they eat babies now too to keep the population down, don't you keep up with the news?
save the chinese people? this isn't about chinese people vs us investors... that is so amateur. The chinese people could care less what this company does and the chinese people lose $300 million? #$%$ are u talking about? do you know anything about stock markets?
she must have had a very easy confirmation hearing...geezus, she clearly was handed the job for gender reasons. I hate to say it, but it is what it is.
she is Bernanke in drag, so the market likes that...she is no Bernanke though, not even close. She is more like a puppet who can be manipulated by the markets. I guess that is bullish.
she is trying hard to act Bernanke-like...and it is coming off like a puppet without a brain. This is hilarious but unfortunately, serious matter at stake.
OMG, u are getting dumber by the minute, the more you post, the more I diotic you sound. The way you describe it, CDB is a charity organization looking to save US investors??? lol... like they give a f about any investors except themselves. You must be leaking brain cells by the minute with every post you make and you didn't start out with many so do yourself a favor and salvage something.
sometimes when there is a large convertible like what Sina did at $700 million late last year, those investors essentially can short the stock and pound it since they have shares to cover it if the shares shoot up. Last time Sina did some issuance with Goldman, I think even the CEO lent out shares presumably to others to short the stock. This is just a very volatile stock.
will see how much volume trading today, pretty heavy already. I've been involved in this stock as well, it really needs to hold onto some gains for some trend to develop and this IPO spinoff needs traction. With the rest of the Chinese nets soaring, this was bound to pop, just how far and will it last?
rude thinks sina will bounce? lol, that is like asking if rude likes anything that deals with Chinese, he hates anything that deals with Chinese.
the govt owned an equity stake, you can split hairs by saying it wasn't open market purchase but bottomline is the bailout ended up equity ownership and it was the FED who negotiated the bailout of AIG. One arm of the govt puts up the cash, the other (FED) does the negotiation.
it is clear you are an I diot, I can't believe your stupid logic... are u #$%$ serious that chinese people give a damn about Yonge??? those loans by ADB to Yong is between two Chinese entities, how the f does that involve US investors????
not sure if markets anticipated she is so weak that she has to follow bernanke's footsteps and even more willing to suck up to the markets her first year. I say she is way more apt to be manipulated by markets than Bernanke ever was and being the first female at the post, I'm sure she likes the market to remain stable or go higher for her own show.
lol..i got to see the tape on that one. Her answer of cyclical issues to unemployment only to hedge herself later on with saying structural is a problem too was also laughable. She isn't going to take chances, she will continue to walk in Bernanke's shoes. And she needs to get out more to see what is happening in the real world.
I thought Tim said he was going to talk about it later in the evening but I didn't see him on any shows on CNBC taped online afterwards? or maybe I just couldn't find it.