NetGlobal: GM folks. Are you ready for another week in this saga "as the RV turns"?
Iko Ward: Good that Forex polled positive to 111.4. China seems to be satisfied with how things are going, maybe they know the RV is present. Same with gold and crude. ISX and DFMG (the Saudis) both moved up again, cautious but steady. Lets see if the law passes.
Tennwolfman: we have laughed--we have cried- had loved ones that died...we have coughed--we have hacked - still we got pushed back--we have had its coming now--we have had its coming maybe--some in here have even had a baby. I dont like punishment--no, Im not a glutton --so wont someone PLEASE push that RV button
Chatter: did you know....iraq now has all three credit reporting agency's reporting...........
Standard & Poor's credit rating for Iraq stands at B-. Fitch's credit rating for Iraq is B-. (Moody's) today assigned a provisional rating of (P)Caa1
WTCutter: Sundown on 9/22 to sundown on 9/23 is HUGE Jewish holiday....Yom Kippur
NetGlobal: Top 100 fee only wleath management firms :
UKmtb: Interesting Greg hunter bill holter interview (market analyst) 'the answer is a reset' https://youtu.be/YpZZHeVwFPU
UKmtb: Holter says... Only way out of the Fed mess is a reset !!
SassyD: 10 Best and 10 Worst Charities -- August 25, 2015 ---
SassyD: After a quarter century of estrangement Iraq and Saudi Arabia exchanged ambassadors -- 21.09.2015 | 05:19 GMT -- Link
SassyD: Abadi: We are working to achieve fairness and justice will not retreat from reforms -- 09/21/2015 -- Link
SassyD: Approval of the distribution of the salaries of teachers and teachers of Nineveh, for the months of June and July -- September 21 -- Link
ZOCHOWSKI » September 21st, 2015, 6:25 am MORNING "BackDoc"....
POINTS SOME SEEM TO BE MISSING:
1, FISCAL NEW YR.......STARTS OCTOBER 1ST.......
WHEN DO OTHER FISCAL YRS START FOR OTHER COUNTRIES???????????????
2. ISLAMIC NEW YR STARTS OCTOBER 15TH, GIVE OR TAKE 24 HRS........
3. 4TH QUARTER ALSO STARTS OCTOBER 1ST...........
ALSO KNOWN AROUND MUCH OF THE GLOBE AS BLACK OCTOBER IN THE STOCK MARKETS...........
ALSO WHEN MUCH PROFIT IS TAKEN WHEN THE OPPURTUNITY ARISES.........
OTHER NOTES OF INTEREST..........
EID HOLIDAY ENDS AROUND SEPTEMBER 28TH, GIVE OR TAKE 48 HRS....
KUWAIT HAS MENTIONED A VAL ADJUSTMENT OCTOBER 2ND, GIVE OR TAKE 24 HRS....
IRAN DEAL TO B FINALIZED/VOTED ON, WAS IT SEPTEMBER 30TH???? WITH OIL BEING SOLD ABROAD ALREADY...
MONETARY REFORM, WAS IT 18 MONTHS TO 2 YRS??????????WHEN DID IT START????
ALAS, ALSO THE GREEN LIGHT??????
GIVEN BACK IN MARCH 2015....LOL, 6 MONTHS AGO...
CHINA, JAPAN, CANADA ALL LOSING IN THE MARKETS..........USA ALSO DROPPING 2000 PTS OVER THE LAST 2 OR 3 WEEKS..........
LOL, TO REFER TO THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD IN EACH COUNTRY, ME THINKS IT IS BEING TORN UP TO BE REPLACED WITH A NEWLY PAVED ROAD GLOBALLY............
ENJOY.........JUST SAYING..........ADD TO ANYTHING I MISSED, PLEASE!!!
JUST WORDS OF THOUGHT FORM THIS OLE TURKEY, EARLY IN THE MORNING..........G/B M/Z
Thunderhawk » September 21st, 2015, Backdoc Alert
Clegg Warns of U.K. Break-Up If Britain Votes to Exit EU
Nick Clegg, the former deputy prime minister, will warn on Monday that the U.K. risks being broken up if Britons vote to leave the European Union in a referendum due before the end of 2017.
The Scottish National Party would use an exit from the bloc as a springboard to push for an independent Scotland, Clegg will say, according to extracts of a speech released by his office.
“Not just one, but two unions now hang in the balance,” Clegg will tell delegates at the Liberal Democrat Party’s conference in Bournemouth, southern England. “If we vote to leave the EU, I have no doubt that the SNP will gleefully grab the opportunity to persuade the people of Scotland to leave the U.K. as well.”
Clegg, who quit as leader after his party lost 49 of the 57 House of Commons lawmakers it had before the May general election, will also say that the U.S. would cut Britain adrift if it leaves the EU.
“Is America, Uncle Sam, going to help us out when we’ve cut ourselves off from our own European backyard?” Clegg will ask. “Of course not –- we may share history and language, but the Americans have been unsentimentally clear that we are of less relevance to them if we are less important in Brussels, Berlin or Paris.”
Clegg will also criticize new Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn for not being clear about his position on the EU referendum, which Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to hold before the end of 2017 to damp down internal conflict in his Conservative Party over Europe.
“The Chinese and Indians simply can’t understand why we’re even contemplating relinquishing our leadership role in Europe in the first place,” Clegg will say. “I say to Jeremy Corbyn the EU referendum is simply too important for ambivalence.”
After confusion over the issue in the first days after Corbyn was elected leader on Sept. 12, the party issued a statement from Corbyn and Foreign Affairs spokesman Hilary Benn on Sept. 17 that said “Labour will be campaigning in the referendum for the U.K. to stay in the European Union.”
Thunderhawk: Scotland will break away from the rest of the UK if Britain votes to leave the European Union, says Nick Clegg
THE Lib Dem leader said that “as sure as night follows day” that Scotland would decide to go it alone if the Tories’ planned in-out referendum led to a British exit.
SCOTLAND will break away from the rest of the United Kingdom if Britain votes to leave the European Union, Nick Clegg has claimed.
The Lib Dem leader said that “as sure as night follows day” that Scotland would decide to go it alone if the Tories’ planned in-out referendum led to a British exit.
The Deputy PM made his comments as he insisted the business community wanted the UK to remain in the EU.
They echo the warning of Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon who has demanded that the UK cannot leave the EU if one of the nations votes to stay while voters in another opt to leave.
The SNP policy is designed to cause a constitutional crisis if the David Cameron hold an in/out EU referendum the end of 2017 if he is re-elected.
Clegg said: “Many people tell us the real risk is that a Conservative government would mismanage the referendum and see Britain topple out of the EU.
“As sure as night follows day, if the United Kingdom pulls out of the EU Scotland will, within a heartbeat, pull out of the UK.
“We will have lost two unions in one Parliament. That’s not only terrible for our country, it’s disastrous for business.”
Clegg spoke as a poll in his constituency showed that he would join Lib Dem coalition architect Danny Alexander in crashing out of parliament at the election
The poll by Survation in the Sheffield Hallam constituency put Labour on 33 per cent, the Lib Dems on 23 per cent, the Tories on 22 per cent, the Greens on 12 and Ukip on 9 per cent.
The survey was commissioned by the Unite union allowing Clegg to dismiss the findings.
“This poll is such utter, utter bilge. Surprise, surprise, the trade union paymasters of the Labour party come out with a poll that shows the Labour party ahead,” he said.
Dnari131: Like a buddy told me the other day, "things can be agreed upon, no problem
but imagine a burning building or a collapsing grand stage, whose progress does not allow too much leeway" We shall see
G20 Nations, Including China, Agree To Swear Off Currency Devaluations
By Owen Davis @of_davis firstname.lastname@example.org on September 05 2015
G20 finance ministers and central bank governors convened in Ankara, Turkey, on Friday and Saturday to discuss currency devaluations and other global finance concerns. Reuters/Umit Bektas
After two days of discussions between finance ministers and central bankers from the world's 20 largest economies, the Group of 20 nations agreed to refrain from devaluing their currencies to increase international market competitiveness. The accords seek to soothe global fears of race-to-the-bottom of currency depreciations.
The agreement is intended to stave off a round of snowballing devaluations that many worried would follow China's decision to let its currency depreciate in August.
"We will refrain from competitive devaluations, and resist all forms of protectionism," read a statement from the Group of 20 published by Bloomberg Saturday.
Some suspected that Beijing's move was an effort to goose export demand as China's economy continued to falter, a strategy that risks spreading devaluation pressures to other countries and heightening global trade tensions. But aside from a few minor currencies, like the Kazakhstani tenge and Vietnamese baht, no major central banks have followed suit with depreciation plans.
Still, some say there is room for concern. "There is a shared sense that the G20 needs to double down on its principle that competitive devaluation is a bad thing," a senior U.S. Treasury official told Reuters and other news outlets at the meeting.
The Group of 2o, which includes the U.S., China, Russia and India, also agreed on a number of other macroeconomic measures meant to address disappointing economic news. "Global growth falls short of our expectations," the group's statement continued. "We have pledged to take decisive action to keep the economic recovery on track and we are confident the global economic recovery will gain speed."
The finance officials agreed that while monetary policy would remain a focus amid volatile markets and weakening growth, central banks could not improve the world's major economies on their own. "Monetary policy alone cannot lead to balanced growth," the statement said.