Grain is not making it to the ports because oil from shale is being shipped by rail, and the profits that the railroads can make by shipping oil is far greater that they can make from shipping grain. So, most of the grain is stuck far from ports. Big U.S. crop is most likely not going to get shipped out, unless a way can be found to get it to port in the absence of rail transport. Truck transport is not sufficient for the volumes. At least, that is the latest I have read on the news. That is one of the main reasons for the collapse in prices. Have you heard any different?
Stock buybacks are a waste of money when trying to launch a product. They make sense for companies with large free cash flow and earnings, not otherwise.
Street article does not say KNDI is overbought; it says KNDI is oversold.
That is a very interesting comment "CRR share price always has been a proxy for oil and gas prices".
Something to keep in mind.
"What ever happened to freedom of speech"
Freedom of speech is a protection from the government restricting your speech, not private entities.
Yahoo is a private entity, and can remove your posts, or your right to post, and can set the terms for posting (which all of us agreed to before posting). You are free to post within those guidelines, but no more, and one of the things that you agree to is not to stalk or harass other posters.
A small recall of one lot of mislabeled potassium chloride. Baxter also had small recalls in August (two lots of Peritoneal Dialysis Solution/no adverse events ) and July (four lots of intravenous (IV) solutions/no reported adverse events), as shown on their press release page.
The following is the first paragraph of the press release:
"DEERFIELD, Ill., September 16, 2014 - Baxter International Inc. announced today it is voluntarily recalling one lot of Potassium Chloride Injection 10mEq per 100mL, product code 2B0826 to the hospital/pharmacy/nurse level. The recall is being initiated due to a labeling error on the shipping cartons in a single lot, which was identified by three customers. Shipping cartons labeled for this specific lot number of Potassium Chloride Injection may contain units of Gentamicin Sulfate Injection, 80 mg in 100 mL, product code 2B0862."
The product codes of the two products are very similar, and this was the likely cause of the mix up.
I assume that it was the poster above that gave you the thumbs down, yet they have no rebuttal.
I understand you are here to make money, and you believe that you can make it on the short side.
Notwithstanding that such a position was mostly in the wrong for the past year, why would you be so opposed to a new drug that clearly shows great benefits?
You could have made more money on the long side, and you would have been on the right side of helping people.
Any good rationale?
Most of the time "Watch and learn" means "I don't know what I am talking about'.
We'll see what it means this time.
As many others have said, it is NOT a black box warning. The fact that you keep repeating this damages your credibility of being "an industry senior veteran", since anyone can go to the FDA site and see the label, and see that it is not a black box warning.
So, no real answer. Hardly anyone wears a watch anymore. It has nothing to do with being a millennial. Time keeping devices are ubiquitous. A watch is superfluous unless it has other functions, which is what people hope for from an Apple watch.
What does that have to do with the fact that it is foolish to advertise the level at which you set your stop loss?
Have you reported these posts? Nothing will be done unless you report the posts. Yahoo does not have people just randomly reading the message boards to check for stuff worthy of moderation; they look into stuff that has been reported.
We could play of the Citrate in the name and have citrus-flavored versions, like smoothies, called Flerries :)
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