Daily Dispatches

Goldman accused of stock manipulation during Corzine''s chairmanship


Working group has not met
to discuss markets, U.S. says


By Arshad Mohammed

WASHINGTON, July 16 (Reuters) -- The U.S.
government has not convened its top-level
working group on the financial markets to
discuss the slide in U.S. stocks and does not
try to manage the market's daily moves, the

GATA urgently needs your help to put the gold question to Greenspan


Sunday, July 14, 2002

Deirdre Veldon, Editor
Irish Times
4th Floor, Ballast House
Aston Quay
Dublin 2, Ireland

Dear Ms. Veldon:

I am chairman of the Gold Anti-Trust Action
Committee (GATA) and would be most
appreciative if you could forward this letter
to Bono or advise how I may reach him.

Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

* * *

Dear Bono:

You are a good-hearted fellow Irishman and

GATA appeals to Bono to raise gold issue to rescue Africa


Rush to Gold:
Precious metal's 15 minutes
giving Denver's Newmont a boost

By Heather Draper
Rocky Mountain News (Denver)
Saturday, July 13, 2002

Headlines about alleged corporate corruption
from Enron to Qwest, a falling U.S. dollar

Denver paper takes note of gold rally and hometown miner Newmont


By Thom Calandra, Editor
Wednesday, July 10, 2002

When gold stocks rise sharply as a group on extremely
heavy volume, it's almost always a sign of trouble ahead
for the overall stock market.

Analysts say the 7.5 percent advance for U.S.-traded gold
shares this week -- the sector's largest increase since May
2000 -- points to renewed interest in the metal. It's also a sign

Gold stock gains point to market meltdown


DRD closes out hedge book
July 8, 2002

Johannesburg -- Durban Roodepoort Deep said on
Monday it had closed out its full revenue hedge book.
"The outstanding fixed loss on the close-out was
US$17 million, which will be repaid within the current

Hedge book closed, Durban now is fully exposed to spot price


10:26p ET Sunday, July 7, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Our dispatch Friday of GATA Chairman Bill Murphy's
appeal for support for U.S. Rep. Ron Paul's
Monetary Reform and Accountability Act should
have included the file number of the legislation:
H.R. 3732. Bill's appeal is appended here.

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

* * *

By Bill Murphy, Chairman

Rep. Paul''s Monetary Reform and Accountability Act is H.R. 3732


6:30p ET Saturday, July 6, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

You might be interested in the following
correspondence about the commodities

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

* * *

Dear GATA:

I'm a proud member of the GATA army, and I've
been following your Internet postings for
several years. Tonight I'm extremely
frustrated, as usual, and I feel compelled to

An exchange about the commodities exchange


11:18p ET Friday, July 5, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Thanks to Marv Campbell of Rancho Santa Fe,
Calif., for alerting us to the column about
gold by columnist Don Bauder in the San Diego
Union-Tribune on May 29. As Marv writes,
"This could have been ghostwritten by GATA."
Bauder's column is appended here.

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

Gold Stock Analyst''s Doody says government intervenes secretly to cap gold


By Gary Parkinson
London Telegraph
July 4, 2002


Tony Dye, the fund manager dubbed "Doctor
Doom" for his pessimistic outlook on stock
markets during the technology boom, warned
yesterday of a "lurking time bomb" of

More newspaper notice for the short position in gold: San Diego Union-Tribune


By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
Friday, July 5, 2002

I spoke this week with Norman Singleton,
U.S. Rep. Ron Paul's legislative aide, about what the
GATA Army could do to assist the congressman
with his Monetary Reform and Accountability
Act. The bill simply requires the president and
Treasury secretary to get the approval of Congress
before intervening in the gold market.

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