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Forecast for $100 daily moves in gold as silver shortage is reported:GARA THE GATA DISPATCH

Forecast for $100 daily moves in gold as silver shortage is reported Submitted by cpowell on 06:03PM ET Tuesday, November 30, 2010. Section: Daily Dispatches 9p ET Tuesday, November 30, 2010 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver): Over at King World News, Eric King has interviewed Tocqueville Gold Fund manager John Hathaway, who expects $100 daily moves in gold, up and down, as the Western paper money system cracks up. Excerpts from the interview can be found at King World News here: http://bit.ly/hubxiE Meanwhile Pan American Silver CEO Geoff Burns tells King that silver users are having trouble locating real metal in size. Excerpts from that interview can be found at King World News here: http://bit.ly/i9jefi CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc. Support GATA by purchasing a colorful GATA T-shirt: http://gata.org/tshirts Or a colorful poster of GATA's full-page ad in The Wall Street Journal on January 3

GDP pace slowest since financial crisis | Financial $ Forex Info News | The Australian Business Briefing

|FINANCIAL & FOREX MARKET INFO  GDP pace slowest since financial crisis UPDATED Scott Murdoch AUSTRALIA'S economy is growing at its slowest pace in nearly two years, despite its being seen as among the world's best performers. Next web billionaire aged 29 Murad Ahmed ANDREW Mason studied music at university where he dreamt about making his riches as a rock star. S&P mulls credit downgrade on Portugal John Kell CREDIT ratings agency Standard & Poor's says it is mulling a downgrade on Portugal's investment-grade ratings, citing economic pressures. St George plans aggressive strategy EXCLUSIVE Glenda Korporaal ST GEORGE'S new chief executive Rob Chapman has unveiled an aggressive strategy to expand in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia. Higher debt costs hit manufacturers Enda Curran AUSTRALIAN manufacturers suffered more pain in November from record highs in the local currency

Stocks to Watch: Stocks in focus Wednesday. MarketWatch:Special Financial Services

SPECIAL FINANCIAL SERVICES   Stocks to Watch: Stocks in focus Wednesday   By MarketWatch Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Wednesday’s session are Aeropostale, Collective Brands and Zumiez.  See full story

CFTC Staff Roundtable to Discuss Disruptive Trading Practices

CFTC Staff Roundtable to Discuss Disruptive Trading Practices Tue, 30 Nov 2010 11:12:00 -0600 The staff from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) will hold a public roundtable to discuss issues related to disruptive trading practices. Event Date - 12/02/2010

MarketWatch Personal Finance Daily : SEC charges Deloitte partner with insider trading

Personal Finance Daily NOVEMBER 30, 2010 Tuesday's Personal Finance stories By MarketWatch Don't miss these top stories: Living alone is a health hazard Toys are getting safer — sort of You may be getting too much Vitamin D, calcium Six great gifts for gun lovers Tax questions loom in Roth conversions Living alone apparently is correlated with a higher risk for heart disease and other health problems. Solo dwellers over a certain age have double the chance of having and dying from heart disease, for instance, as MarketWatch's Anya Martin notes in her story today,. Why? Researchers say that people who live alone are likelier to engage in unhealthy habits, like smoking, and they tend to eat less healthy food and exercise less. Read Anya's story for more — including ways for people who live alone to beat the statistics. Also, check out Ruth Mantell's Diary of a Recession Baby today for a look at a new database that

Wall Street Compensation Seen Dropping Broadly This Year . CNBC Evening Brief

LATEST STORIES Wall Street Compensation Seen Dropping Broadly This Year Deficit Panel to Unveil Plan Wednesday but Vote Friday 20 Stocks With the Potential to Drop Bank of America May Be Wikileak's Next Target Slideshow: Biggest Game Show Scandals of All Time »click here to see the latest top stories from CNBC.com Deficit Standoff: Special Coverage Street Signs America's deficit challenge...A nation fearing higher taxes and budget cuts ahead. What is Washington's answer? Erin Burnett is there with key members of the deficit commission. »Tomorrow 2:00PM ET LATEST VIDEO The Outlook for UK Growth CNBC's Maria Bartiromo sits down with UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne to get his take on what's ahead for the UK economically and fiscally as well as why Britain contributed to the aid package to Ireland. » Watch Video   Debt Commission Co-Chairs on Negotiati

Stocks See Uneven Fall After Mixed Economic Data - U.S. Commentary . RTTNews Evening Market Wrap

Evening Market Wrap Tue Nov 30  2010 Commentary Nov 30, 2010 Stocks See Uneven Fall After Mixed Economic Data - U.S. Commentary Stocks closed down by varied margins on Tuesday, with uneven trading seen on the heels of a batch of mixed economic reports. Data showing that home price growth slowed for a fourth consecutive month prompted some selling in the markets, while measures of consumer confidence and Chicago-area business activity surprised to the upside, easing the pullback. Full Article Economic News Nov 30, 2010 U.S. Home Prices Increase At Slower Annual Rate In September U.S. home prices saw a continued annual rate of growth in the month of September, according to a report released by Standard & Poor's on Tuesday, although the annual rate of growth slowed for the fourth consecutive month. The report showed that the S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Composite Home Price Index rose at an annual rate of 0.6 percent in September compared to the 1.7

NYT: Afternoon Business News .- Europe Debt Fears Hit More Secure Countries.

BUSINESS: Europe Debt Fears Hit More Secure Countries By LANDON THOMAS Jr. The concerns in the bond markets are further straining the decade-old monetary union. Wall Street Tries to Recover From Earlier Losses 3:36 PM ET E.U. Opens Google Antitrust Inquiry By JAMES KANTER and ERIC PFANNER The European regulator said it would examine claims the Internet giant has abused its dominance in online search. DealBook Google Said to Be Bidding on Groupon By EVELYN M. RUSLI and CLAIRE CAIN MILLER A deal for $5 billion to $6 billion could be struck as soon as this week and would be Google's largest acquisition. Square Feet A Solar Spree as Federal Grants Come to an End By ALISON GREGOR The end of a federal grant program on Dec. 31 has spurred a race by companies to build solar energy systems. Media Decoder Blog CBS Replacing 'Early Show' Anchors By BRIAN STELTER and BILL CARTER In a dramatic facelift, CBS News

Wall Street falls as debt woes plague | Financial & Forex Info News | Reuters Daily Investor Update

FINANCIAL & FOREX INFO NEWS FROM. REUTERS - DAILY INVESTOR UPDATE Wall Street falls as debt woes plague Consumer and manufacturing data show improvement Obama and Republicans agree to negotiate on taxes Bernanke says lowering joblessness very important Shoppers favored cash on Black Friday: survey Retail gasoline demand up 2.3 percent: Mastercard Restaurants eye holiday gains, wish Christmas was a weekday GM hiring to push electric effort beyond Volt Google nears deal to buy Groupon: reports Airbus ready to upgrade A320, may announce Wednesday

Gold jumps on China's fund approval | Financial & Forex Info News | The Australian Business Briefing

FINANCIAL & FOREX INFO NEWS             St George plans aggressive strategy EXCLUSIVE Glenda Korporaal ST GEORGE'S new chief executive Rob Chapman has unveiled an aggressive strategy to expand in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.   S&P mulls credit downgrade on Portugal John Kell CREDIT ratings agency Standard & Poor's says it is mulling a downgrade on Portugal's investment-grade ratings, citing economic pressures.   Wall St falls as European risks weigh UPDATED Donna Kardos Yesalavich US stocks fell today as investors continued to worry about the European sovereign-debt crisis.   Gold jumps on China's fund approval Matt Whittaker GOLD rallied today as China moved to spur more investment in the metal at a time when investors are clamouring for it as a refuge.   Bank costs have peaked: RBA Scott Murdoch THE Reserve Bank has emphasised funding costs for major banks