It seems DNN is involved in far too many projects. I understand that is the nature of the business, but when a huge discovery is identified, I would prefer to see other far less relevant ventures rapidly disposed of. I suppose market conditions are the factor here.
The side that knows deep down they are wrong.
What is some obscure agency called OSCE doing there anywayr? Why aren't UN observers or peacekeepers being sent to monitor and assess the situation instead?
And then there's the Loonys pet. Sheesh what a sight to see here on a completely irrelevant and isolated message board with a fan club that can be counted on the fingers of one hand.
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Where have I heard that before? Wait a minute... pudocalypse uses that exact same expression. Lenape-Pud... two sides of a coin... religious zealot and rational thinker. Red pill blue pill. What we have here is one crazyazzed delusional bipolar indian.
The SA guy is right. CREE is sitting on way too much cash. It should be used to accelerate growth... buy back shares, boost R&D, acquire technology. Not leave it sitting in the bank collecting 0%.
What's your take on the decision by RIO to pull out from an African venture with DNN? I would assume DNN will have to either talk on all the costs now, find another partner, or write the project off and walk away too.
@@@@On March 4, 2014, Rio issued notice to the Company that it intends to terminate its option to earn an interest in the Dome project in Namibia. Rio discontinued activities at the site at the end of February 2014. .Given Rio's decision, the Company is evaluating potential work plans.
CLF could 'become' a steel company? It's far more likely that a steel company could buy CLF... or is that what you really meant.
The BTC protocol was not hacked. And BTC is still a long way off your FOS target of zero. You are truly one dumb #$%$.
No mathematical methods to analyze stochastic (ie. random) processes? I guess you never heard of probability theory huh...
Yeah the shorts think once the story breaks the deal has to go official in the next couple of days haha. No problem, let it stagnate or slowly bleed back down then one morning soon BAM and it's game over. I figure the deal is announced by end of month... you?
but not the gander. The Ukraine can stage a coup but denounces a similar move in Crimea. Politics makes me sick to the stomach... if only the world could find a stable functional alternative to government.
@@@@The new Ukrainian government declared the referendum illegal and opened a criminal investigation against Crimean Prime Minister Sergei Askyonov, who was appointed in a closed session by the region's parliament last week.
Why would any company buy any JRCC assets now when they can pay pennies on the dollar when the company folds? JRCC fought amazingly hard to survive up till now, but there's no coal turnaround in sight and time has run out.
Rev. 2.0 2014 Ukraine agrees not to join NATO. Furthermore, UK, USA, and Ukraine agree not to station any nuclear weapons in Ukraine. In return Russia provides assurance that Ukraine’s territorial borders will continue to be respected.
@@@@The 1994 memorandum resulted in Kiev dismantling its nuclear weapons arsenal — then the third largest in the world — in return for assurances from the U.S., Russia, and the U.K. that Ukraine’s territorial borders would be respected and defended.
Yeah okay... it wasn't clear to me what you meant by 'they are making' RAI buy LO', since as a minority shareholder in RAI I don't see how BTI can force RAI to buy LO. In any case, the CNBC report today suggested one way the three firms could arrive at a suitable arrangement and it makes sense.
@@@@@One possibility is that Reynolds would issue stock to BAT, either to keep its stake at 42 percent or bring it higher, and equip the U.S. company with more cash to do a deal. Cash would probably be more attractive to Lorillard shareholders than stock, possibly helping Reynolds negotiate a better price.