U.S. companies added 215,000 jobs in November, according to an ADP Research Institute report released
yesterday, more than the 170,000 predicted in a Bloomberg survey of economists and the biggest increase in a year.
at the US embassy. Coward slimy idiot.
Most are unaware of what took place in Nanjing. 1937-38 Japanese bastids.
The Nanjing Massacre, also known as "The Rape of Nanking," is a rare example of simultaneous gendercides against women and men. It is generally remembered for the invading forces' barbaric treatment of Chinese women. Many thousands of them were killed after gang rape, and tens of
thousands of others brutally injured and traumatized. Meanwhile, approximately a quarter of a million defenseless Chinese men were rounded up as prisoners-of-war and murdered en masse, used for bayonet practice, or burned and buried alive.
The air-zone declaration by President Xi Jinping’s government last month was the latest move to assert Chinese power over the region. Since 2010, China has increased patrols by marine surveillance and coastguard ships and sent Chinese aircraft into the disputed airspace above the islands.
The typically upbeat Biden appeared subdued as he reflected on the complexity of the relationship between China and the U.S., two world powers seeking closer ties despite wide ideological gulfs they have as of yet been unable to bridge.
you keep devaluing your buck, you support the sukiyaki regime, now take your bonds, and shove it!!
you smiley fako.
At this point it's pretty clear how this is going to play out. The US Has sent a clear signal that China can do what it wants as long it doesn't fire a shot and all it will get from the US is condemnation and an occasional gesture of support for japan. As long as China does not fire the first shot, the US will do effectively nothing. That way it can weasel out of it's defense obligation to Japan. China is fully on board with this and will act accordingly. What you will see in the next few years is defacto control over the region going to China with Japan having control in name only. It's clear that Abe can do little about it as he does not have enough support from the US or his own people. This 'no first shot policy' is not going to accomplish much. Unless a red for military action line is drawn, China has already won.
U.S. stock mutual funds have attracted more cash this year than they have in any year since 2004, according to fund-tracker Lipper.
“I would hate to see these investors lulled into the market by the relative complacency with which we’ve been hitting these highs,” Mr. Wiener said.
An old-fashion correction, one in which the major indexes drop by at least 10%, would “flush out some of the traders who shouldn’t be in the market in the first place,
Shoppers spent less over the Thanksgiving weekend on the usual garbage but it is expected retailers will dump more at below cost in order to generate cash flow to pay rent, utility costs and other operating expenses.
The poor slobs in our factory all voted for Obama. Their rent, food and energy bills all got raised while taking a 10% paycut. I hope the Fed keeps printing to teach them a lesson on why Money Printing Economics is only a scam to boost the assets of the rich and powerful. They'll keep begging for food stamps from their Masters and their pockets will remain empty. They're basically slaves. They just don't know it yet!
it's a bubble, even accounting for the 85bil in charity.
They need to increase donations if they want to keep it going, and they can't.
Either way time is running out.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will be looking for Biden to bolster his position that China is being unreasonable and aggressive, said Takehiko Yamamoto, professor of international politics at Waseda University in Tokyo.
“But at the same time, Washington does not want to take the risk of damaging its bilateral ties with China,” he said.
“Biden will deliver the message to the Chinese side but may also seek to play a role in mediating,” he added.
Analysts point out that Tokyo and Washington appear at odds over instructions to their airline flying over the zone, with Tokyo telling its firms they should not comply and the U.S. advising American companies that they should.
yellen will inherit more then she can handle.
She should have a chat with Summers.