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  • fobama72 fobama72 Dec 20, 2009 9:10 PM Flag

    35 Straight

    Trend will break tonight, once Dubai opens for business - will turn Asian markets south as well.

    Dec. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Dubai World, which is seeking to restructure about $22 billion of debt, may be unable to present a “standstill” offer to lenders today as the terms of government support for the state-owned holding company have yet to be agreed, two bankers involved in the talks said.

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    • Well, this is already known - as your link shows, it's all over the newswires - but so far Asian markets are JUST FUCKING DANDELION DANDY, AREN'T THEY??!

      But, ooooh, no, I'm not getting fed up or anything...this just never gets old.

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      • katrina60 Dec 20, 2009 10:38 PM Flag

        Sonic you crack me up. LOL, I can relate though. The lies and the spins reminds of a "Twilight Zone" attempt at telling someone something enough times, convinced that enough people will believe it... but it isn't working. I am in constant contact with various retailers, and the pain is deep and severe. I cannot disclose specifics, but I am being honest. Especially Southern Cal., we are having a tough time justifying the renewing of a building leases. The Irvine Company, a MAJOR leasing/property/landlord group in Orange County, has a strict reputation against reducing leases, but has FINALLY started to negotiate deep discounts... a true indicator of the hardships that are being felt. If we do fall for the lies and spins, we deserve whatever fate falls upon us.

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