Nadita File – 09/22/2014 - Brought From Dinar Daily
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Ukraine Crisis : New York Kevin reported there are signs the truce in eastern Ukraine may be firming up. Government troops and pro Russian rebels have begun withdrawing heavy artillery from region.
Fighting ISIS : Turkish officials say more than 130,000 Syrian refugees have reached Turkey in pat four days. They are fleeing ISIS offensive near Turkish border. French Interior Minister says ISIS threatening to kill civilians in countries against the extremists. France says it’s confident in its security.
Captl1 agrees with White House, US rejects Iran’s offer to cooperate in fight against ISIS. Iran wanted more leeway on its nuke program. White House says that matter is entirely separate.
Other News : Chess wonders why Treasury Secy Lew talks on climate change says our infrastructure shows clear cost of climate change.
Our sewers, roads, water and power plants weren’t built for the extreme conditions we are facing.
Lew on tax inversion says he will have more to say about US efforts to address loophole of tax inversions. He calls business overseas moves as unfair practice.
NY’s Dudley says policy to remain expansionary for long period of time. Economy may need to exceed full employment for inflation to rise. Philly Fed Pres. Charles Plosser to retire March 1, 2015. Plosser has been president of Philly Fed since 2006, seen as hawkish policymaker.
Genx4me hopes the police will find the man. Police executing search and arrest warrant for man seen with UVA student before she went missing. He is a “person of interest” in Hannah Graham’s Sept. 13 disappearance.
Officials say they are hot on the trail of man they say ambushed two PA state troopers, killing one. They have found items Eric Frein left in woods, including an assault rifle.
Littlesam wonders if caveman can be found in Mars. NASA’s Maven explorer arrives at Mars after one year journey. Maven to prove Martian upper atmosphere.
Saint wonders what Gonzalez, 42 was thinking. He was charged with evading arrest, possession of sawed off shotgun in July, had map with White House circled. Secret service reviewing handling of breach.
New York jury finds Arab Bank PLC knowingly financed Hamas terrorist attacks in Israel, occupied territories since 2000. Jetpilotjim knows there is no compensation can bring the victims back, he is glad the bank is ordered to 300 American victims and their families.
Boosterbglee is surprised to hear US military officials say 3 Afghan army officers in the US were found tyring to cross into Canada. Went missing during training exercise at Camp Edwards, MA.
A-J516 is not surprised Afghanistan generally seems to be accepting the new presidential power sharing deal. Afghanistan did not release final vote totals.
High wind likely as firefighters battle huge king wildfire in northern California. Blaze has scorched 128 sq miles, 18% contained, threatenes 21K structures.
The bull slipped 104 points at trading today. Stocks close lower, Nasdaq has worst day since July 31st. Housing data, China in focus. 10 year yield ticks lower, oil dips on slow demand.
Energy and industrials among worst performance. Gold at 9 month low, closed at $1,216, silver at $17.17, copper at $3.04. Crude oil at $90.89
Alibaba still dominates the news today. Alibaba IPO is now biggest in history at $25B as underwriters exercise option to sell. Alibaba sold another 26.1M shares. Yahoo sold 18.3 million shares to underwriters. BABA lost 4% trading today, closing at $89.89.
Watercop is doing a happy dance as another China internet company, CNET gaining 63%, closed at $3.19. Rewalk (RWLK) also up nicely today, gaining 15%, closing at $31.72.
Thriver read Apple CEO Tim Cook says sales for new iPhones above their expectations. First weekend iPhone 6 sales top 10 million, sets record.
GM recalls 221,558 Cadillac XTS, Chevy Impalas for brake pad fire risk. GM compensation fund will be 21 deaths linked to faulty ignition switch, up from 19 (previously). Chrysler recalls nearly 189,000 SUVs due to fuel pump issue.
Average price gas down 9 cents in past two weeks to $3.37, down 34 cents in 13 weeks. It’s $3.07 in my area J
Game on hold as Microsoft delays launch of Xbox One console in China until end of the year.
Germany’s Merck to acquire Sigma Aldrich (SIAL) for $140/share in cash or $17B. It will boost Merck’s presence in life science industry. Price is 37% premium to Sigma’s Friday close.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer acquiring 55% stake in One Three Media and LightWorkers Media. TV hits include Survivor, The Voice, Shark Tank, terms not disclosed.
EMC Corp (EMC) is exploring options, including merger with rival. Has talked with HP and Dell. Google picks HTC to make its upcoming 9 inch Nexus tablet. HTC engineers have been working on Nexus project at Google heardquarters.
Tekmira Pharma (TKMR)’s Ebola treatment approved by FDA & Canada in patients who have confirmed or suspected infections.
Uneek sees the trouble as Sears got no acceptable offers for Canada unit after bidders examined company’s books. Anybody buying..?
Ruble the tumble, Blackstone is giving up on Russia, won’t renew contracts with consultants. Wonders who stiff who..?
ECB’s Draghi says Euro area economic recovery losing momentum, risks to expansion clearly to downside. Stand ready to use additional unconventional instruments.. and what is that..?
From Dinar Land : Guess words are faster than bombs as ISIL urged it’s followers to kill Americans, Frenchmen and the citizens of any country that fights them.
Chess thinks ISIL spokeman Adnani is delutional as he addressed Pres. Obama by likening him to Pres. George W. Bush when US invaded Iraq.
French Minister of Interior for calling for a show of force to fight ISIS barbarism. Adnani also condemns Saudi Arabia for agreeing to train free Syrian army on their territory.
He also addressed the Kurds and saying ISIL does not fight Kurds, only the unbelievers among them. The statement came after ISIL overran dozens of Kurdish villages in northern Syria forcing more than 100,000 civilians to flee to Turkey.
Dawa party parliament member Ali al-Badri said they are holding Commanding General of Armed Forces Haider Abadi responsible for the massacre of 300 soldiers killed by ISIS using chlorine gas.
He further said Abadi didn’t move quick enough to rescue the soldiers. No one in the government confirmed ISIS used chlorine gas nor 300 soldiers were killed in the attack.
Salim al-Jabouri will hold a special meeting with different independent (non government) organizations to discuss their relationship with members of parliament. This special session will be held next Monday.
Nannab reported Ministry of Health conducted a successful campaign to vaccinate as many children as possible in all provinces against polio.
Baghdad province said it has started preparing its 2015 projected budget. The budget is for 1.21T dinars including finishing twelve strategic projects that are expected to overlap from 2014. Tamimi said he expects the security situation becoming under control by beginning of next year.
More and more people are disgusted by ISIL’s barbarism and less people are sympathizing with ISIS in the country.
From Rumor Land : Millionday says she has been told by many sources that are trustworthy that the goal is to open the budget by October 1st.
Tman23 reads parliament decided to continue to hold meetings to Thursday, September 25th.
Poppy3 says basket of laws is in parliament ready to be voted on.
Frank26 believes they are waiting for Eid to end.
Pepperoni on the pizza says parliament will continue to work till end of September and take a break from October 1st through October 13th and resumes on October 14th and will not name ministers until after holiday.