harveyorgan.blogspot.com / By Harvey Organ / Tuesday, September 26, 2013
Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen:
Gold closed down $12.30 cents to $1323.60 (comex closing time ). Silver was down 12 cents to $21.72
In the access market today at 5:15 pm tonight here are the final prices:
At the Comex, the open interest in silver rose by 613 contracts to 112,930.
The open interest on the entire gold comex contracts fell by 1738 contracts to 376,478. At this low level of open interest, it will almost be impossible for the crooks to fleece any more longs from the tree.
Tonight, the Comex registered or dealer inventory of gold remains constant. It is now well below the 1 million oz mark, and also is well below the 700,000 oz level recording at 672,042. oz or 20.90 tonnes . With no gold entering the dealer side it seems almost impossible for the bankers to settle upon longs once the December contract hits. The total of all gold at the comex (dealer and customer) falls again tonight and below the 7 million oz barrier resting at 6.863 million oz or 213.47 tonnes.
JPMorgan’s customer inventory remains constant at 246,327.488 oz or 7.66 tonnes. It’s dealer inventory remains constant at 214,144.712 oz or 6.6607 tonnes.
The total of the 3 major gold bullion dealers( Scotia , HSBC and JPMorgan) in its Comex dealer account again remains constant in gold inventory tonight and its resting inventory is 16.686 tonnes of gold. Brinks continues to record a low of only 3.76 tonnes in its dealer account.
Thanks to BrotherJohnF