and you think you sound like a genius in all of your idiotic posts?
I heard Scrooge McDuck is also placing a bid for it. He's offering three gold coins for each share.
HAHAHAHA. "Potential standard care"? Yea, so is a sugar cube.
I guess the acquiring company must be a NYSE corp and that's why they halted the entire NYSE. Since it'll be such big news with broad market impact they had to halt everything! Congrats longs!
The loss she's taking today, and further losses to come in the future.
You always love to insult people who don't agree with your opinions and views. I'm sure you are doing a WONDERFUL job parenting.
Before talking about reading, why don't you learn how to write?? What's "Jut"?
Typical fool that only looks at one side of the balance sheet and forgets about the other side called assets. This fool also doesn't understand how debt covenants function. You can't just demand pay off out of whim. As for Japan, they are the largest net creditor to the world and holds more asset collateral abroad than any other country. Neither will be going bankrupt before you...unlike some Euro countries, they have the ability to print their own currencies (or just make electronic entries) to pay off any debt. Also, the largest US treasury holding institution isn't China or Japan. It's the US Social Security Fund.
Think about it, however. If the debt holders get redeemed trillions in cash, what are they going to do with it? They have to put it somewhere, don't they? They're going to hold it in investment accounts or banks....and what do you think exactly banks and money market funds are going to do with the deposited cash? They can't possible lend out that much money quickly because there won't be demand for the cash since the central banks just infused the economy with trillions in cash. The deposit holders will simply go back to buying government bonds once again. Governments don't issue bonds only because they need funds...they also issue them to meet public demand for safe securities.
For the same reasons why poor are the ones that spend most on lottery tickets. They rather live in their pipe dreams than face reality.