Janie November 17, 2014 at 4:11pm JCR comments on the Executive Order conversation:
JC @JCR3758 Ok for those that wish to be negative. An EO has to be public knowledge & available to the public. Can anyone proof that such an EO exist.
JC @JCR3758 Stop jumping to conclusions. Don't allow anyone to control your reactions and emotions. We are fine. Stop putting yourselves thru this.
JC @JCR3758 Do you really think the general public would allow it to happen? Get a grip on yourself and remain calm and collected. Believe!
BaNDiTo.RoX November 17, 2014 at 4:07pm Breaking News
Oil Minister: Oil revenues to be distributed among all Iraqi’s November 17, 2014 at 2:00pm
"Frank 26: BINGO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I HAVE BEEN SITTING HERE ON MY BLUE COUCH FOR DAYS ....... WAITING AND WAITING AND WAITING SOME MORE SILENTLY FOR THEM TO CONFESS THIS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BINGO ....... SMASH THE MIKE TO THE STAGE .......... WE DONE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I DON'T CARE IF I SOUND LIKE A FOG HORN TONIGHT OR ECHOY ........ I' M NOW READY TO TALK !!!!!!!!
BYE. KTFA, FRANK!!!"
EXOGEN > BaNDiTo.RoX GOI + HCL + OIL AND GAS = RV
EXOGEN November 17, 2014 at 4:38pm “Santa Clause is Coming to Town”
EXOGEN > AGAIN!!!!! WHEN YOU SEE THE FULL SUIT IT MEANS GO TO THE BANK , CALL YOUR CURRENCY DEALER OR CALL YOUR WEALTH MANAGER TO EXCHANGE IMMEDIATELY!!!!!!!
More Guesses to NEW Picture Intel/Clues:
Vinman November 17, 2014 at 5:24pm
Dinar and dong are live on the bank screens and sneaking in
But access is being denied by UST in the U.S.....1000% confirmed!
G T November 17, 2014 at 5:41pm
VNN & IDN PUBLIC RATEs are SNEAKING IN TO Mexico
Those SAME RATES ARE NOT ACCESSIBLE On BANK SCREENS in The US (1000 Confirmed)
EXOGEN November 17, 2014 at 5:56pm DO YOU ALL REMEMBER WE TOLD YOU LAST WEEK TO WATCH WHAT THE DRAGON DOES NEXT...............THEY JUST DID IT!!! (See Article Below)
G T So China's REALLY Forcing The Hand of the RV/GCR going Live.....SWEET!!!
Rick W > EXOGEN So..is it up to China to release the VNN rate? Do they not control Vietnam? Not the States?
Ian H > EXOGEN That's a good thing right??
Vinman > EXOGEN And they don't trade in FRN either !
Janie > EXOGEN BIG woohoo here.......... :) - major "in your face" move by the Dragon. Nicely played.
EXOGEN November 17, 2014 at 5:50pm
CHINA OPENS 4.2 TRILLION STOCK MARKET TO THE WORLD TODAY VIA HONG KONG
Posted by BaNDiTo.RoX on November 17, 2014 at 5:46pm
(*) China opens up $4.2tn stock market to world via Hong Kong
Published time: November 17, 2014
The Chinese mainland is now open for business, at least in terms of its $4.2 trillion capital market. The Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges are now linked giving foreign investors access to the tightly-controlled Chinese capital markets.
Stock Connect debuted on November 17, and for the first time, stocks on both markets can be traded freely, a major step in China’s roadmap to liberalize its economy.
The landmark agreement will give international investors a lot more options- 568 Shanghai-listed stocks and 268 Hong Kong-listed companies. Foreign investors will be exempt from paying taxes on capital gains (CGT). Previously, the trading of mainland Chinese stocks on the Hong Kong exchange was restricted to a few “qualified" investors.
The change was announced last April by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang as a way to increase both exchanges’ standings in global finance.
“This should increase the scale and relevance of these markets and also improve market efficiency and the robustness of China’s financial system in general,” HSBC analyst Steven Sun, head of China equity strategy, said in a report leading up to the unveiling.
A limit of $2.1 billion (13 billion yuan) worth of stocks can be bought on the Shanghai exchange per day. On the opening day, the limit was reached by mid-afternoon.
The link may soon be expanded to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, HSBC wrote.
"Chinese investors will take Hong Kong as a place to put their long-term bets. So that's why I think in the long-run Hong Kong will benefit from this," Alex Wong, an asset management director at Ample Finance Group in Hong Kong, told Reuters.
Opening its markets is one of the major economic reforms China has undertaken to allow its currency to free float within the next four years.