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Aug 31, 2013

TF Metals Report: More Evidence that JPMorganChase has Cornered Comex Gold: GATA THE GATA DISPATCH AUGUST 31, 2013.

TF Metals Report: More evidence that JPMorganChase has cornered Comex gold

1:05p ET Saturday, August 31, 2013

The TF Metals Report's Turd Ferguson today analyzes gold futures market data and concludes that market analyst and silver market rigging whistleblower Ted Butler is right -- that JPMorganChase has cornered the Comex gold market. Ferguson further predicts that JPMorganChase will commence a short squeeze by December. Ferguson's analysis is headlined "More Evidence That JPM Has Cornered Comex Gold" and it's posted at the TF Metals Report's Internet site here:

http://www.tfmetalsreport.com/blog/5018/evidence-gold-corner

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NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS AUGUST 31, 2013: A Rarity: A Democrat to Lead the Fed.

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Compiled: August 31, 2013 03:37:55 PM

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A Rarity: A Democrat to Lead the Fed
The Fed and Supreme Court cultivate images of technocratic remove, but the ideology of their leaders still matters enormously. And Republicans have lead both for more than 25 years.

President Obama's Decision on Syria | The White House August 31.

The White House Saturday, August 31, 2013
President Obama's Decision on Syria
Just now, President Obama laid out the case for a targeted military action against Syrian regime targets as a result of their use of chemical weapons that killed over one thousand people -- including hundreds of children. The President also made clear that this would not be an open-ended intervention, and there will be with no American troops on the ground.
While the President was clear on the need for action, he announced he would seek Congressional authorization for the use of force.





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NYT | Global Update August 31, 2013: Obama Will Seek Syria Vote in Congress

August 31, 2013
Compiled 20:51 GMT

Global Update



TOP NEWS

Obama Will Seek Syria Vote in Congress

By PETER BAKER
President Obama said that he had decided that the United States should take military action against Syria, but that he would wait for a debate and vote in Congress when both houses return in September.
White House Memo

President Pulls Lawmakers Into Box He Made

By MARK LANDLER
After two years of resisting deeper involvement in Syria, President Obama finally decided to act - only to then decide to seek Congressional approval.
The Lede

Lawmakers Respond on Twitter to Obama's Statement on a Syria Vote

By MICHAEL ROSTON
Some lawmakers took to Twitter to respond to President Obama's announcement that he would ask Congress for authorization before launching a strike against Syria.
Opinion

Exposures

Women, Bought and Sold in Nepal

By KATIE ORLINSKY
Thousands of girls and women are smuggled across the Nepal-Indian border each year.
World

Video: Obama Speaks on Syria

President Obama spoke in the Rose Garden at the White House on Saturday, saying that he would seek Congressional approval for a strike on Syria.
WORLD

As Attack Looms, F.B.I. Sharpens Scrutiny of Syrians in U.S. for Signs of Retaliation

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
In an unusual step, federal officials also warned agencies and companies of possible cyberattacks if the American military takes action against Syria.

Silver Lining in China's Smog as It Puts Focus on Emissions

By CHRIS BUCKLEY
A plan would swiftly limit the carbon dioxide China produces from fossil fuels, which constitute over a quarter of the world's total such emissions.

For Some Afghans, Cost of Doing Business Includes U.S. Lawyers

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG
The hiring by prominent Afghan businessmen of some of the most prestigious law firms says a lot about just how good an opportunity the war has been for many people.
BUSINESS

Olympic Wheel of Fortune

By DAVID SEGAL
In a high-stakes financial battle, squash, wrestling, baseball and softball are vying for entry into the 2020 Games - and the endorsements, government funds and vast prestige that come with it.
The Boss

Trek Bicycle's Chief, on Lessons of the Night Shift

By JOHN BURKE
The chief executive of Trek Bicycle says a summer in a plastics factory during his college years taught him the value of hard work.

A Data Broker Offers a Peek Behind the Curtain

By NATASHA SINGER
The Acxiom Corporation is to open a Web site that will allow individual consumers to see some of the information that the company has collected about them.
TECHNOLOGY

Googling Yourself Takes on a Whole New Meaning

By CLIVE THOMPSON
The latest in high-tech eyewear.
Bits

From Example to Excess in Silicon Valley

By JENNA WORTHAM
The tech industry's spirit of good will seems to have gone by the wayside, perhaps overshadowed by a chase for power and wealth.
Bits Blog

Stealth Wear, Coming to a Store Near You

By JENNA WORTHAM
A designer has created a smartphone cover that he says will prevent snoopers from listening to conversations on a phone or gaining access to data transmitted over it.
SPORTS
On Tennis

A Display of Exuberance, Not Treason

By GREG BISHOP
When a crowd in New York City cheered for the Frenchman Gaël Monfils instead of John Isner, it led to a question: Are Americans obliged to cheer for other Americans?

Hewitt Upsets del Potro; Murray and Djokovic Rebound

By ZACH SCHONBRUN
Lleyton Hewitt stunned sixth-seeded Juan Martín del Potro, and Andy Murray rebounded after dropping a set to Leonardo Mayer at the United States Open.

With More Aggressive Game, Li Avenges Open Defeat

By LYNN ZINSER
With her improved game, Li Na defeated Laura Robson, whom she lost to at last year's United States Open. Sloane Stephens also won Friday.
U.S. NEWS

World of Grief and Doubt After an Adoptee's Death

By RACHEL L. SWARNS and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
The death of Max Shatto, a Russian boy adopted by a Texas family, bolstered an international furor over the adoption of Russian children. And it devastated the couple accused of abusing him.

A Camelot Nostalgia Tour for Those Who Remember, and Those Who Don't

By PETER BAKER
Attention is turning to John F. Kennedy's Camelot with as much intensity as the commemorations last week for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
OPINION
Op-Ed Columnist

A Much Less Special Relationship

By ROGER COHEN
The notion of following the United States into war has turned toxic in Britain.
Op-Ed Columnist

War-Weariness

By CHARLES M. BLOW
The president is out on a most precarious limb on the Syria issue.
Editorial

Absent on Syria

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Where are Congress and the United Nations Security Council on chemical weapons?