LONDON — British support for remaining in theEuropean Union has weakened in the wake of the murder of the pro-EU politician Jo Cox, according to an online research company Friday.
Qriously, a London-based technology start-up that gathers data and intelligence about consumers through mobile phone apps, found that backing among likely voters for Britain’s EU membership has dropped to 32% from 40% before her death.
and just as when Bezos opens mouth to stop Trump with media blitzes, its time to short the top
Trump because of his religious and border issues with ISIS and Muslim immigrants is a huge favorite IMHO. That's because the Pope has installed the New World Order by climate change and with country's compliance, the next will be religion and a peace process. Thus, Trump and Pope go hand in hand. AMZN THUS is at TOP and when she falls it will be hard. Could be this week
AMZN a sure target by Trump and likely SEC..The Securities and Exchange Commission is taking another step to crack down on corporate use of numbers that the agency fears deceives investors.
The SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance is forming an internal task force to closely review the use of “non-GAAP” numbers and whether companies respond to recently updated guidance on using these metrics.
So-called comment letters will go to companies that don’t comply with the new guidance in their second quarter earnings releases.
The SEC’s corporation finance division issues comment letters to companies to request additional supplemental information or request a revision in its filing with the agency.
“The Division of Corporation Finance recently updated its guidance on non-GAAP financial measures to address what we viewed as some problematic practices that had developed. Division staff will be incorporating this new guidance into our review of filings, which we expect will result in the issuance of comment letters directed at those practices,” said Keith Higgins, director of the SEC’s corporation finance division, in an email to MarketWatch.
Warren Buffet has warned many US corporations accounting practices are also altered and might be deemed as cooked books