LMAO, Mayer said she has read your emails, ( They actually have employees that read emails for anti-Obama comments ) Your emails are boring, Get a life
LOL, Not just Wal-Mart. The ONLY thing holding Yahoo up is Ben Bernanke printing money and buying Yahoo stocks with it, Once he stops Yahoo crashes LMAO
WOW Had NO idea Coldone had THAT many aliases. The poor boy has NO life. Please have have a pitty party for him and say a prayer for him that he will find a girl as ugly as he is that will give him a life with a bunch of ugly little kids that look just like them :0)
LOL, Check the news. Ben Bernacke stated he wasn't going to slow down or stop the stock buying / printing money. EVERYBODY is up
Central banks sell record sums of US debt
By Robin Wigglesworth in London, Michael Mackenzie in New York and Josh Noble in Hong Kong
Central banks sold a record amount of US Treasury debt last week while bond funds suffered the biggest ever investor withdrawals as markets shuddered at the prospect of the US Federal Reserve ending its quantitative easing programme.
Holdings of US Treasuries held at the Fed on behalf of official foreign institutions dropped a record $32.4bn to $2.93tn, eclipsing the prior mark of $24bn in August 2007. It was the third week of outflows in the past four.
Private investors are also dumping fixed income. Bond funds tracked by EPFR Global, a data provider, saw total redemptions of $23.3bn in the week to June 26. US funds were the worst hit, with withdrawals totalling $10.6bn, but emerging market debt funds also saw record redemptions of $5.6bn.
Over the past five weeks emerging market debt and equity fund outflows have totalled $35bn, of which $22.5bn has fled stock market funds.
“People are throwing in the towel,” said Markus Rosgen, chief Asia equity strategist at Citigroup. “It’ll drag the market down lower over the course of the summer.”
Fixed income markets have tumbled since Fed chairman Ben Bernanke first signalled on May 22 that the US central bank would begin reducing its asset purchases later this year. Yields on 10-year US Treasuries have risen sharply since then, hitting 2.52 per cent on Friday compared with 1.62 per cent at the start of May.
WOW, I have an old Edsel out in the garage I was going to restore. I bet Iouldget Mayer to buy that too