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Nov 4, 2012

ICE Futures U.S: Weekly Analysis of US Equity and Currency Markets November 4, 2012-.



Nick McDonald of Trade With Precision presents a concise technical analysis of these markets for the week ahead, using the Russell 2000® index and the ICE US Dollar Index® as pivotal focuses.

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GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH -November 4, 2012-: Hugo Salinas Price: On the use of gold coins as money

Hugo Salinas Price: On the use of gold coins as money

6:32p ET Sunday, November 3, 2012

Hugo Salinas Price, president of the Mexican Civic Association for Silver, writes that gold has gotten too valuable to be used as everyday money but silver remains well-suited for that and particularly for savings by ordinary people. Of course for almost a decade now Salinas Price and his group have been urging Mexico's government to issue an undemoniated silver coin whose official value in pesos would be quoted daily by the Mexican central bank and would never be reduced. He is optimistic about the chances that the Mexican Congress will enact such legislation next year. Salinas Price's commentary is headlined "On the Use of Gold Coins as Money" and it's posted at the civic association's Internet site here:

http://www.plata.com.mx/mplata/articulos/articlesFilt.asp?fiidarticulo=1...

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

NYT Global Update: November 4, 2012-.: Libya Attack Shows Pentagon's Limits in Region

The New York Times International Herald Tribune
November 4, 2012
Compiled 21:45 GMT

Global Update



TOP NEWS

Libya Attack Shows Pentagon's Limits in Region

By MICHAEL R. GORDON and ERIC SCHMITT
The Pentagon's Africa Command, based in Germany, lacked a quick-response force to send to Libya when American diplomatic posts came under attack in Benghazi.

Reeling From the Storm and Facing a New Danger: the Cold

By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ
Temperatures fell into the 30s on Sunday and are expected to drop below freezing this week as tens of thousands of people search for someplace to live.
Bits Blog

How New Yorkers Adjusted to Sudden Smartphone Withdrawal

By JENNA WORTHAM
With only sporadic access to text messaging and the Web, many in Hurricane Sandy's no-power zone quickly cobbled together systems for passing along information and arranging when and where to meet.
U.S.

Slide Show: Final Days on the Campaign Trail

With just three days left before voters go to the polls, President Obama used yet another stop in Ohio, a state that relies heavily on the auto industry, to hammer at Republican challenger Mitt Romney's earlier opposition to the government-orchestrated rescue.
Opinion

Opinion

After Tyrants, the People Must Act

By ANNE APPLEBAUM
If enough people are determined, they can destroy ancient and seemingly permanent legal, political, educational and religious institutions that are essential to civil society.
WORLD

Gay Pakistanis, Still in Shadows, Seek Acceptance

By MEGHAN DAVIDSON LADLY
A support group in Lahore for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Pakistanis aims to give a safe space to members as more try to gain family support, even in a climate of religious conservatism.
Changing of the Guard

Close Army Ties of China's New Leader Could Test the U.S.

By JANE PERLEZ
Xi Jinping will take the helm of a more confident China than the United States has ever known.

Bombing Kills Taliban Enemy in Pakistan

By SALMAN MASOOD
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the death of Fateh Khan, a member of the Awami National Party, and five others in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province.
BUSINESS

Google Casts a Big Shadow on Smaller Web Sites

By STEVE LOHR and CLAIRE CAIN MILLER
For Web sites that depend on their ranking in search results, Google's secret - and frequently fluctuating - search algorithm can evoke a complex blend of admiration and fear.

Party Planning, for Both Victory and Defeat

By DAVID SEGAL
As a feat of event planning, there is nothing quite like an election-night party, which could be an evening of triumph or fiasco, a celebration or a wake.

Resilient Romania Finds a Currency Advantage in a Crisis

By DAN BILEFSKY
By maintaining its cheaper currency, the lei, Romania has made its exports - two-thirds of which go to the euro zone - more competitive and secured a lower cost of living.
TECHNOLOGY

A Capitalist's Dilemma, Whoever Wins on Tuesday

By CLAYTON M. CHRISTENSEN
Corporations and private equity have billions of dollars on hand that they could use to empower innovation to end the economic slump. But how best to start the wheels turning?
Corner Office

If I Hire You, What's Your 100-Day Plan?

By ADAM BRYANT
John Duffy of 3C Interactive says he asks job candidates to describe what their first months on the job would be like, partly to "learn what their expectations are, and where they think we're at."

Cellphone Users Steaming at Hit-or-Miss Service

By BRIAN X. CHEN
Four days after Hurricane Sandy, the major carriers - AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile USA and Sprint - were still rebuilding their networks in the hardest-hit areas.
SPORTS

Raikkonen Wins, While Vettel Astonishes

By BRAD SPURGEON
Kimi Raikkonen drove from fourth place on the grid to victory 55 laps later at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, but the race was just as notable for the heroics of Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso.

Manchester United and Barcelona Show That Money Talks

By ROB HUGHES
As the rich clubs get richer, the smaller-market teams are struggling to find ways to keep their star players, or at least to make their games against the big powers interesting.

A Day for Thoroughbreds and the Fully Festive

By MATT SIEGEL
The Melbourne Cup kicks off the Australian summer with a pageant of horse racing.
U.S. NEWS

Man Behind FEMA's Makeover Built Philosophy on Preparation

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
While FEMA is still viewed with caution, W. Craig Fugate has done much to shore up its image, in part through self-flagellation even as he races around storm-savaged regions.

Fractured Recovery Divides the Region

By JAMES BARRON, SAM DOLNICK and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ
Hurricane Sandy has cut off whole towns from basic information, supplies and electricity, leaving individuals who have lost everything increasingly desperate for help.

Evoking 18th-Century Drama, a Tragedy on the Bounty

By DAN BARRY
A vessel of timber and lore was hammered by the hurricane, and the captain has not been found.
OPINION
Op-Ed Columnist

A Time for Choosing

By ROSS DOUTHAT
The election is a referendum on whether bigger government will be the new normal.
Op-Ed Columnist

The Morning After the Morning After

By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
Here's a daring prediction for Tuesday: the center-right/center-left will win.
Op-Ed Columnist

The Loin King

By MAUREEN DOWD
A community organizer finds his groove in Sandy's heartless swath.