We need to cut Yahoo some slack.......they've spent their time trying to figure out the difference between shares and ads per share, and number of share and profit per share......or is that ads :(
You changed your name from Stinky to Rvga? My two favorite people.First you can't make' blanket' statements that may sound o.k. but kind of meaningless. I know you don't know what you're talking about when you can make the comment,
'and they will accept higher inflation.'. Really? And this one, they want to stabilize growth around 6.5%-7%. Let's put it this way, it isn't their 'choice', but they don't have a choice but to accept. And please don't compare countries who's populations,
cultures, political systems don't compare. As for the stimulus,
they never stopped the stimulus. Inflation is not the problem, there are a number of signs that indicate 'deflation', and that was the reason for the large rate cut, and possibly more. Inflation you can fight, but deflation is the 'bane' of all countries, just ask Japan after 20 years.
He's not telling me SS he's posting in order. It's called being polite and not jumping into the middle and breaking up the thread.
That response of yours doesn't even make sense. You may have a problem counting, but I don't. I have to assume you ask the question because you don't
know why China is prepared to cut rates again after what is for them a drastic cut.
We know your specialty is 'necrotic stumps' and 'behind buddies', but give it a shot.
lol, doesn't everyone?
He certainly is a damper of enterprise. Too bad for Yndx.
You're sounding a little desperate RV. Why don't you tell us why China is prepared to cut rates again instead of just repeating yourself.
I think you just insulted Einstein. Now his hair is really standing up!
I think you're counting your chickens before they come to roost.
Wouldn't it be a laugh if JAG did buy back in at these prices. I'd go and rub your
bald head for the next prophecy :)
Lol Brian. Xin has been saying how undervalued their stock is the whole time I've been here, but they do very
little buying even at bargain basement prices. It's all talk, and no action.
Say who, Blueridge??????????????? Since when did they get back in. I know I've been out of the
loop, but why would a HF who sold their 28m shares (or 14m ADS), buy back in?
that he had to sell all his shares, cause he doesn't want to wait around.
Translated.......I got your money suckers and made my profit.......bye-byeeeeeeeeeee.
WG, I've been so busy the last few months, I completely forgot about Fitch's downgrade from late August, 2014, but I guess somewhere in the memory banks,
I must have remembered the gist of the article. It's important to review the conclusion of their downgrade, and if they review, will hit Xin hard.
' any further deterioration of sales performance or aggressive land banking may raise leverage beyond Fitch's thresholds at which it may consider negative rating action. Increase in SG&A Expenses'
'Fitch will continue monitor the company's expenses as part of our assessment of the company's management and execution abilities. Asset-Light Small Homebuilder: Xinyuan's small holdings of property development assets give its creditors less protection in the event of asset liquidation. Its land bank in terms of saleable GFA was 2.1 million square metres at mid-2014, smaller than that of similarly rated peers.'