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Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Another great oxymoron -- LBMA 'transparency'

Date: 20:38 20/11/2018
London gold market data published today by the London Bullion Market Association, the TF Metal Report's Craig Hemke writes at Sprott Money, demonstrates what a fraud the market is, as it purports to trade every day more than a third of the world's annual gold production and 42 percent of annual silver production.

London gold market comes clean: It's not as big as thought

Date: 20:13 20/11/2018
Tuesday, November 20, 2108

Chilton says CFTC found much evidence of silver rigging; Schiff calls rigging 'rumor'

Date: 10:58 20/11/2018
Bart Chilton, the former member of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission who pushed his agency to hold in a March 2010 public hearing that addressed manipulation of the monetary metals markets and called GATA leaders as witnesses, this year has been hosting Russia Today's daily "Boom/Bust" program, and last Thursday he interviewed fund manager and gold advocate Peter Schiff about market manipulation.

Bitcoin-rigging criminal probe focused on tie to Tether

Date: 10:10 20/11/2018
Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Bitcoin for payments a distant dream as use dries up

Date: 10:06 20/11/2018
Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Next rally in monetary metals will be an explosion, GATA chairman says

Date: 21:48 19/11/2018
GATA Chairman Bill Murphy, interviewed by Lior Gantz of Wealth Research Group, discusses the monetary metals price suppression scheme and the likelihood that its failure will produce an explosion in prices rather than a gradual rally. The interview is 13 minutes long and can be heard at Wealth Research Group's internet site here:

Volcker's updated autobiography urges gold price suppression

Date: 22:53 18/11/2018
With the latest version of his autobiography, published last month, "Keeping At It -- the Quest for Sound Money and Good Government" --

GoldMoney's Mene aims to bring monetary jewelry west from Asia

Date: 14:36 18/11/2018
Explaining this week why GoldMoney has gotten into the jewelry business with a new company called Mene, CEO Roy Sebag makes a point not fully recognized in the gold business in the West: that most gold jewelry owned in Asia is not for mere decoration but also for savings and investment. That is, it's monetary jewelry.

Support GATA by subscribing to The Calandra Report

Date: 13:54 18/11/2018
Our longtime friend the intrepid world-traveling market analyst Thom Calandra, publisher of The Calandra Report financial letter, is generously offering GATA supporters a deeply discounted one-year subscription offer in which half the price will be donated to GATA.

Utah coin dealer accused of fraud in $170 million Ponzi scheme involving silver

Date: 14:49 17/11/2018
Friday, November 16, 2018

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