Subject: Nadita File - 08/26/2014 - The Spin Starts Here :)
Nadita File – 08/26/2014 Brought From Dinar Daily
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Ukraine Crisis : Calkid11 can’t believe Ukrainian Pres. Poroshenko and Russian Pres. Putin have sat for talks in Belarus. First face to face meeting since June on fighting in eastern Ukraine.
Ukraine says 10 Russian paratroopers have been captured inside the eastern part of the country. Pro-Russian rebels are fighting in that area.
Israel – Gaza Showdown : Chess is happy to hear senior hamas official says a cease fire has been reached with Israel to end a 7 week war. Israel confirms acceptance of Egyptian brokered cease fire in Gaza war. Officials says Egypt plans announcement later today.
Syria Ordeal : Gymrat76541 reported White House says Pres. Obama has not approved military action inside Syria. Syria says airstrikes without their consent would be aggression. Joint Chief Chairman Gen. Dempsey says US getting more refined picture of ISIS.
Wants more clarity on ISIS operations in Syria. Officials say US has begun surveillance flights over Syria. Move could pave way for airstrikes against ISIS militants.
Other News : Saint takes a deep breath to hear VA says investigators found no proof delays in care caused deaths at Phoenix hospital. Reports rocked the VA last spring, highlighting scheduling problems. Lawyers for Wisconsin and Indiana try today to get appeals court to reinstate bans on gay weddings.
Ban was ruled unconstitutional. LA schools suspends $1B contract with Apple to provide iPads for each of its students. Questions raised about bidding process and security protocols.
Littlesam is praying for the weather as Cristobal reaches hurricane force in the Carribean, blamed for 5 deaths. In the Pacific, Hurricane Marie weakened to category 3 storm. More aftershocks in Napa this morning, officials say area far from devastated despite a billion dollars in damages. This is a busy harvest and tourist period.
Boosterbglee heard Australia to spend $60M to counter violent extremism and radicalization. PM Abbott says at least 60 Australians are fighting for ISIS overseas. Italy wants EU to do more to help it rescue migrants fleeing violence in their home countries. More than 100K people came to Italy this year after fleeing Libya.
California governor Jerry Brown signs bill requiring smartphones to come with”kill switch”. Chevron (CVX) is seeking an investment of up to $1.5B to develop an oil project in Canada.
UN healthy agency wants e-cigarettes regulated and banned from indoor use until vapor proved not harmful. Also wants ban on sales to minors.
New York Kevin heard ISIS reportedly holding an American woman hostage in Syria. The 26 year old was doing humanitarian aid work when she was kidnapped last year.
She has not been id’d out of fear for her safety. A family rep says ISIS which recently beheaded James Foley is threatening to kill American hostages as it seeks to create a caliphate across Iraq and Syria.
National Security Spox confirming the death of former San Diego resident Douglas McArthur McCain while fighting for ISIS in Syria. US government is aware of his presence in Syria. Investigators are working to verify the circumstances of his death.
CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden says Ebola virus has the upper hand in the outbreak that has killed more than 1400 people in West Africa. WHO estimates one to two doctors are available to treat 100,000 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea – 3 hardest hit countries. WHO says 240 healthcare workers have been infected with the virus and half of those infected have died.
Wiljor is happy to hear Federal judge throws out order to seize tanker anchored in Gulf of Mexico carrying $100M worth of Kurdish crude. Opens possibility of importing the oil. New poll reveals 16% of French citizens back ISIS militants, 2% of Germany, and 7% in Britain.
Genx4me heard Kevin Counihan named new CEO of federal Obamacare marketplace. Counihan was CEO of Connecticut’s Health Insurance Exchange.
Dow gained 30 points today. Oil higher with global tensions in focus. Gold off 2 month low, closed at $1,284, silver at $19.40, copper at $3.18. Crude oil closed at $93.91.
TransUnion says credit card payments at least 90 days overdue fell to 1.16% in Q2. That’s the lowest level in at least 7 years, peaked in Q1 of 2009 at 3.12%.
Walt Disney filed for three patents related to the use of drones in air shows. Micro cap camera maker Digital Alley (DGLY) in focus as police shooting leads to calls for cops to wear cameras. The stock closed at $14.28, gaining 14% today.
Thriver can’t make up his mind whether he wants burger and doughnuts? Burger King finalizes deal to acquire Canada based doughnut chain Tim Hortons.
Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway to make $3B investment via preferred shares. Deal is not about a tax inversion. US will get more money in taxes after Tim Hortons deal.
Preferred dividends taxed at higher rate because foreign company involved. Deal structure more about getting approval by Canada, which considers Tim Hortons a national icon.
Chinese antitrust regulator target Microsoft’s web browser, media player being bundled with its OS. Russian food safety regulator shuts 5th McDonald’s restaurant, company cites mass unscheduled inspections. Pfizer and Merck to collaborate on immunotherapy study of potential lung cancer treatment.
Arcelor Mittal (MT) raised to buy from sell at UBS. Cray (CRAY) started as a buy with a $33 price target at Stifel. Aruba Networks (ARUN) adjust Q4 EPS $0.24, beats $0.22 est, revenue $202.9M beat $193M est.
Kite Pharma (KITE) says its lead cancer immunotherapy drug shows promise in trial. Tivo (TIVO) is introducing new DVR that can record both over the air broadcasts and streaming online networks. Renren (RENN) swings Q2 profit on gain on sale of short term investments.
From Dinar land : Car bomb in busy Shiite area in Baghdad kills at least 11, wounds dozens. Comes a day after attackes in Shiite areas in several cities, killed at least 58 people.
Vietnam1969 reported a new wave attacks commercial areas around Baghdad killed at least 45 people and injured scores many who were outside of Shiite mosque.
A military analyst said ISIS has been slightly wounded by US airstrikes, Peshmerga and security forces but definitely they are a dreadful and formidable fighting group which is well financed and organized.
He added it will take the efforts of multitude of regional countries and international cooperation to defeat them on long run.
PM Abadi has issued arrest warrants for 4 tribesmen in connection with Diyala mosque massacre that killed at least 73 Sunni worshippers. Sunni leaders halted the negotiating of forming the inclusive government.
The Iraqi parliament adjourned and announced its next session will be on Tuesday, September 2nd. Speaker of the House, Saleem al Jabouri said he will hold open and transparent investigations and public debate in regards to Speicher airbase incident in Salaheddin province. Relatives of victims will be invited to express their views and what they witnessed.
Parliament members who want to remain anonymous say the next week’s session will include establishing the committees who will immediately address all aspects of Iraq’s economy and monetary policies.
From rumor land : Frank26 says the rate is at all banks, GOI is not to be formed but to be announced.
Chattels thinks Abadi may announce on Wednesday but parliament is adjourned until September 2nd.
Mt. Goat believes RV roll out will be completed just prior to or just after the announcement.
Arthur hopes the formation of GOI on 9/11 will also include HCL and budget.
BGG says market dropped to 1203 today, within 2% difference and still be compliance with IMF requirements.
Breitling says soon or later Iraq has to increase the value or their people will not be able to compete on the world stage.
TerryK says he is getting from all his sources and without doubt this is our week.
Eagle1 says the info he is getting is imminent.
Poppy3 thinks we are at day by day possibility but no one knows for sure and never will in advance.