Daily Dispatches

Gold Ready For A Boom Led By Japan: Jipangu

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11:50p ET Saturday, June 9, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Reg Howe has reported on what he calls the "battle of the
briefs" in our lawsuit against the Bank for International
Settlements, the Federal Reserve, the Treasury Department,
and the bullion banks. His report can be read at either of
these sites:

http://www.goldensextant.com/commentary17.html#anchor26707

An update from Reg Howe about the lawsuit

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Tuesday, June 5, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Since 1977 Don Stott has been a precious metals broker.
He has written five books and hundreds of essays,
including one now posted at www.Gold-Eagle.com, "Want
to Help Stop the Gold Manipulation?" It can be found
at:

http://www.gold-eagle.com/gold_digest_01/stott052801.html

Another special offer for GATA supporters, and GATA graffiti in Zurich

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Killer Move Down To End 21-Year Gold Bear Market

By BILL MURPHY
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
May 31, 2001

Gold $265.50 down 40 cents
Silver $4.38 down 4 cents

First, from John Brimelow:

* * *

Indian ex duty premiums: AM $4.68, PM $5.32, with world
gold at $267.20 and $266. Above legal import point,
although showing understandable signs of shock.

MarketVane's Bullish Consensus for gold fell 12 points

Plaintiff''s new brief in suit against BIS, Fed, Treasury, and bullion banks

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CASE MAY EXPOSE
U.S. GOVERNMENT'S
GOLDEN HANDSHAKE

By John Crudele
New York Post
May 29, 2001

http://www.nypost.com/business/31434.htm

Some of the alleged secret financial dealings
between the Clinton administration and the
financial markets could soon be made public.

No, Monica's not blabbing again.

These secrets could come out of legal proceeding

''Midas'' commentary for May 31, 2001

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http://www.goldensextant.com/OppositionDOJReply.html#anchor115099

PLAINTIFF'S QUALIFIED OPPOSITION TO REPLY MEMORANDA OF
PAUL O'NEILL, ALAN GREENSPAN, AND THE BIS IN SUPPORT OF
THEIR MOTIONS TO DISMISS

The plaintiff, Reginald H. Howe, submits this qualified
opposition to the separate motions of Paul O'Neill,
Alan Greenspan, and the Bank for International

New York Post columnist reports GATA lawsuit

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By Reginald H. Howe
www.goldensextant.com
May 28, 2001

Because Rick made the last train out of Paris, he lived
to fight another day, and in the interim provided grist
for a great movie, "Casablanca." Those were years when
prescient men and women all over Europe were running
for the proverbial last train out, sometimes just a few
steps ahead of the Gestapo.

Some made it, as in "The Sound of Music." Some did not,

The gold train will be the last train out

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By Bill Murphy
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com

Gold $277.50 down $1.50
Silver $4.55 down 4 cents

The Gold Cartel gave it everything they had trying to
break gold down below the critical breakout $275 area
on Friday. That major resistance point has become a
major support point.

The battle between the Gold Syndicate and the Gold

''Midas'' commentary for May 27, 2001

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10:32a ET Sunday, May 27, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The essay whose title appears above was dispatched
to GATA members yesterday but seems to have had
trouble passing through to some email addresses,
perhaps because of its length. You can read it at
our message archive here:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/gata/message/799

"Little GATA starts the dominoes falling for gold," by Peter George

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By Peter George
May 25, 2001

"Do not despise the day of small things."
-- Zechariah 4:10

As gold surged to a 15-month high of $298,50 Monday
morning, May 21st, market watchers were at a loss to
determine the reason. Some spoke of gold regaining its
"Safe Haven' role as inflation jitters moved investors
to switch from bonds to gold. Others pointed to growing
problems in the Middle East. We had also warned in

Little GATA starts the dominoes falling for gold

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By Doug Pollitt
Pollitt & Co., Toronto
May 22, 2001

The last several weeks in the gold pit have seen a
most constructive pattern develop. Up a buck, up 90
cents, down a dime, up $2.10. Good action, good
two-way trade.

Now the bid side has always been thick, deep, and
stubborn, but ever since those rumblings about the
Bank of England choking up on the supply of lent
metal, the physical trade has tightened up markedly

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