maria, this is what shows up on my screen when I try to rate or post:
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The only time I have this issue appear is after replying to your posts. Coincidence? I don't think so. Fess up that you are flagging my posts and having my account temporarily suspended.
"Get rich or die tryin,'"
That's not advice from a quail hunter, but from someone who became rich.
It's easy to pass your class, when 70% of them ditch it and you have the lowest students per teacher in your entire school while the other teachers have to take up the slack for your incompetence.
Haha, that's a wonderful idea. We can turn this board into a forum for former Pinellas High students to vent their frustration for having had to endure maria as a teacher. Just think of how cathartic it will be maria, the potential martyrdom must cause that parched pudendum perspire with excitement.
Want to see if this account gets flagged down while posting on this board. Pretty sure it's mucho doing the flagging, as I had just insulted him, and he seems to be flustered over my calling him out over his "NBG will never reach $4 again" call the other day.
Alternatively it's maria, she's been awfully quiet today, and I posted her student comments yesterday.
I'm good at making enemies. This drama helps me stay awake at night on this boring shift though. So that's always good.
The Company's capital ratios continue to exceed the standards
established by the federal banking agencies with the following ratios
as of December 31, 2013; Tier 1 Leverage of 7.58%, Tier 1 Risk-based
Capital of 9.66% and Total Risk-based Capital of 11.31%.
That was prior to the fdic ruling that the receivables could not be included.
These are the requirements:
Tier 1 leverage ratio of 4%
Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio of 4%.
Tier 1 total risk-based capital ratio of 8%
So they were really well in compliance prior to these events. However, based on the ratios they just released it seems they are only slightly short in the total risk-based ratio. They have 7.66% and 8% is the minimum. What am I missing here?
Given they were so far ahead in the requirements when the 230million was included, it would make sense that they are just slightly short now that it's not included. In dollar terms though, can that slight percentage really be that steep to plug? Looks like worst case scenario, mild dilution, ie, they don't need to raise 230 million to come into compliance, as they were well OVER compliance in the past.
Expect a settlement soon
Concern for U.S. House in crisis Doral Bank Puerto Rico
Rep. Scott Garrett sent a letter to Governor Alejandro García Padilla, in challenging the cancellation of the agreement to reimburse about $ 230 million to the entity
POSTED: JUN, 13, 2014 2:53 PM EST
The chairman of the Subcommittee on Capital Markets in the U.S. House , the Republican Representative Scott Garrett , has sent a letter to the governor of Puerto Rico , Alejandro García Padilla , in which he expressed concern at the unilateral termination of the agreement prior administration had come up with Doral Bank to reimburse about $ 230 million in deferred tax.
Garrett notes in his letter that the annulment goes against the signed agreement which refers specifically to the inability to re-open, amend or cancel the agreement references. The representative says he is concerned about the "potential diversion of legal obligations and traditional policies that recognize the important stability of commercial law and adherence to legal certainty."
For the bank, the annulment of the agreement of 2012 is crucial because this money has posted on its books. Without these millions, the institution's capital drops below the limits required by U.S. regulators so their viability is threatened. Puerto Rico has serious economic problems and debt rating agencies have downgraded the country's position to the non-investment grade.
In late May, Robert Shapiro , exsubsecretario of Commerce in the administration of Bill Clinton , warned that this cancellation " has serious implications for the government's ability to attract capital and business to the island. " And it is an argument that Garrett takes in his letter to Garcia Padilla . "This has the potential to add additional risk to financial stability," explains before requesting to reconsider its decision.
Aren't they delaying that until after the outcome of the court case, I believe I read that somewhere but I can't find it now, in one of these Spanish newspapers.
Notice how all the rats were in here posting like crazy two days ago, and have all disappeared now. They timed that last bear raid nicely, this stock has become a nanocap, dominated by retail money, easy to scare retailers into panic selling. Shorts will look for more opportunities in the future if they can, in the runup to the 26th.
Another brilliantly thought out and written post, I'm so happy I have maria on ignore now so that I won't have to suffer reading her vapid retort and so tarnish this fine edifice of erudition.
Stop spamming every other bank board with this nonsense. Anyone looking at your recent posting history in which you call NBG the biggest garbage after they made you lose your shirt will know what a fraud you are trying to now pump it back up. Get a life little man.
maria is going to report you for talking about racial issues. She's the board's resident thought police.
This board can be anything, there's only so much to say about NBG at any given moment. Many of us trade or hold many stocks and must follow them closely and Yahoo boards provide a convenient central gathering spot to follow prices, get news updates from other posters and exchange ideas. During idle moments talk may turn to politics or other topics. Since you have taken it upon yourself to decide the content of conversation I'm allowed to listen to and speak, I'll do likewise, you're now on ignore, which is my individual means of filtering content I read without having to resort to an approach that decides this same for everyone else.
From now on I intend to include within all of my posts a high level of racism, misogyny and satanism just to show you how little you have achieved in your self proclaimed victory in 'disposing of a beast'. You've fed the beast, inspired it into action.