The recent political assassination incidence is another sign that we are getting closer to WW3, as the UK/US ruling elite need it desperately, as the War must start before the economic collapse so that it can then be blame on the WW3, in the future history books.
Well C just took 20% of American Express's business. And a years from now it may be 25% of American Express's business. Citi must be trying to become profitable again and be a bank instead of dead weight.
The Banksters own and control the housing market. By keeping or raising the prices of houses, they increase the bottom line of equity of the bank.
So expect housing to increase as well as the cost of living and less people buying a home.
Therefore, as less people are able to afford a home, Citi has to sell off assets as they DID in December, to pass the stress test.
Of course, Citi will paint us a rosy picture of growth as they down size.
Gas prices are the only personal expense that I can remember being even close to what it was 7 years ago. Health insurance up significantly, food up, clothing up, electricity up, college expenses up, sports events up, most general living expenses up. I know that there is an equation for gauging the inflation but everything is basically up. What's even more puzzling is both Demoncrats and Republicans are quacking that there has been no inflation. BS. What am I missing, or do our current politicians think everybody is stupid?
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propelling involuntarily bingo calls
like an epileptic with Tourette's
from blunt stroller
to chalky drool
the nursery bulletin bake sale reminder
a chaffing deathbed awaits
( C will jump few percent if the news comes up and Citi wins the approval)
Potential aggressive bidder for Costco deal? We expect Citi to bid aggressively for Costco’s co-branding deal as it would add to: 1) overall Citi ROA; 2) revenue growth and co-branding portfolio diversification; and 3) [Deferred tax asset] utilization. However, the key challenge is lower margins in co-branding due to intense competition
I heard Janet Yellen were nagging the cheaper oil price is pushing the inflation below Fed's 2% target. The gas I put in my car was $2.20 last month but today is $3.31 . Just .45 cents below last year's price.
Should this jump in gas price push to higher inflation and interest rates?. Plus by spring and summer the oil usually moves higher too. Any serious comment would be appreciated.
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n kids in a wading pool or sno cone salesmen
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a memorial tribute city, the golden arches
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They are only Republicans in name only, They are all from various factions of the tea party.
How do you quantify economy destruction? The GDP is growing and has been for several years. It just seems like are misrepresenting the facts to create fear amd ignorance, the only reason people vote republican.
You seem to have an aversion to reality for aversion's sake.
"The last vestige of the Republican Party died in 2008."
And that's why the democrats took over both houses in 2014.
Reality is to your delusional fantasies, what normal civil society is to the ISIS beheading society that's grown exponentially under your impotent economy destroying messiah's watch,... or as much as he could watch from the golf course.
The last vestige of the Republican Party died in 2008. Bush's presidency was a disaster. Obama was elected under a unified nation. Democrats had a majority in house and senate. Obama quickly pushed through the stimulus and Obamacare. Congress was actually working the way it should under one party rule. Republicans were facing irrelevancy. Republicans were bitter their ideas were pushed aside mostly because they were bad ideas. Remember the stimulus checks Bush kept sending out. Nobody invested those properly, everybody just went out and bought a flat screen TV or some (probably foreign made) consumer goods. Obama largely coopted Obamacare ideas from Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. Obama was firmly occupying the middle. Republicans were forced to the far right. They kept claiming the expansion of health coverage a government takeover of the insurance industry or promising seniors they would sitting in front of death panel or that deficits would explode. Their chosen tactic was misrepresenting/misinforming/misguiding thel legislation to their base to create fear and ignorance. Without opposition to Obamacare they would have nothing. Republicans throught if they didn't stand up and fight against these largely sensible reforms people would see them as spineless. They failed to recognize their are things worse than being spineless; namely brainless. They still haven't a thoughtful opposition to Obamacare based in reality. They haven't a arguement against immigration reform that isn't based in reality. It is opposition for opposition sake. It is productive for the country, it isn't productive for the future of the party. The worst case for republicans is the supreme court throws out subsidies for the federal exchange. They would face 2 options, the first is to fix the language in the ACA and admit their base that their opposition to Obamacare has just been for show all along, or two; let insurance rates skyrocket and face voter backlash. Either way, impotent.