Daily Dispatches

GATA makes Dow Jones wire again

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3:45p Friday, May 21, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

This Reuters dispatch about Newmont Mining's
opposition to hedging may be of interest.

CHRIS POWELL
Secretary, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
(GATAComm@aol.com)

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By Patrick Chalmers

LONDON, May 21, 1999 (Reuters) -- Newmont Mining
Corp. is not about to start hedging its gold
production despite this week's fresh 20-year lows on

Fed is duplicitous on interest rate prospects

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9p EDT Tuesday, May 25, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The bottom for gold is in and a bull market in the
metal is about to begin, according to commentator
Milhouse at www.gold-eagle.com:

http://www.gold-eagle.com/gold_digest_99/milhouse052699.html

And GATA Chairman Bill Murphy has a new "Midas"

If Merrill Lynch can rig one market....

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1:30 p.m. EDT Friday, May 21, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA has been mentioned again on the Dow Jones wire.
The following column doesn't really say much but at
least it shows that GATA's leadership of the gold
cause in the world is gaining recognition.

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

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Mark to Market: All That Glitters Is Not Gold

Newmont won''t hedge at the bottom

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9:45p EDT Friday, May 21, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

This column by John Crudele in today's New York Post,
"Greenspan's Scam," may be of interest. It argues that
the Federal Reserve's talk of raising interest rates is
belied by the "bubble insurance" the Fed is secretly
providing the stock market.

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

Merrill Lynch accused in copper scheme

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1:30p EDT Friday, May 21, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Today's commentary by Michael Kosares at
www.usagold.com may be of interest. Like so much
other commentary lately, it echoes what we've been
hearing since last September from GATA Chairman Bill
Murphy at www.lemetropolecafe.com.

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

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By Michael Kosares
www.usagold.com

Rubin and Greenspan endorse gold!

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9:45p EDT Thursday, May 20, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

I'm sorry to clutter your mailbox with two dispatches
tonight, but I just came upon this Reuters story about
the charges filed by the Commodity Futures Trading
Commission against, among others, Merrill Lynch and Co.
The CFTC charges that Merrill Lynch was part of a
scheme to corner the copper market.

I imagine that running copper prices UP offends the

Harry Bingham endorses GATA chairman''s analysis

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8:50p EDT Thursday, May 20, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

I'm afraid I'll have to leave it to others to divine
the true meaning of the remarks made today to the
House Banking Committee by Treasury Secretary Robert
Rubin and Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.

Of course I don't trust these guys as far as I could
throw them, and I have to suspect a hidden motive for
everything they do. But the Reuters dispatch follows.

Placer Dome CEO believes GATA

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9:50p EDT Wednesday, May 19, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

This report by Harry Bingham, president of Van Eck
Institutional Advisors and manager of PIMCO Precious
Metals Fund, was posted at www.gold-eagle.com
tonight.

It is notable for its endorsement of GATA Chairman Bill
Murphy's analysis last week that the Bank of England's
announcement of its gold sales was timed to rescue an

Responses to Armstrong/GATA and Dizard/GATA

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Tuesday, May 18, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

Some interesting news from the Financial Times in
London today.

John M. Wilson, president and CEO of Placer Dome Gold,
is in London for a financial conference and was quoted
as more or less endorsing GATA's position and purpose
without mentioning GATA by name.

The Financial Times dispatch:

John M. Wilson, president and chief executive

NY Post''s John Dizard on Gold and Conspiracy

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10:30p EDT Monday, May 17, 1999

Dear Friends of GATA and Gold:

A couple of things on a day that seems to have been
without much news in the precious metals....

1) That scandal story we've been expecting out of
London hasn't quite broken but there have been open
references to it. It seems to be that Prime Minister
Blair's economics adviser is an official of Goldman
Sachs, the great shorter of gold, and so there is

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