Daily Dispatches

Greenspan hints something terrible is happening with derivatives


Placer's suitors turned off by problem mines

Globe and Mail, Toronto
Monday, November 18, 2002

TORONTO and VANCOUVER -- Placer Dome Inc. has
all the signs of a ripe takeover target.

Teryl Resources Corp. becomes corporate sponsor of GATA


Gold's Midas touch leaves banks cold

By Adrienne Roberts
Financial Times
Sunday, November 17, 2002


Against a backdrop of corporate scandals and
plunging stock markets, the price of gold has
climbed by about 20 per cent in the past 18

More speculation about Placer Dome''s future


8:19p ET Monday, November 18, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Thanks so much to Teryl Resources Corp. of
Richmond, B.C., Canada, and its president,
John Robertson, for becoming a corporate
sponsor of GATA. Information the company has
provided about itself is appended here.

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

* * *

Teryl Resources Corp.

Business has never been tougher for the bullion banks


12:46p ET Saturday, November 16, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Appended here are a couple of things that
seem insightful: first, an excerpt from the
great Richard Russell's recent commentary in
Dow Theory Letters, as quoted in GATA
Chairman Bill Murphy's own "Midas" commentary
at www.LeMetropoleCafe.com; and second, the
"Lunch Money" column from today's Financial

Russell sees stealthy accumulation in gold; Ing sees another golden year


9:39p ET Friday, November 15, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Michael Kosares, proprietor of Centennial
Precious Metals in Denver and www.USAGold.com,
and host of that Internet site's invaluable
forum, considers Tim Wood's recent interview
of Goldcorp CEO Rob McEwen at Mineweb.com as
important as GATA does, and has put an
insightful preface on it in posting it at
USAGold. That preface is appended here.

Harmony joins AngloGold and Gold Fields on New York Stock Exchange this month


Drawing gold lines in the sand;
Futures sellers at heart of bullion collapse, some say

By Thom Calandra, Editor
Friday, November 15, 2002

SAN FRANCISCO -- This is smack-down city.

For more than a year now, each time the price of gold has

Thom Calandra asks experts why gold seems capped at $325


4p ET Thursday, November 14, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Don't miss Tim Wood's two most recent reports
at MineWeb. He has a great analysis of how
weak hands in gold were faked out by this week's
news from Iraq, and a thorough summary of the
remarks made by the main speakers at last
week's New Orleans Investment Conference,
including GATA's own Bill Murphy.

You can find the reports at the MineWeb home

Heed the signs that gold is scarce and getting scarcer fast


JOHANNESBURG, Nov 15 (Reuters) -- South Africa's third-largest
gold miner, Harmony Gold, said on Friday it would list on the New
York Stock Exchange on November 27, joining fellow mining
majors AngloGold and Gold Fields.

Harmony, whose American Depositary Receipts already trade
on the U.S. Nasdaq, will trade on the NYSE under the ticker
symbol HMY, the company said in a statement.

"This move represents an important milestone in our growth

MineWeb''s Tim Wood reports on Iraq fakeout and New Orleans conference


5:07p ET Wednesday, November 13, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

CBSMarketWatch's Thom Calandra has new
commentary on the failure of Newmont Mining
to reach the earnings that had been expected
of the company. The commentary quotes
some of the best gold market experts around,
including John Doody, Bob Bishop, Paul van
Eeden, James Turk, and Doug Pollitt. You can
find it here:


Thom Calandra comments on Newmont Mining''s slip


9:12p ET Tuesday, November 12, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Jim Puplava of www.FinancialSense.com interviewed
Larry Parks of the Foundation for the Advancement
of Monetary Education (www.FAME.org) the other day
on his Internet radio program, wherein Parks explained
how the world financial system uses its power to
create money so that wealth is transferred from the
people who produce it to the banks. The interview is

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