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Gold lease rates continue rise

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By Bill Murphy
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
March 8, 2001

Spot gold $265.40 up $3.70
Spot silver $4.48 up 6 cents

Clinton did it. I can see the new White House pointing the finger at
his administration when the gold price goes berserk and the financial
world is trying to figure out what is going on and how this could
have happened.

On that note, the office of Dow Jones White House correspondent John

"Midas" commentary for March 8, 2001

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11a ET Wednesday, March 7, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

It's vital to hear what the other side has to
say and always to be testing one's beliefs, so
take a look at Clif Droke's latest essay at
www.Gold-Eagle.com:

http://www.gold-eagle.com/gold_digest_01/droke030801.html

Droke seems to be arguing that all gold mining

Important essays on suppression of gold price

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Wednesday March 7, 05:50 PM

Treasury continues drive to halve gold reserves

By Sara Marani

LONDON (Reuters) - The Treasury says it will sell 120 tonnes of gold
in six auctions this year and next, continuing its partly completed
plan to cut the country's gold holdings to 300 tonnes from 715 tonnes.

This third set of 20-tonne auctions will start in May, and continues
Britain's programme to restructure and modernise its reserve holdings

Bank of England modifies gold auction program

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10p ET Tuesday, March 6, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Hard-money people -- and these days that term may
include anyone who doesn't believe in using Sunday
newspaper grocery coupons as mortgage collateral --
may want to consider attending the spring dinner
meeting of the Committee for Monetary Research and
Education on Wednesday, April 4.

It will be held, as usual, at the sumptuous Union Club,

Droke argues that hedging doesn''t matter

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10:35p ET Wednesday, March 7, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

There are two important new essays at www.Gold-Eagle.com
about the suppression of the gold price.

The first is by Dimitri Speck:

http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_01/speck030801.html

The second is by Edmund J. Bugos, editor of The Goldenbar
Report:

(No subject)

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9:53a ET Tuesday, March 6, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Below is a wonderful example of what all adherents of the
gold cause and free markets can do on their own, quite
apart from contributing financially to GATA.

It is a dispatch from a GATA member in Belgium, K.V.C.,
who has been enormously helpful for some time. Thanks
so much to him and our friends there.

We may not have a lot of money, but we still have a voice,

Committee for Monetary Research and Education dinner April 4

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12:53p ET Tuesday, March 6, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Gordon H.S. Bamford, a member of South Africans
for a Free Gold Market, GATA's affiliate in
that country, has written a masterful open letter
to U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill. Gordon
has shown us all how this work is to be done. We
hope that many others in South Africa and around
the world follow his example.

We also hope that South Africans will bring

Operation Goldcrest begins in Belgium

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By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
March 5, 2001

Some of you may be attending the Prospectors and
Developers Convention in Toronto that begins on March
12. If so, I look forward to meeting you.

On Tuesday evening GATA will be hosting a hospitality
suite from 7 p.m. to midnight. Please join us at the Royal
York Hotel, Suite 9175. GATA is very grateful to Canadian

A South African appeals to the U.S. treasury secretary

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12:53p ET Tuesday, March 6, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Gordon H.S. Bamford, a member of South Africans
for a Free Gold Market, GATA's affiliate in
that country, has written a masterful open letter
to U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill. Gordon
has shown us all how this work is to be done. We
hope that many others in South Africa and around
the world follow his example.

We also hope that South Africans will bring

A letter from the White House, and a big gun enlists in South Africa

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By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
March 4, 2001

The cabal is trying to snuff out another gold rally.

We know that the Bank for International
Settlements once again has mobilized gold for
lending purposes to bomb the gold market as it
reacts to the tightening supply of physical gold. In
doing so, the BIS has made a statement to the poor
African gold-producing countries that their economies

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