Greece is currently trying to push negotiation out into May.
Closer to home, it looks as though PR can not repay $73 billion of debt.
No more aid until Greece implements Full Economic Reforms
Sounds as thought the EU members are already resigned to the likelihood of default and the departure of Greece leaving the EU.
Should rattle the US markets if and when this happens.
Her first post challenging a "million dollar order" was on May 12th which still remains on the board,
However, she has actually posted three other times which after posting she promptly deletes from the board.
Her latest post was today, about 30 minutes ago and again promptly deleted.
All she is accomplishing is to keep her handle at the top of the board
If "gholloway98" is expecting any kind of assistance from Sara I would suggest you look elsewhere.
A total contradiction of your previous recommendation for a split...and WHO is everyone that you speak of?
Try speaking for yourself...ONLY
Todays downturn was more about Greece and China than it was about Honeywell
When the new leadership campaigned in Greece, it was on a "anti-austerity" platform---and they won.
Greece has no intention of changing structurally nor putting austerity programs in place so as to resolve their own problems---instead, they can continue to blackmail the EU for loans because they know that their failure will have significant ramification toward the entire EU.
Germany is the only EU country that is getting tired of the Greece BS and may not support further assistance.
If Greece fails/defaults, Spain will be close behind----somewhat of a Domino effect in the fall of the EU as we know it today.
The collapse of the EU will cause a world recession which makes 2008 look like a picnic
Hi @gholloway98, We'd like to talk to you about this. Could you send us an email to email@example.com? Thank you! -- Sara
I forgot to mention that the EU contributes to 18% of the US GDP
I remember Rude saying over a year ago that TYCO would be the perfect fit for HON...Hon already manufacturse the security controllers for ADT.
Interesting article today suggesting as much
Think of all the tax savings by moving headqtrs to Ireland...LOL.
Great post Sara. Hope there are positive results for both Honeywell and gholloway98. Can you also talk to the boss about 2 for 1 Stock Split? Seriously. Thanks.
Super Customer service.....This one post convinced me to be a shareholder
I'm starting to think that coroscant is right. A reverse split will increase the price of HON stock. No harm because we would have less shares but the price/share would be higher. Aggregate value is the same. Anything wrong with that logic?
Could be buying opportunity if you need to top-off the tank. At $6.15 2015 earnings, stock could be in $111 to $115 range end of year along with dividend increase.