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J Taylor''s Gold & Tech Stocks newsletter interviews Blanchard CEO Don Doyle

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8:04p ET Sunday, January 4, 2003

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Great minds probably soon will be dissecting the speeches
given Saturday at the conference of the American Economic
Association in San Diego by Federal Reserve Chairman
Alan Greenspan and Fed Governor Ben Bernanke. These
guys approach the truth in public only indirectly, but
maybe the key remark Saturday was Greenspan's
congratulating his central bank for having gotten away

By ''addressing the consequences,'' does Greenspan mean meddling in other markets?

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7:45p ET Friday, January 2, 2003

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Gold and silver only seemed to be quiet over the Christmas
and New Year's holidays. While news organizations have
reported little about gold and silver lately, the firmness
of their prices practically screamed for attention. The
futures price action suggests that the physical market is
tight and starting to overwhelm the price suppressors of

Firm gold and silver prices are overlooked but practically scream for attention

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8:26p ET Thursday, December 25, 2003

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA consultant James Turk, proprietor of GoldMoney
and editor of the Freemarket Gold and Money Report,
analyzes the gold price in South African rands and
concludes that the rand's strength against gold is not
likely to continue for long. You can find his analysis
in the Founder's Commentary box at the upper left of
the GoldMoney home page here:

Turk looks at the South African rand price of gold

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11:40a Saturday, December 20, 2003

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA consultant Reg Howe has inspected the books of
the Bank for International Settlements, the Commodity
Futures Trading Commission, the U.S. Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, and other financial
authorities for his new analytical essay, "Gold
Derivatives: Hitting the Iceberg."

Howe's major conclusions:

More evidence compiled by Howe about central bank efforts to suppress gold

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12:28a ET Tuesday, December 16, 2003

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA consultant and statistician Mike Bolser has written
what may be the most important financial essay of the
year: "Government Intervention: Gold and Long-Term
Interest Rates."

Bolser's paper sets out the statistical evidence that the
U.S. government surreptitiously intervenes not only in
the gold market but far more so in the long bond market

How the U.S. government surreptitiously rigs not just gold but long bond rates

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10:45p ET Saturday, December 13, 2003

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA Chairman Bill Murphy's "Midas" commentary at
LeMetropoleCafe for Friday, December 12, has been
posted in the clear at GoldSeek here:

http://news.goldseek.com/LemetropoleCafe/1071421893.php

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

OPEC president opposes switching oil pricing out of dollars into euros

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10:11p ET Friday, December 13, 2003

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Repeat after me: We're winning. We're winning. We're
winning. We're winning.

Then, for calming down, reward yourself with Clive
Roffey's new commentary at Gold-Eagle, "Gold et al.":

http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_03/roffey121403.html

''Midas'' commentary for December 12 posted in the clear at GoldSeek

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10:45p ET Saturday, December 13, 2003

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Thanks to John Embry, president of Sprott Asset
Management in Toronto, for his kind remarks
about GATA in the essay he wrote for the December
5 issue of Investor's Digest of Canada, and to
Investor's Digest for permission to share the
essay with you below.

Embry writes:

"GATA, the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee,

''When it comes to gold, GATA is the truth,'' Sprott''s Embry says

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By Edmund Blair
http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=3984594

CAIRO, Dec 12. (Reuters) -- OPEC will not consider switching
dollar-denominated oil sales to the euro because of the
difficulties involved in such a ground-breaking shift, cartel
President Abdullah al-Attiyah of Qatar said on Friday.

The money''s no good, PIMCO''s Gross says, so buy ''reflatables'' with it

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http://www.reuters.com/financeNewsArticle.jhtml?
storyID=3978831&type=bondsNews

US Treasuries slip, foreign central banks shy away

NEW YORK, Dec. 11 (Reuters) -- Treasuries prices were
knocked lower on Thursday after an auction of new U.S.
government debt attracted disappointing demand,
including from foreign central banks.

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