subscribes to
the service through a special Internet link
created for us:

http://www.capital-insight.com/aff.asp?affID=gata001

Analysis of gold price in New York demonstrates manipulation

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10:26p ET Thursday, June 27, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Collusive suppression of the gold price seems to have
been widely accepted in the gold world. Now Dimitri
Speck has followed Reg Howe and Harry Clawar in
documenting it. Speck compares the gold price in New
York against the gold price elsewhere in an essay
at Gold-Eagle:

http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_02/speck062802.html

Suspicions growing about surreptitious government intervention in markets

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11:50a ET Thursday, June 27, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Yesterday's market action seems to have converted a
few people to a belief in what GATA has been saying for
years: that governments are surreptitiously intervening
all over the place. Here's a good summary from Peter
Brimelow at CBS.MarketWatch.com that cites, among
others, GATA Chairman Bill Murphy, whom the financial
establish seems to find a bit less nutty almost every

The story behind the gold bugs'' dirty little secret

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12:50p ET Thursday, June 27, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Some of us "gold bugs" have a dirty little secret. (In
fact, some of us have a lot of dirty little secrets, but
that's a topic for an Internet site less family-oriented
than this one!)

One of those secrets is an admiration for silver as well
as gold, and we think the silver price has been
collusively suppressed just as the gold price has.

South China Morning Post features RBC report, GATA''s work

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2:08p ET Tuesday, June 25, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The gold price suppression story rumbles on around
the world.

Today's Toronto Globe and Mail published on Page B-14
the commentary dispatched to you earlier today from
the newspaper's Internet site.

And the South China Morning Post, the big English-
language newspaper in Hong Kong, today published its
own story about the pro-gold, pro-GATA report issued by

Uproar over RBC gold conspiracy report; Globe & Mail comments about it

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12:58a ET Tuesday, June 25, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The lead story at TheMiningWeb.com is
headlined, "Uproar over RBC gold conspiracy
report." The summary on TheMiningWeb.com's
home page says: "Royal Bank of Canada has
repudiated a report issued under its name
that repeated claims of a conspiracy to
suppress the price of gold. Knives are out
for GATA boss Bill Murphy, with opponents

''Midas'' commentary from www.LeMetropoleCafe.com for June 22, 2002

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Copyright 2002, www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
Used by permission

Midas commentary for June 22, 2002

By Bill Murphy

Gold $324.40, up $1.70
Silver $4.85, down 2 cents

It could not be more clear that a powerful
force is trying to cap gold. The dollar was
trashed Friday, closing in new low ground for
the move at 108.70. The stock market was
obliterated too as the Dow submarined 177
points to 9254 and the DOG sank to 1441, down

Toronto-area friends, could you mail us a tearsheet?

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1:33p ET Saturday, June 22, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

May we ask a favor of our friends in the Toronto area?

It would help GATA's publicity campaign to expose
the surreptitious suppression of the gold price if we
could get some original copies of today's story on
the subject on Page B-1 of the Toronto Globe & Mail.
We'd be grateful to be mailed any tearsheets at
GATA's address below.

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