Now that oil prices have fallen below $46, any euphoria over cheaper energy will be tempered by losses that are starting to show up in investment funds, retirement accounts and bank balance sheets. The bear market has wiped out a total of $393 billion since June -- $353 billion from the shares of 76 companies in the Bloomberg Intelligence North America Exploration & Production index, and almost $40 billion from high-yield energy bonds, issued by many shale drillers, according to a Bloomberg index.
Oh, please download our email app for your phone or tablet, and be sure to connect with us on the boards, but, if your IP is different, we are going to erase your mail or not send it, and delete any content you added.
Worse, when one logs onto a server in another place other than the user's home site, Yahoo either bans the member from posting, or erases the message because the IP does not match.
This is a really a forward thinking company.
As far as the deletions go, there are numerous messages that appear, then disappear after one leaves the site.
How do you explain that when the only persons that have deletion rights are, the poster, and Yahoo?
why Sandy refuses to use Yahoo when traveling...
Who knows if any of their messages will ever arrive or be posted by this POS Internet site.
Good move Sandy...
Many of the major oilers are suspending exploration programs which is a good thing imho. With the already producing fields, America has enough resources to last us many years, and with the smaller oilers needing to generate cash to stay in operation, many of their producing fields and leases may come up for sale, which the bigger oilers will grab.
It's hard to pick the right moment to jump in, but it's coming for sure.
At Least 1982
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/28/2015 - 10:35
Remember how exuberant yesterday's small gains in Crude Oil were perceived to be? Yeah - that's all over, with WTI back near a $44 handle - following a large 12.7 million barrel inventory build according to API (EIA reports the 'main event' at 10:30ET today - which Saxo Bank warns "a bigger-than-expected build would likely push the mkt over the cliff edge.") Additional weakness overnight is also likely due to Goldman's shift to a 'sell' for the next 3 months.
This salt water powered car can go from 0-62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.8 seconds and has a top speed of 217.5 mph (350 km/h). The Quant e-Sportlimousine is built by the German company Quant.
It’s finally here folks and it is LEGIT.
Tesla eat your heart out, the Germans have created an electrical car powered by salt water. It has four electric engines and is FAST with some pretty sweet fuel economy for a sports car. Leave the Bugatti at home and and stop by the beach to refuel.
LMAO Jethro, Sandy, and the MMan
Get Your Box Tops and Pick a Busy Intersection !!
I honestly can't remember ever seeing anyone in any ski village that did not have some way to connect to the Web...
Where is that rat Sandy..?
Probably guzzling his Boone Farm and sitting in the bathtub at the shelter again...
Come on Sandy wake up from your two day binge and give us all your Super Bowl pick to, LMAO, win....
BTW Sandy, even the cheapest Hotel anywhere there is snow has free WiFi...
Tahoe has free WiFi - one can get a connection anywhere in the whole town...
Crested Butte has free wifi, but your ski trip had no WiFi?
At least when you tell your fibs try to remember nearly everyone has a laptop or a tablet these days...
LMAO....Even most shelters have WiFi....
Reuters (1 hour ago)
LONDON (Reuters) - Oil slipped to $49 a barrel on Wednesday after U.S. crude stocks soared to the highest on record last week, and as a firmer dollar weighed on prices.
Oh here, take these two candy bars, they were purchased with jellybeans which is the currency we use to purchase all goods and services. As a matter of fact, the whole world uses our jellybeans to buy candy bars, as well as everything else. The problem is that everyone likes candy bars so much that they have borrowed against each jelly bean x 100, so now it takes 101 jelly beans to buy the same amount of candy bars that 1 real jelly bean could have bought before. However, the 100 jelly beans extra are 100 jelly beans of paper debt that have been borrowed off of each real jellybean.
Still feel like shorting the dollar with oil?
Why would anyone buy a commodity that is directly driven by the petrodollar, to short the dollar? Such advice is moronic.