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Good news on the way to the show

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NO SMOKING GUN BUT
THERE'S A SMELL OF CORDITE

By Jonathan Rosenthal
The Business Report
South Africa
Friday, May 28, 1999

When I last looked at the alt.conspiracy newsgroup on
the Internet a couple of years back it was filled with
small-town Americans swapping tales about black
helicopters. (You know, the ones that hover outside
your house and shine laser beams in your eyes.)

And the big question of the day was what happened if

James Turk shares GATA''s analysis

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DEAR GOLD!
IT'S A GOVERNMENT CONSPIRACY

By Stephen Wyatt
(For a news service in Australia)

With the gold price slumping to 20-year lows, the pro-
gold lobby is becoming increasingly hysterical.

Internet-spread conspiracy theories about big
business/big government plotting to drive down the gold
price have exploded.

Emotions were especially fanned earlier this month when
the Bank of England said it would sell almost 60

GATA featured in South Africa

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LINE IN THE SAND

By James Turk
Copyright 1999
The Freemarket Gold & Money Report
www.fgmr.com

For months it has been my contention that central banks
are manipulating the Gold price. More proof came on
May 7.

The British government, through the Bank of England,
announced that it intends to dishoard 415 tonnes of its
715 tonne Gold reserve. In contrast to the other
governments (e.g., Belgians, Dutch, Australians, etc.)

Australian dispatch about GATA

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11:30p EDT Thursday, June 3, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

A quick dispatch on the New York gold show -- that is,
the Northeast Investment in Mining Conference -- just
ended tonight at the Marriot Marquis hotel on Times
Square in New York.

The bad news is that observers said this was the least
well attended Northeast gold show in about five years,
which I suppose is only to be expected, given the

New York radio features GATA

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11p EDT Monday, May 31, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Forgive me for cluttering your emailbox so much
tonight, but the news for the Gold Anti-Trust Action
Committee is good, and its three officers -- Chairman
Bill Murphy, Vice Chairman/Treasurer John D. Meyer, and
myself -- leave in the morning for the New York Gold
Show. We may be disconnected for a few days, though if
I can manage a computer connection at the hotel and

GATA at New York Gold Show

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1:30a Friday, May 28, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

David Tice, manager of the Prudent Bear Fund,
was interviewed on WOR-AM710 in New York
on Thursday and spoke at length about gold
leases and the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee.

A friend of GATA reports that Tice did a
magnificent job and that his views seemed to
get the endorsement of the radio show's hosts.

We're grateful to Tice and want you to know

Midas Commentary for May 25, 1999

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11:15p Wednesday, May 26, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee will be
well represented at the New York Gold Show
next week -- Wednesday and Thursday, June
2 and 3, at the Marriot Marquis Hotel at Times
Square.

GATA will have a booth there and it will be
staffed by the committee's three officers:
Chairman Bill Murphy, Vice Chairman/Treasurer
John Meyer, and myself.

Bottom in, bull market begins: Milhouse

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11:45p Tuesday, May 25, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Here's tonight's "Midas" commentary at
www.lemetropolecafe.com by GATA
Chairman Bill Murphy.

CHRIS POWELL
Secretary, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee

* * *

May 25, 1999

Spot Gold $270.30 down $1.90
Spot Silver $5.055 unchanged

Technicals....

Gold continues to make 20-year lows led by the unending
barrage of selling in the physical market by Goldman

GATA makes Dow Jones wire again

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3:45p Friday, May 21, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

This Reuters dispatch about Newmont Mining's
opposition to hedging may be of interest.

CHRIS POWELL
Secretary, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
(GATAComm@aol.com)

* * *

By Patrick Chalmers

LONDON, May 21, 1999 (Reuters) -- Newmont Mining
Corp. is not about to start hedging its gold
production despite this week's fresh 20-year lows on

Fed is duplicitous on interest rate prospects

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9p EDT Tuesday, May 25, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The bottom for gold is in and a bull market in the
metal is about to begin, according to commentator
Milhouse at www.gold-eagle.com:

http://www.gold-eagle.com/gold_digest_99/milhouse052699.html

And GATA Chairman Bill Murphy has a new "Midas"

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