- 1963 January 16: 66. Memorandum From Secretary of the Treasury Dillon to President Kennedy
- 1965 Emminger´s G-of-10 report: Report of the study group on creation of reserve assets
- 1967 December 16 - 59. Circular Telegram From the Department of State to All Posts
In March 1968, the central bank governors of Belgium, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States agreed to establish a two-tier market for gold: that is, central bankers would continue to buy and sell gold among themselves at the official gold price but would no longer engage in transactions in the private gold market, thus allowing the private market price to fluctuate.
- The London Gold Pool controls were followed with an effort to suppress the gold price with a two-tier system of official exchange and open market transactions, but this gold window collapsed in 1971 with the Nixon Shock, and resulted in the onset of the gold bull market which saw the price of gold appreciate rapidly to US$850 in 1980.
- 1968 March 17 - 145. Editorial Note
- 1968 March 14: 189. Memorandum From the President's Special Assistant (Rostow) to President Johnson
- 1969 - Werner plan
- 1969 - 1. Summary of the Report of the Task Force on U.S. Balance of Payments Policies
- 1969-1972: (January-69?/undated) 111. Volcker Group Paper
- 1969 February 12 - Barre report
- 1969 - The Hague summit
- 1969 February 18: 115. Talking Paper Prepared in the Department of the Treasury
- 1969 March 14 - 191. Editorial Note
- 1969 March 14 - 189. Memorandum From the President's Special Assistant (Rostow) to President Johnson
- 1969 July 24: 134. Telegram From the Embassy in France to the Department of State
- 1969 November 6 - 142. Airgram From the Department of State to Treasury Representatives at the Embassies in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan
- 1969 January 1: U.S. Federal oil depletion allowance reduced from 27.5 to 22.0 percent.
- 1969 May 3: TAP line from Saudi Arabia to the Mediterranean interrupted in Syria, creating all-time tanker rate highs from June to December.
- 1969 September 4 - October 9 Libya raises posted prices and increases tax rate from 50 percent to 55 percent. Iran and Kuwait follow in November.
- 1970 September 10: 148. Volcker Group Paper
- 1970 December 9: OPEC meeting in Caracas establishes 55 percent as minimum tax rate and demands that posted prices be changed to reflect changes in foreign exchange rates.
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
A trial - Pre 1973 timeline
US Gov docs + WIKILeaks + Timeline (oil/gold/politics):