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May 4, 2011

GATA: - THE GATA DISPATCHES: Mexico's Central Bank Huge Gold Purchase / Lars Schall The War on Gold and Silver / Is Mexico buying Siver too?

Huge gold purchase by Mexico's central bank: 100 tonnes

By Jack Farchy
Financial Times, London
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/cbc02e10-7637-11e0-b4f7-00144feabdc0,s01=1.htm...
The central bank of Mexico bought nearly 100 tonnes of gold in February and March, the latest emerging market country to turn to bullion as a means of diversifying away from the faltering dollar.
The purchase is one of the largest by a central bank in recent history. The gold, worth $4.6 billion at current prices, is equivalent to about 3.5 per cent of annual mined output.
The central bank has not been publicly announced the move but has reported it both on its own balance sheet, posted it online, and reported it to the International Monetary Fund's statistics on international reserves.

Central banks became net buyers of gold last year after two decades of heavy selling, a dramatic reversal that has helped propel the price of bullion to a series of record highs.
On Wednesday morning, gold was trading at $1,535 a troy ounce, down from the nominal record of $1,575.79 touched on Monday.
Mexico follows other booming emerging-market economies, including China, India, and Russia, which have all made large additions to their gold reserves in recent years.
Matthew Turner, precious metals strategist at Mitsubishi, the Japanese trading house, said the purchase "seems to confirm there's an appetite now among emerging economies with large forex reserves to add to their gold reserves. Gold is seen as one way in which to diversify away from the dollar- or euro-denominated assets."
The dollar has plunged 10 per cent since January against the world's major currencies and is trading near an all-time low. Robert Zoellick, president of the World Bank, has suggested that gold should form part of a new international monetary system.
China announced in 2009 that it had bought 454 tonnes of gold over the previous six years; India bought 200 tonnes of gold directly from the International Monetary Fund in October 2009; and Russia has bought just less than 400 tonnes on the open market over the past five years.
However, Mexico's buying in February and March, which amounted to 93.3 tonnes of gold, is one of the most rapid programmes of accumulation on record. Apart from India's off-market purchase in 2009, the 78.5 tonnes bought in March is the largest monthly purchase by a central bank in at least a decade, according to data from the World Gold Council.
The Bank of Mexico could not be reached for comment on Wednesday morning.



Lars Schall: The war on gold (and silver)


1:11p ET Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):
German journalist Lars Schall attended the recent GoldMoney conference in Munich and interviewed GATA Chairman Bill Murphy, GoldMoney founder James Turk, and Egon von Greyerz of Matterhorn Asset Manager in Zurich about central banking's war on gold and silver. The interviews are headlined "The War on Gold (and Silver)" and you can find them at Schall's Internet site here:
http://www.larsschall.com/2011/05/04/the-war-on-gold/
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.



Huge gold purchase by Mexico's central bank: 100 tonnes


By Jack Farchy
Financial Times, London
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/cbc02e10-7637-11e0-b4f7-00144feabdc0,s01=1.htm...
The central bank of Mexico bought nearly 100 tonnes of gold in February and March, the latest emerging market country to turn to bullion as a means of diversifying away from the faltering dollar.
The purchase is one of the largest by a central bank in recent history. The gold, worth $4.6 billion at current prices, is equivalent to about 3.5 per cent of annual mined output.
The central bank has not been publicly announced the move but has reported it both on its own balance sheet, posted it online, and reported it to the International Monetary Fund's statistics on international reserves.


 Central banks became net buyers of gold last year after two decades of heavy selling, a dramatic reversal that has helped propel the price of bullion to a series of record highs.
On Wednesday morning, gold was trading at $1,535 a troy ounce, down from the nominal record of $1,575.79 touched on Monday.
Mexico follows other booming emerging-market economies, including China, India, and Russia, which have all made large additions to their gold reserves in recent years.
Matthew Turner, precious metals strategist at Mitsubishi, the Japanese trading house, said the purchase "seems to confirm there's an appetite now among emerging economies with large forex reserves to add to their gold reserves. Gold is seen as one way in which to diversify away from the dollar- or euro-denominated assets."
The dollar has plunged 10 per cent since January against the world's major currencies and is trading near an all-time low. Robert Zoellick, president of the World Bank, has suggested that gold should form part of a new international monetary system.
China announced in 2009 that it had bought 454 tonnes of gold over the previous six years; India bought 200 tonnes of gold directly from the International Monetary Fund in October 2009; and Russia has bought just less than 400 tonnes on the open market over the past five years.
However, Mexico's buying in February and March, which amounted to 93.3 tonnes of gold, is one of the most rapid programmes of accumulation on record. Apart from India's off-market purchase in 2009, the 78.5 tonnes bought in March is the largest monthly purchase by a central bank in at least a decade, according to data from the World Gold Council.
The Bank of Mexico could not be reached for comment on Wednesday morning.
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Mining Interactive: Mawson Files one of Finland's Largest Claim Applications At Rompas.



May 4, 2011
MAWSON RESOURCES LTD.
MAWSON FILES ONE OF FINLAND’S LARGEST CLAIM APPLICATIONS AT ROMPAS

  • Title secured over a +30km mineralized trend – a new mineralized camp between the Rompas-Rumavuoma-Mustamaa gold-uranium projects;

  • Mawson now holds a total of 833 claim applications for 75,340 hectares at the Rompas Project;

  • Intensive surface exploration program over the entire area starting in late May, 2011;

  • The shallow drill program previously reported at Rompas has been completed.
States Michael Hudson, Mawson President & CEO: “Besides the outstanding bonanza gold and uranium exploration results reported by the Company on Feb 22, 2011 from the first year of exploration along the 6km long trend at Rompas, Mawson has now defined a new and large gold-uranium mineralized camp, extending over a strike extent of 30km.  The prospectivity of the area is reflected in the Company applying for one of Finland’s largest contiguous claim applications.  We look forward to putting a large field team back on the ground later this month.”

Dear Friends:

After the last year of exploration, Rompas has been proven to be big and high grade.  And now Rompas has been proven to be a smaller part of a much larger gold-uranium mineralized camp over 30km.  And Mawson has secured 100% title to this areaWow! And Mawson will be back on the ground in the next few weeks due to an unusually warm start to summer.  This will give the Company a full 5 month run to explore, define and increase the size of the exciting Rompas discovery and beyond.
The other side of the coin is the warm start to summer has meant the shallow-hole drilling was completed earlier than expected.  To manage expectations, and as Mawson’s President, Michael Hudson, has been informing those in his recent marketing campaigns, the completed drill program was not permitted or intended to be an ore discovery program.  On average each drill hole went into the basement below soil cover for only one or two meters.  Each hole was designed to give the Company’s geologists great knowledge of the rocks that lie below soil cover along strike from the bonanza grades of gold and uranium found at surface. Mawson is working diligently to advance its understanding of this exciting discovery and working hard behind the scenes to keep the permitting process on track.  It is widely understood that Finland is slow to permit, but is one of the most secure jurisdictions for exploration and mining in the world.

This large new area defined and secured by Mawson is extremely positive indeed!

Stay Tuned - - Stay Tuned - - Stay Tuned - - as the Mawson Story unfolds!!


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Nick L. Nicolaas
Mining Interactive "Ahead of the Pack"
Gold at Rompas Finland


URANIUM and GOLD IN SCANDINAVIA.

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The Australian Ping Newsletter: Westpack System crash in IT meltdown

Ping Newsletter
australianIT.com.au
Westpac systems crash in IT meltdown
AN air-conditioning failure crippled Westpac's IT systems throughout the nation one day after reporting record profits of almost $4 billion.
Sony says hacker left taunting message
SONY told US lawmakers that an intruder left a taunting message for the company in a recent computer attack.
Crisis tests Sony's heir apparent
SONY'S security crisis is a critical test of the skills of Kazuo Hirai, the man most likely to become the electronics giant's next CEO.
Discounts extend Telstra's lead
TELSTRA'S aggressive discounting of mobile phone plans has helped cement its market-leading position.
Network faces bush backlash over grant
A GROUP of wireless broadband providers has warned the government it must resuscitate its bush broadband subsidy scheme.
NBN chief accused of hiding from scrutiny
NBN Co chief Mike Quigley, has told a parliamentary committee he will not appear before the next Senate estimates hearing.
Games maker races ahead under US wing
THE idea that Australian talent will be wasted is alien to Rob Murray, founder of Melbourne-based games maker Firemint.
Aussie surfs e-wave to $106m bonanza
IN his school yearbook, Phillip McGriskin proudly listed his sporting achievements, but was more modest in his career aims.
Sony Australia vague on Privacy Act compliance
SONY Computer Entertainment Australia has refused to provide an iron-clad guarantee that it destroys users' outdated personal information.
Vodafone moves into fixed-line for NBN
VODAFONE Hutchison Australia will break away from its mobile roots and provide fixed-line services to residents for the NBN. 
Click here for all headlines More IT Business Piracy dispute panel proposed QIC shift to nimble financials pays off US court untangles CSIRO case Veda, Suncorp tackle ID theft More Exec Tech Nokia's hard call to sell E7 Software to help password management Flightsim takes a nosedive Android smartphones winning over 'app' makers

The Economist : New Selected Articles. May 4, 2011: Banyan | Democracy in America | Newsbook | (violence in Syria) | Newsbook ( Fosters Sell Off Wine Business ) | Gulliver | Daily Chart | The Economist Asks | Online Debate |


Banyan explains the reasons for humiliation in Pakistan and some modest hope over the border

Democracy in America examines the ethics and realpolitik of assassination

Newsbook notes the increasing violence in Syria

Newsbook also sees Fosters sell off its troubled wine business

Gulliver is unable to lament the death of Jazz

Daily chart: Dollar exchange rates

The Economist Asks: Should Warren Buffett's son take over as independent chairman of Berkshire Hathaway?

Online debate: Is a 2% inflation target too low?

Financial & Forex Info | The Australian Capital Circle: More Budget Leaks as Gillard prepares for Carbon Crunch



Capital Circle Newsletter

More budget leaks as Gillard prepares for carbon crunch
Yesterday it was skills, today, tough love: Julia Gillard's budget story continues.

The PM's diary: Julia Gillard is in Campbelltown, Sydney, this morning to announce at 9.30am her budget plan to crackdown on welfare dependent teenage mothers, who'll be forced back to school in a move designed to tackle inter-generational poverty (report). The PM will spend the rest of the day in Sydney before travelling to Adelaide tonight.
Tony Abbott is in northern Tasmania this morning and will fly to Adelaide this afternoon to continue his campaign against the carbon tax.
Wayne Swan is blitzing the media this morning, appearing on Sky News, ABC Melbourne with Waleed Aly and ABC Sydney with Deb Cameron.
Tony Windsor talks to Capital Circle about plummeting support for the carbon tax: "I've been critical of the salesmanship of this. But what I take from this (Newspoll) is that 78 per cent of people believe in climate change and given the Abbott line has really to been to denigrate climate change, I'm surprised, given the onslaught.
"If I was a government - and I'm not - I'd be encouraged and the point I'd make to them is to get your marketing right.'' More online at www.theaustralian.com.au later this morning.
Under wraps: Defence Force boss Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston hosted a visit to Canberra by Pakistan's Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, General Khalid Shameem Wynne, this week. After further meetings with Minster Stephen Smith, national security types and the chaps at ASPI Houston and Wynne "discussed the security situation in Pakistan and our shared interest in countering violent militant extremism there...Both sides welcomed the recent United States operation that resulted in the death of Osama Bin Laden''.
Inquiry: The House of Representatives Infrastructure and Communications committee is conducting an inquiry into NBN and will hold public hearings in Perth on today and Friday.
In Canberra today: Gareth Evans will deliver the Freilich Foundation Lecture on Law and Human Rights at ANU
Read more...






NYT: Afternoon Business News: Ukraine Looks to Shale Gas to Break Dependence on Russian Gas



BUSINESS

Ukraine Looks to Shale Gas to Break Dependence on Russian Gas

By ANDREW E. KRAMER
Ukraine's president signed an exploration agreement with the United States and reached an accord with the European Union that opens Ukraine's pipelines to Western companies.

As China Invests, U.S. Could Lose

By DAVID BARBOZA
China is poised to invest up to $2 trillion overseas in the next decade, but whether the United States will participate is a big question, a study says.

Intel Increases Transistor Speed by Building Upward

By JOHN MARKOFF
Intel's new design uses a remarkably small fin that could make smaller, faster and lower-power chips.

Borrowing Costs Rise for Portugal Despite Deal on Bailout

By RAPHAEL MINDER
Portugal had to offer higher rates to sell short-term debt Wednesday, suggesting that investors were still nervous, even after its caretaker government agreed to a rescue plan.
App Smart

To Improve Your Swing: Bend Your Knees and Find a Good App

By BOB TEDESCHI
Golf-related apps have been around awhile, but the lineup has improved significantly with time.

The Washington Post | Post Politics Afternoon Edition

The Washington Post

Politics Afternoon Edition

HEADLINES

  1. Obama will not release bin Laden photos

    President Obama tells '60 Minutes' that he has decided not to release photos of Osama bin Laden's body, CBS News reported Wednesday.
    » Read full article
  2. The Fix: The power of political images

    Why the debate over whether to release a photo of Osama bin Laden is politically important.
    » Read full article
  3. Study: Americans as divided as ever

    Across the political spectrum, Americans are more ideological in their political views, according to a new Pew Research Center study.
    » Read full article
  4. It's special elections season

    It’s that time of year again — time for the incredible, over-analyzed special elections.
    » Read full article
  5. Bush will not join Obama at Ground Zero

    Former President George W. Bush, who has largely stayed away from politics since returning to Texas in 2009, has praised Obama and his administration for hunting down bin Laden, but opted not to attend Thursday's event.
    » Read full article

Financial & Forex Info | Reuters -m Daily Investor Upsate. Wall Street ends down on Economic Worry.









News

LATEST NEWS
Wall Street ends down on economic worry
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks ended lower for a third day on Wednesday as another set of weak economic figures heightened stock investors' anxiety over the extended rally. | Full Article

News Corp profit down on weaker movie slate
May 04, 2011 04:14 PM ET
NEW YORK (Reuters) - News Corp posted a lower quarterly profit on a weaker box office performance than a year ago, which was partly offset by strong performance at its cable television business. | Full Article
Data signals weakness in recovery in April
May 04, 2011 01:27 PM ET
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Signs of weakness in the U.S. economic recovery mounted as reports on Wednesday showed a sharp slowdown in the vast services sector and less hiring by private companies in April. | Full Article
Glencore $11 billion IPO to make billionaires of bosses
May 04, 2011 02:13 PM ET
LONDON/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Glencore Chief Executive Ivan Glasenberg could be worth $10 billion after the commodities trader makes its debut later this month in a record public offering valuing the commodities group at some $60 billion. | Full Article
Fed's Williams: U.S. not facing runaway inflation
May 04, 2011 04:26 PM ET
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The United States is not heading into a sustained bout of high inflation, a top Federal Reserve Bank official said on Wednesday, despite a recent surge in energy and food prices that is sparking fears of 1970s-style price rises. | Full Article
US TOP NEWS
Obama decides not to release bin Laden photos
May 04, 2011 04:32 PM ET
WASHINGTON/ABBOTTABAD (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Wednesday he had decided not to release photographs of Osama bin Laden's body because they could have incited violence and been used as an al Qaeda propaganda tool. | Full Article
ICC prosecutor seeks 3 arrest warrants on Libya
May 04, 2011 01:54 PM ET
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The International Criminal Court prosecutor will request three arrest warrants for his investigation into killings of pro-democracy demonstrators in Libya and said on Wednesday states should prepare for arrests. | Full Article
Treasury suggests $2 trillion debt cap raise: sources
May 04, 2011 04:09 PM ET
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Treasury has told lawmakers a roughly $2 trillion rise in the legal limit on federal debt would be needed to ensure the government can keep borrowing through the 2012 presidential election, sources with knowledge of the discussions said. | Full Article
Buffett Foundation gives $4 million for sorghum in Africa
May 04, 2011 04:06 PM ET
KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) - Efforts to develop sorghum fortified with vitamins that will grow in Africa got a boost on Wednesday from a $4 million grant from the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. | Full Article
Rajaratnam jury restarts, asks for more phone taps
May 04, 2011 03:46 PM ET
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The jury in Raj Rajaratnam's insider trading trial started to consider the case anew after one panelist was excused for medical reasons and replaced, while the ailing hedge fund founder was absent from court. | Full Article
HEALTH NEWS
Do video games make kids eat more?
Virtual reality shows promise for stroke patients
U.S. asthma rates rising but reasons unclear: CDC
U.S. Republicans push to repeal healthcare funds
Retailer Safeway recalls certain foodstuffs

MarketWatch | Personal Finance Daily | Financial-bureau fight is bad news for consumers.

MarketWatch

Personal Finance Daily
MAY 04, 2011

Wednesday's Personal Finance Stories

By MarketWatch



Don't miss these top stories:

Would a delay in the establishment of the much-touted and long-awaited Consumer Financial Protection Bureau help or hurt consumers? As is often the case in Washington, D.C., it depends on who you talk to. Andrea Coombes talks to quite a few consumer advocates and lawmakers and reports today on the potential impact and the importance of political perception of three proposed pieces of legislation that could really dull the regulatory teeth of the CFPB, if passed.

And don't miss Robert Powell's Your Portfolio column today. He talks with some of the nation's top investment advisers about the outlook for potential market risks, including high energy prices, changing inflationary expectations and the government's debt problems. These, he says, suggest some sort of near-term consolidation.

Anne Stanley , Managing Editor, Personal Finance

Financial-bureau fight is bad news for consumers

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a key component of the Dodd-Frank bank-reform law, could find its sharp regulatory teeth dulled if three bills now under consideration in the U.S. House of Representatives become law. And consumer advocates say that, even though it's unlikely these bills will make it through the Senate, the mere fact of their existence signals trouble ahead for the agency.
Read more: Financial-bureau fight is bad news for consumers.


REAL ESTATE

Six tips to finding the best deals on rent

The competition for rental homes is heating up as more Americans choose to rent instead of buy. And that increase in demand is driving up rents in some markets. Here are six ways to find the best deals on rent.
Read more: Six tips to finding the best deals on rent.


Strategic defaults could get very ugly

As home values continue to decline and loan-to-value ratios rise, the number of homeowners choosing to walk away from their mortgage obligation will relentlessly grow. That means growing trouble for nearly all major housing markets around the country, writes Keith Jurow.
Read more: Strategic defaults could get very ugly.


INVESTING

Near-term consolidation may be coming fast

As walls of worry go, this one has more than a few of cracks. And those cracks are getting more and more worrisome according to some of the nation's top investment officers.
Read more: Near-term consolidation may be coming fast.


Is gold about to go vertical?

If you want to bet on a mania, you have any number of options.
Read more: Is gold about to go vertical?


Funny thing happened on way to bank

Have any doubts about how overheated the gold market has become in recent weeks?
Read more: Funny thing happened on way to bank.


ECONOMY & POLITICS

Growth in service sector dramatically tapers

The U.S. service sector continued to expand in April, but at a much slower rate compared to the prior month, according to a survey of senior executives.
Read more: Growth in service sector dramatically tapers.


U.S. to auction $72 billion in quarterly refunding

The amount of debt to be auctioned off next week is unchanged from the government's previous refunding. The auctions come at a time of partisan political disagreement over whether to raise the government's debt ceiling.
Read more: U.S. to auction $72 billion in quarterly refunding.


ADP: U.S. firms add 179,000 jobs in April

The U.S. private sector added 179,000 jobs in April, the lowest increase since November, the payroll-handling firm Automatic Data Processing Inc. said Wednesday. In a separate report, Challenger Gray says company layoffs fell in April to their third lowest level in 16 months.
Read more: ADP: U.S, firms add 179,000 jobs in April.


Commentary: Economy is growing, but too slowly

The ISM and ADP reports show the U.S. economy is growing, but not nearly as fast as we'd like, writes Rex Nutting.
Read more: Economy is growing, but too slowly.


INTERNATIONAL

Asian trio to study dollar alternative: report

China, Japan and South Korea are said to be looking at the possibility of substituting their own currencies for the U.S. dollar in regional trade settlement.
Read more: Asian trio to study dollar alternative.


China's long march upward faces hurdles: analysts

China's transformation to a high-income nation will be nearly completed within five years, though the rise will come at a price — including surging unemployment, as its competitiveness in low-wage manufacturing erodes — according to analysts at Daiwa Capital Markets.
Read more: China's long march upward faces hurdles.

CBS Evening News with Kate Couric: Obama: I won't release bin Laden death photos

The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric newsletter

EVENING NEWS TOP STORIES




Hi everyone,

In an interview with Steve Kroft for "60 Minutes" today President Obama said he will not release the photo showing Osama bin Laden's body, because the graphic nature could incite violence. "There's no doubt we killed Osama bin Laden," Mr. Obama told Kroft. "There's no need to spike the football." We'll have clip from the interview tonight. The full interview airs Sunday night. David Martin, meanwhile, is learning new details of the raid, including this: bin Laden had cash and two phone numbers sewn into his clothing, perhaps suggesting he would have fled, if he'd been given the chance. Elizabeth Palmer is at the compound in Abbottobad, where neighbors are still incredulous over the news that they lived near the world's most wanted terrorist. Pakistan's Prime Minister said responsibility for the intelligence failure lies with the whole world, not Pakistan alone. Finally - there was once a time in this country when blacks and whites could not sit side by side on a bus or in many restaurants. A movement that helped change that began 50 years ago today. Russ Mitchell reports on the Freedom Rides. Katie Couric

CouricandCo@cbs.com

LATEST HEADLINES
Scott Pelley named anchor of Award-winning "60 Minutes" correspondent to fill anchor chair vacated by Katie Couric

Panetta: relationship with Pakistan CIA Director tells Katie Couric if bin Laden was captured, the plan was to take him to Bagram and transfer him to a ship offshore

Bin Laden mission was roll of the dice for Obama Revelation of new details show how close operation that led to death of al Qaeda's leader came to disaster

MarketWatch | Market Pulse: Stocks retreat as economic outlook darkens




By Laura Mandaro 
 
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SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- U.S. stocks closed broadly lower Wednesday as investors focused on disappointing data from the U.S. services sector and on private-sector jobs growth. The Dow Jones Industrial Average /quotes/comstock/10w!i:dji/delayed DJIA -0.66% fell 83.93 points, or 0.7%, to 12,723.58, led by a 2.2% drop in Caterpillar, Inc. /quotes/comstock/13*!cat/quotes/nls/cat CAT +0.06% shares and a 1.8% retreat in General Electric Co. /quotes/comstock/13*!ge/quotes/nls/ge GE +0.05% . The S&P 500 /quotes/comstock/21z!i1:in\x SPX -0.69% fell 9.3 points, 0.7%, to 1,347.32, with energy and materials leading a drop in all sectors. The Nasdaq Composite /quotes/comstock/10y!i:comp COMP -0.47% lost 13.39 points, or 0.5%, to 2,828.23.
/quotes/comstock/10w!i:dji/delayed
12,723.58
-83.93 -0.66%
Volume: 193.58m
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/quotes/comstock/13*!cat/quotes/nls/cat
$ 110.77
+0.07 +0.06%
Volume: 8.88m
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/quotes/comstock/13*!ge/quotes/nls/ge
$ 20.28
+0.01 +0.05%
Volume: 57.49m
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/quotes/comstock/21z!i1:in\x
1,347.32
-9.30 -0.69%
Volume: 0.00
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/quotes/comstock/10y!i:comp
2,828.23
-13.39 -0.47%
Volume: 607.32M
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