It's only non-dilutive if a shareholder exercises allocated rights to buy .25 shares for each share owned, maintaining constant that shareholder's proportional interest in the company.
Harold Hamm of Continental Resources, which was one of the companies signing on to ship Bakken crude on the Keystone XL, says they don't need the pipeline anymore. Moving the crude by rail is working well.
Tax selling normally involves losing positions. Anyone buying BP before November has a capital gain. Capital gains are locked in anticipation of a sector or market sell-off. Most E&P companies (including integrated majors to a lesser extent) have given back recent gains, so we have had a sector sell-off, probably in anticipation of a stronger dollar in 2014.
Seems from new reports the weasels were in the other camp. The feds aren't investigating BP's handling of claims.
Interesting question. The WHO published these statistics, with India first and the United States in parentheses for comparison:
Gross national income per capita (PPP international $)
Life expectancy at birth m/f (years)
Probability of dying under five (per 1 000 live births)
Probability of dying between 15 and 60 years m/f (per 1 000 population)
Total expenditure on health per capita (Intl $, 2011)
Total expenditure on health as % of GDP (2011)
See who(dot) for more information.
Perhaps you overlooked this sentence in the PR: " Most of the presenters plan to submit their data for publication in the near future, and because of this, the public availability of these presentations is limited."
Stagnant wages will be addressed with a federal minimum wage increase in 2014, and pay compression will result in a trickle-up effect.
What makes you think interim dosing study results are dependent on DIVI presenters?
Can't say. 100% of our shopping was completed online this year. FedEx, UPS and/or USPS have delivered multiple packages to our house every day for the past two weeks. Consider that trend in addition to mall traffic in gauging the health of the economy.
Industry is mounting a major campaign to roll back crude export laws, with XOM in the lead. I will be surprised if it doesn't happen. Meanwhile, refiners benefit as black gold is pumped to make the case.
When you're communicating with shareholders, it's a promise.