Daily Dispatches

London/New York suppression of gold price continues to weaken, Clawar finds


5:33a ET Sunday, March 7, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

In addition to its posting at GoldSeek.com, GATA
Chairman Bill Murphy's Friday night "Midas"
commentary at LeMetropoleCafe.com also has been
posted in the clear at Gold-Eagle.com here:


Why the new central bank agreement is bullish for gold


Central bankers sign new accord on gold


By Thomas Atkins

BASEL, Switzerland, March 8 (Reuters) -- Europe's central
banks said on Monday they had reached a new deal that

Korelin Business Report interviews GATA''s Murphy and Silver Investor''s Morgan


A Greenspan put -- for now?

By John Brimelow
Monday, March 8, 2004


NEW YORK -- More shock and awe from Ben Bernanke?

Careful study of this rising Federal Reserve governor's March 2

Fundamental and technical analysis by Jim Puplava and Eric King


8:43p ET Monday, March 8, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold

GoldMoney proprietor James Turk, editor of The Freemarket
Gold & Money Report and consultant to GATA, has analyzed
the ratio of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the price
of gold. His conclusion:

"The goldgram price of the DJIA is again about to start
falling, continuing the downtrend in the DJIA that began
over four years ago. And further, in contrast to the 1980s

New European central bank gold agreement fulfills expectations


12:30a ET Monday, March 8, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Harry Clawar has updated his comparison of gold trading
around the world with trading in London and New York
and concludes that the London/New York suppression of
the gold price is weakening enough to allow gold to
reach $513 by the end of the year. You can find Clawar's
latest analysis at Gold-Eagle here:


The ''Greenspan put'' is the end of moral hazard in the markets


The New Gold Accord

By Michael Kosares
Centennial Precious Metals, Denver
Monday, March 8, 2004

I see the renewal of the European central banks' gold sales
agreement as a positive for the gold market. Here's why.

When you look a the supply demand tables, the one thing that
stands out clearly is that mine production is static in the

More postings of Friday''s ''Midas'': at Gold-Eagle and FinancialSense.com


4:08p Saturday, March 6, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Jim Puplava interviews GATA Chairman Bill Murphy
and futures trader and analyst Eric King about gold
and silver on today's edition of the "Financial Sense
Newshour," an Internet radio program. This is
up-to-the-minute commentary and you don't want
to miss it. You can find it here:


''Midas'' commentary for Friday posted at GoldSeek


Hint of a Bottom in Gold?

By Jim Sinclair
Thursday, March 4, 2004

Today gave us a hint of a bottom as gold made a nice move
to $395.20 until the squaring of currency portions in front of
the jobs report settled it back to $393.20. The financial world
has a habit of fixating for no apparent reason on one report
or another.

Jim Puplava interviews GATA''s Bill Murphy and trader/analyst Eric King


9:40a Saturday, March 6, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

If you haven't yet written a letter to the Commodity
Futures Trading Commission, an excellent example of one,
sent by our friend B.L., is appended. Please do make
your voice heard. Friday's conviction of Martha Stewart
on charges arising from insider trading may put the
authorities under pressure to prove that they want
more than a show trial involving events that had little

Have you written your letter to the CFTC?


9:31a Saturday, March 6, 2004

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

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


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

Syndicate content