Attention should be focused on how to move the ANEL and DIMAR on December 29 in the critical third vote because both Blazing of the ANEL and Kouvelis of DIMAR have hinted that they are not 100% sure that it will not leak.
Outbreaks of civil war in DIMAR and SYRIZA cause aspirations of leadership of both parties for cooperation and common descent in elections. MPs and members of both parties are faced with discomfort and distrust in the moves made by the Heads who serve "frivolous political considerations.
According to reports, the vast majority (14 out of 15 members) of DIMAR opposed the election cooperation with SYRIZA. At the same time at least three of the ten members of the Democratic Left clarify that they prefer to leave politics than to join ballots of SYRIZA.
Members acknowledge that the party's performance does not allow autonomous descent in elections. They express their concern as the situation of the party allows the President to negotiate and set the terms of a possible cooperation with the opposition. In fact, they say that there can be no programmatic agreement.
However, the desire of the leadership of DIMAR and some Members to descend ballots SYRIZA is not enough. This is because reports indicate that there are strong objections within SYRIZA. The same sources say that already the Piraeus Members of SYRIZA Mr. Lafazanis and Mr. Dritsas have put "veto" leading lady Maria Repousi (DIMAR) to remain outside any cooperation between the two parties. The same goes for the other member of DIMAR Maria Giannakaki which appears but is not accepted by either of the party organizations of SYRIZA. Goo DOT gl SLASH qDybtr
Also SYRIZA is significantly less unified than its leader Tsipras proclaims. Twenty percent of delegates cast blank votes when he was voted the party’s president. Goo DOT gl SLASH Yuanpr
These links don't work. Also, another way at looking at the government's soliciting public support via commericals, etc could be to prepare them for denying of Doral's claim. I hope not!
Agree - seems EU is really giving them a hard time as Greece seems to be trying.
Oh, and then click on Daily Official List that's in red type and click on date you want to view. I'll look at your figures in a little while - you know how good I am at numbers. :)
I only know the ticker for NBG warrants. Alpha may not have one since it’s not listed on NYSE. Go to ASEdoot gr slash content slash markets slash warrants slash warrant _Daily_Prices doot asp? 03/12/20013.
Link please? (Just use DOT for "." so Yahoo will allow post)
Okay - just checking. Good luck with Alpha. LYG Bank was up a little today. BTW I can't get your link for Alpha chart to work. Others may have trouble with it too.
i.e., fear of UK housing bubble, upcoming Spanish GDP report and the unemployment rate for the entire Euro-zone. Nonetheless, the whole sector retreats awaiting this week’s data. IMO each bank will eventually be judged on its own merits.
ORI, bought on 9/12/12 at 9.66; closed today at 16.16. As you can see this profit didn’t happen overnight. I think there’s more room for it to run from looking at 5-yr chart, and I’ll continue to hold on to it. ORI caught my attention last year when home sales began improving. In addition to mortgage title insurance, they sell other general and specialty insurance. I guess you’ve noticed MTG (I own it too) and RDN are doing quite well also.ORI was founded in 1887.
One of the best stocks I own is up 67% since buying it and hasn't had any analyst ratings since Sept 2009, per Yahoo. Sometimes it's nice to own stocks that aren't covered by Wall Street and are "flying under the radar." Of course you find these by looking at trends in the economy, past performance, etc. (My sentiment is fluctuating between buy and hold - LOL!)
Since it's rocket science (pun intended), why are solar panels used in spacecraft if it degrades so soon?
So you were referring to a Rate-of-Change (percent) oscillator that measures the percent change in price from one period to the next and shows up above or below the zero line as the rate-of-change moves from positive to negative and not referring to the actual percent of the stocks’ decline?
Correction: seven city banks will collect over 40.6M in fees to be shared among them.
That's GREAT! Anyone invested in Solar City recently did good. I've never wanted to spend $ on an option and also risk it expiring worthless.