What was the purpose of bringing all those new guys to BOD couple years ago, I had a post about them getting all free shares for doing nothing.
Look at the options they got, all give aways
gray, l lost 20k shares because of margin call, this shiet is really sick like Michelle, today l did play with scam pennies little bit and made $1100 quick buy nd sell ecob nd pmbs,
while this scam sleeps or establish a base l will buy nd sell scam mj plays (quick in nd out)
l suggested in my previous post that GE HIMSELF is a scam guy. he should change the core business of drys to #$%$ OR at least he should make sure his next pr has the word #$%$" in it.
By Steve Goldstein
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin called U.S. President Barack Obama to discuss a U.S. proposal to end the conflict in Ukraine, the White House said Friday. Obama asked Russia to put a concrete response in writing. Both presidents agreed that Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov would meet to discuss next steps. Obama said a de-escalation is possible only if Russia pulls back its troops and does not take any steps to further violate Ukraine's territorial integrity and sovereignty, the White House said.
YORK (Reuters) - If hiring picked up in March at a healthy pace, that could convince U.S. stock investors next week that the economy's recent setbacks caused by the weather were only temporary.
Friday's monthly jobs report, the most widely watched U.S. economic indicator, is expected to show that nonfarm payrolls added 200,000 jobs in March, according to a Reuters poll of economists.
The rebound in hiring started last month despite the icy weather. Employers added 175,000 jobs to nonfarm payrolls in February after creating 129,000 new positions in January.
Wall Street will get more data on the broader economy next week as well.
The Institute for Supply Management will release its national surveys for March on the manufacturing and services sectors, which are expected to show improvement from the previous month as well.
Rosier data could confirm for investors that recent weakness in economic data was caused by the winter's harsh weather, suggesting the U.S. economy's uptrend is intact.
Improvement in the labor market, along with a pickup in the manufacturing and services sectors, could also bolster the case for the Federal Reserve's scaling back of economic stimulus and put more focus on the timing of when the central bank will begin raising interest rates.
MONACO--(Marketwired - Mar 28, 2014) - Navios Maritime Holdings Inc. ("Navios Holdings" or the "Company") (NYSE: NM) announced today that the Company has declared a cash dividend of $46.788 per share on its 8.75% Series G Cumulative Redeemable Perpetual Preferred Stock (the "Series G Preferred Stock"), equivalent to a cash dividend of $0.46788 per American Depositary Share, each of which represents 1/100th of a share of the Series G Preferred Stock (the "American Depositary Shares"), for the period from January 28, 2014 to April 14, 2014. The dividend will be paid on April 15, 2014 to holders of record of the American Depositary Shares as of April 8, 2014. The American Depositary Shares are currently listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "NMPrG."
"Unless we deal with coal, we're not going to be able to deal with climate change," says WIRED contributing editor Charles Mann, whose cover story in the magazine's April issue tackles the tricky issue of 'clean coal.'
Clean coal sounds like an oxymoron: coal-fired plants are responsible for over 70% of the world's carbon dioxide, producing 10.4 billion tons per year, according to Mann. Coal also produces the vast majority of black carbon, the second-biggest contributor to climate change.
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More than a century’s worth of coal remains beneath the surface -- an amount so large, two University of Victoria climate scientists calculated in 2012 -- that burning it all would raise Earth’s average temperature as much as 44 degrees Fahrenheit.
And while the Obama administration has put restrictions on coal in the U.S. "the economic case for coal in India and China are so powerful you simply can't replace it," Mann says, noting natural gas prices are five times higher in Asia vs. North America.
Coal currently produces more than 40% of the world's
decline in iron ore (and copper) prices seen earlier this month. However, there is some misperception about what is occurring in China right now. Contrary to some misguided reports, Chinese demand for imported iron ore cargoes has been quite strong recently. Through the first three days of this week, 18 dry bulk vessels (the vast majority capesize vessels) have been chartered to export spot iron ore cargoes to Chinese buyers. This is a very strong amount, and by the end of the week a total at least of 20 vessels (and likely a great deal more) are likely to have again been chartered to export iron ore cargoes to Chinese buyers. Last week saw a robust 27 vessels chartered to haul iron ore cargoes to Chinese buyers and marked the seventh consecutive week where at least 20 vessels were chartered.
Overall, Chinese demand for imported iron ore cargoes has remained very firm despite the fair amount of fear that persists regarding China. Iron ore import prices are low and attractive to Chinese steel mills. Traders are reporting that Chinese steel mills have been increasing their usage of imported iron ore over domestic iron ore, and such a view is supported by the strong level of iron ore chartering seen in the dry bulk market. Smog and pollution remain a concern in China, and mills consuming a larger proportion of imported iron ore over domestic iron ore is likely to continue as imports are of much higher quality and pollute much less than domestic iron ore. Chinese iron ore averages only about 15 to 20% in iron content, while iron ore imports typically exceeds 50% in iron content and are much less harmful to the environment.
Data released from the Chinese government this week shows that domestic iron ore production in January and February totaled 183.27 million tons. This marks a year-on-year increase of only 8.1 million tons (4.5%) and pales in comparison to the 14.5% growth seen in Chinese iron ore production seen during the same period last year. During the first
where do they invest their top $$$$$$?
don't they have stock investments?
why ma and his friends cant put little $$$$ here from their own pocket?
grayold you saw how fast this MF HIT $3.30 today.we need 2 solid days to make up all the losses.
hope mf ge comes out of his boat and says he is definitely putting ATM AWAY.
OR SOME miracle by wall street thieves