But you the headline was readied before AR walked the short plank, and they have an infusion since last week
When an EU country files BK, that might roil the markets a bit.
Unless a 3 to 6% spike is announced, one quarter to one half of one percent in gradual increments is just another non event in the overall picture.
Heck, beef is at least 50% higher than in 2011, cheese is leapfrogging higher, nd have you priced TP in the last year? But Janet is apparently a Vegan, and uses leaves to wipe.
sleeveless top/dress., with an almost tropical print.
Not biz wear by any stretch; she must want to portray a day at the beach.
Snorkel or scuba?
An immediate 30 to 50% haircut on the stock pps occurred.
Now, when a co. misses, it's a 3.5 to 11% nick, and an almost immediate return to the previous high.
I find that entire situation to be of interest, and wonder why investors are more tolerant of poor performance.
It's a good thing I don't offend easily.
Humor on the board is always a plus.
That wasn't a helpful comment by you.
I figured out the Password thingy. Where would you put new hardware in a laptop that belongs in a museum?
I'm unemployed and my upcoming car insurance bill is a priority.
Hardware must be added via human hands; whose grubby paws were adding to my laptop, and where might I begin to look? There are no obvious external devices.
and I found an alert that states: "New hardware found. Your Windows Experience Index needs to be refreshed."
This old POS Toshiba never has worked well since the day I bought it in Sept. of 2007, but it's still running. The lid/screen is about halfway off the back, and the vent grill on the side has most of its plastic broken off, and the AC connection cord is bent to the downside.
My mouse uses a wireless doohickey via USB, and I don't know 'bout you, but I've added no new hardware to this PC, and I kinda wonder why that message showed up.
I'm lookin' to find that area where, a password protection can be added to an Admin square, as I don't want any more folks tamperin' with my box.
I ain't gotta clue as to what to do; how 'bout you?
Told ya those dresses looked like crapola.
Realistically, the markets are only down a teeny tiny bit, and it's a short walk to the edge of the Grand Canyon, but not until the Nas takes out old record highs.
Certainly, but not today without some "unCONfirmed positive news" about Ukraine, or some other headline grabber. The dresses and accessories on the CNBC gals today are too ugly, or simply unflattering on them.
Is it just me or are others having the same issue?
I recently paid $1.98 for a dozen Large eggs at WMT, and my sister bought some at Aldi for about $1.59.
Someone must have posted something profound, instead of the usual mumbles and mutterings.
And remember how some of the boards just mysteriously become inaccessible or disappear during big market drops or run ups?
Bring back the dog and bear abuse ads; those were the best Tell of all. Sheese!
Louisa B. on European closing bell almost choked as she was reading that headline. But if I heard correctly, the last part of what she read was something about the Fed could leave rates at zero until mid 2015.