With all the market turmoil in China, even the slimmest of hopes of ever getting anything out Sinovel is gone. I don't think the market is counting on any of it. AMSC should wash their hands of it, the issue can only serve to hurt AMSC, not help.
Maybe. Will see. AMSC is one of those that will rise with the next wave of upgrades to power generation and transmission infrastructure. America needs it badly.
I don't blame you, he has been a great disappointment to a great many of us who had hoped that Obama would truly take back America from the MIC, foreign and domestic lobbies, the corporations and most of all, WS. He didn't, and then over the course of the first half of the first term it was clear he wouldn't, that he had become one of their stooges, maybe he always was. But in this last year, with Immigration, Cuba, as forceful a rebuke of an Israeli leader that has ever happened since Eisenhower and maybe Bush I, and finally the Iran deal, which really was a red line for the powers that be. They didn't think he'd cross it, but he did. Big oil and MIC would have been assuring the House of Saud that Iran was in the cross hairs, that the deal would not be struck, and if Obama wouldn't actually attack Iran, that the next president, of either stripe, would. Now the Saudis are having a hissy fit, using oil as an economic weapon of mass destruction targeting multiple 'enemies'; Iran, Russia and by extension Assad, and finally US shale industry. This is not a friend or ally, it's an enemy, a frightened and vengeful and stupid enemy. I think Obamas next move is a reversal on Yemen and at the very least a halt to diplomatic support for this vicious barbaric attack on mostly civilians and civilian infrastructure, almost right up there with the horrid and cowardly IDF in Gaza. Ban Ki Moon at the UN has made this war kind of personal, he has been jumping up and down about it and doesn't try to much hide who he thinks the aggressor is. Nobody is listening of course, he barely gets any coverage, but lending him support at the UN would be a good first start.
Obama has changed. No way he would have disobeyed the string pullers in the MIC, WS and Likud (all becoming very much the same thing recently) 5 years ago. He has cut the strings. Hopefully for good. He is just waiting to cut Saudi loose and let 'em drown in their own evil.
And that is what Obama is setting out to do before he leaves. Iran deal was the cornerstone. Saudis are doing their best to destroy the global economy like the evil inbred enemy they are and always have been, in order to create more chaos and forcing a delineation of sides before it all slips away from them. Of course, they see themselves as being on the side that the US and western powers is on, even though they have absolutely nothing in common with them. Saudi Arabia is the real loser and they know it. Their fake "Kingdom" is doomed, the sooner the better.
Seriously, I used to be a fan, but this is simply being used as an ATM, but not by regular SHs. I would not be be surprised to see shares halted by SEC. Went from sub $1 to almost $5 back to sub $1 in what, a week?
Hard to believe. If the FED were a child, it would need lessons in telling the truth. If it were an employee and kept promising a certain imminent thing every couple of months and never delivered, he'd be fired. Etc. There will always be a reason to postpone, not a good reason, but that never mattered to the FED.
If he gets the nomination, it'll be the GOP's swan song. But it's OK, the GOP doesn't actually exist any more anyway. The dems have long since moved into what were traditional GOP positions. Between the two of them, US has one big War Party. Just look at recent history to know that is true. What America needs now is a proper Democratic Party, ala FDR. Time for Americans, real Americans, to wake up and take back their country from these greedy WS minions, and from WS itself.
You can argue for Creationism, nothing wrong with that, but try to be intelligent about it.
I used to have a thing for the woman who played ISIS in the 1970s TV show, but who didn't? Sorry I tried to actually have any kind of discussion with you mav, you are hopeless. You invite disdain. Even Jesus would probably give up on you and I ain't Him. Ignore. GLTY.
Our Prime Minister claims to be Israel's best friend ever, and has tongue massaged enough Likud sausage to prove it. You should be proud of him. He loves dead children as well, just like you, as long as they are Arab. You're so brave, just like your IDF pals pressing buttons and murdering civilians for a living. Very brave, doing God's work. If God is the Devil that is.
Or he can do what you so strongly support, and kill the children instead. How much does one have to pay the IDF to be allowed to shoot and kill a child in Gaza? They must be making a business out of this, the demand is there from monsters like you.
Not sure how you arrived at that conclusion, but you should learn to have a discussion without resorting to backwards name calling. Try it.
Jenner is a Republican, he's one of yours, or so he says. Transgenders face a high risk of suicide for obvious reasons, mostly to do with the fact that they have to dodge hatred hurled at them day after day, and they are generally very poor to boot, with very little or non-existent family or community support. Jenner has no such issues, but he is an incredible hypocrite and the worst possible representative for the trans community. Comes down to this, America's priorities are hideously childish, without precedent in history. The bigger problem is that US popular 'culture', if one must call it culture, has consistently infected the rest of the world, dumbing it down, and this will be no different, just worse. Jenner doesn't even belong in a proper discussion on gender issues. It's a human rights issue and Jenner clearly has no idea what those two simple words mean when used together. Right wing GOP has no use for him, but if you can ignore the dress for a minute, the things he says and claims to believe are infused with right wing GOP DNA. JMO.
Somewhere, women are having the same conversation about the obese men that litter the suburbs of America, and Canada for that matter. Seriously though, the obesity problem in the US is astounding. There are all you can eat restaurants everywhere, for people who have no business in such a place. Even in regular restaurants, the portions in the US are always huge. Nowhere else in the world can you get such huge portions for so little money. OF course, the food is mostly garbage, but in America, it's all about BIG. Houses, cars, food, now people.
We have an expression in English, "are you full"? We use it with our kids from the day they begin eating solid foods. We (meaning our illustrious North American culture) still eat until we are full. The Europeans, whatever you may think of them, have a different expression, roughly translated from the French or Italian "Are you satiated?". Or "are you still hungry?". You eat because you are hungry and you stop eating when you are no longer hungry and portions should be assessed with that in mind. Go to Berlin, Paris or Milan, or any other city in Europe and you will not see what you see here. USA's population is about 1/4 - 1/5 of China's and India's, but I suspect human biomass in America is closer to 1/2-1/3 that of China or India.
Yes. Many people on this board agree on many things, although they don't know it. Contempt for our 'culture's' pathetic excuse for personal priorities is one thing most here have in common. Atheist or Creationist, whatever, most of the mostly old men (middle aged anyway) on this board will agree on that.