Daily Dispatches

Gold price-fixing lawsuit update from Reg Howe

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11:07p ET Monday, March 19, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

As we expected, the U.S. Treasury Department has
filed a motion to dismiss Reginald H. Howe's lawsuit
with GATA in U.S. District Court in Boston. Reg is
evaluating the motion and its supporting brief and
hopes to post it all on the Internet this week.
Whether we can get it posted that quickly or not, I
should have a copy of it in the mail in a day or two

U.S. government moves to dismiss GATA/Howe lawsuit

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By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
March 15, 2001

It is becoming apparent that the Gold Cartel is going
to have to be blown out of the water.

Fortunately, that can be done easily by just exposing
the truth about gold via some transparency operations.
That is what the GATA Africa Gold Summit will be all
about.

My trip to the Prospectors and Developers Convention in

GATA can blow the gold cartel out of the water

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By Adrienne Roberts and Gillian O'Connor
The Financial Times
March 14, 2001

http://news.ft.com/ft/gx.cgi/ftc?
pagename=View&c=Article&cid=FT341KLFBKC&live=true&useoverridetemplate=
IXLZHNNP94C

Equity market turbulence sent investors scrambling for safe havens on
Wednesday, but gold was snubbed as the market took refuge in
government bonds.

Financial Times: Investors snub gold amid market tumble

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By Dow Jones News Service
Published in Business Report, South Africa
March 15, 2001

http://www.businessreport.co.za/general/busrep/br_newsview.php?
click_id=335&art_id=ct20010314182524235C431715&set_id=60

Denver -- Gold Fields has had exploratory discussions with
AngloGold within the last two months about combining the

Gold Fields acknowledges talks with Anglo, Barrick

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By Linda Leatherdale
Toronto Sun
March 14, 2001

From all parts of the world they came.

Those legendary mining prospectors, who still believe
they'll strike it rich with gold and who still believe
that after a painfully long 21-year bear market, the
beaten-up mineral sector will shine again.

In the halls of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
they gathered for the Prospectors and Developers

Report on the Toronto gold conference cites GATA

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By John Crudele
New York Post
Tuesday,March 13,2001
http://www.nypost.com/business/26334.htm

The most important guy in the world right now is Peter Fisher.
Peter who?

Forget about Alan Greenspan. The Federal Reserve chairman had his
chance to solve a stock market problem that he created by allowing a
speculative bubble to form. Fisher is the guy who now has to rescue

Watch for Peter Fisher to rig the stock market again

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By Jan Eakin
Sidney Morning Herald
March 13, 2001
http://www.smh.com.au/news/0103/13/business/business13.html

Melbourne's brokers may have been off for Labour
Day yesterday but the Merrill Lynch Sydney office
made up for it by busily buying up stock across
the gold sector.

With the price of the precious metal up more than

GATA causing jitters in gold market, Fedsure''s Goodwin says

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Gold seen in powerful rally;
analysts point to leasing rates, short-sellers

By Thom Calandra
FTMarketWatch.com
March 12, 2001

LONDON (FTMW) -- This is make or break time for gold after a two-
decade decline for the precious metal.

"There are tremendous short positions in the market so it won't take
much to spark a massive rally," said Larry Edelson, a former European
gold trader and managing editor of Safe Money Report in Florida. An

Gold rally noted by Thom Calandra

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9:11p ET Sunday, March 11, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA member Derek K. Van Artsdalen of San
Antonio, Texas, recalls in the essay below
Buckminster Fuller's discovery of a 22 1/2-year
cycle in metals and relates it to what he sees
as the imminent "perfect storm" in gold.

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

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By Derek K. Van Artsdalen

Merrill has taste for Australian gold stocks

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By Jan de Lange
Sake, South Africa
March 13, 2001

http://www.news24.co.za/News24/Finance/Markets/0,4186,2-8-
21_994927,00.html

Gold's bull run of the past few days could easily turn
into a stampede, says Fedsure's highly regarded analyst
Nick Goodwin.

The gold price rose jumped to US$274/oz on Monday
morning and was trading at around $272/oz at the close

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