Daily Dispatches

Additional Howe brief accepted in lawsuit


(This is the top of the Homestake press release.)

TORONTO, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Barrick Gold Corporation and
Homestake Mining Company today announced plans to merge, creating a
new leader in the gold industry -- both in quality and scale. The
combined company is expected to have a market capitalization of US$9
billion, double that of the nearest competitor. It will be the second
largest gold producer with the lowest cash costs of any major

Barrick and Homestake to merge


10:48a ET Saturday, June 23, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Barry Riley yesterday devoted his column in The
Financial Times, "The Long View," to gold and GATA, and
we couldn't be more grateful. We'll happily accept the
gentle satire in exchange for Riley's again taking note
of us and making our points to an international audience.

Riley's column is a reminder that the battle for a free

Riley column in Financial Times is about gold and GATA


12:28a ET Thursday, June 21, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA supporter Michael Bolser has documented more
manipulation of the gold price on the Comex. You
can read his report at Reg Howe's Internet site:


CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer

Michael Bolser documents more manipulation of Comex gold price


Cyber currencies spawn 21st-century
gold rush, money-laundering fears

By Marcelo Ballve
The Associated Press
June 18, 2001

Puerto Rico -- In a strange quirk of fate, the Internet
may be breathing new life into an ancient currency --

Several Caribbean-based Web companies have begun
storing gold in places like Dubai, Zurich and London
and allowing Internet users to own pieces of the metal

Cyber currencies available in gold


Sunday, June 17, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

A member of www.LeMetropole Cafe sent me the

"The CEO of Goldcorp is scheduled to be interviewed
on CNBC Monday at lunch time. Rally the troops this
weekend, get them to e-mail CNBC with questions, and
phone in if possible. I have been on the phone this
morning with Agnico Eagle Mines and discussed their
successful secondary equity offering and the company's

Goldcorp CEO on CNBC and Murphy on San Diego radio Monday



By Bill Murphy
June 16, 2001

Gold $271.60 down $4
Silver $4.30 down 8 cents

Goldman Sachs and crew continue to flex their short side muscle and
came up a winner on Friday after losing for a few days. While a $4
drubbing is not conducive for sweet dreams on the weekend, it is not

''Midas'' commentary for June 16, 2001


Gold Ready For A Boom Led By Japan: Jipangu

By Jim Hawe
Dow Jones Newswires
June 13, 2001

TOKYO -- Tamisuke Matsufuji has developed a knack for
making outlandish predictions that have a way of coming

The president of the gold mining and investment firm
Jipangu Inc. and author of numerous bestsellers on
contrarian investing, has forecast everything from the
collapse of Japanese real estate and stock prices to

Gold Ready For A Boom Led By Japan: Jipangu


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:


An update from Reg Howe about the lawsuit


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


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


Killer Move Down To End 21-Year Gold Bear Market

May 31, 2001

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

First, from John Brimelow:

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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

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