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    wethington
    I am really glad that I found (http://webstock.today) - they just sent an alrt that is up like 77% in a week. Good stuff!
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    Ice_In_My_Veins
    Other banks punishing MS for getting out of the Archegos flop early. This will pass. Buy if you can at sub 79
    Bullish
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    fritzinacrotchlesstutu
    Too little, too late file.......

    "A coalition of 60 major law firms has come together “to challenge voter suppression legislation and to support national legislation to protect voting rights and increase voter participation,” said Brad Karp, the chairman of the law firm Paul Weiss and the organizer of the group, which has not been formally announced.

    Mr. Karp said the coalition would “emphatically denounce legislative efforts to make voting harder, not easier, for all eligible voters, by imposing unnecessary obstacles and barriers on the right to vote.”

    Many of Wall Street’s most powerful firms are also part of the effort, including Simpson Thacher; Skadden Arps; Akin Gump; Cravath, Swaine & Moore; Ropes & Gray; Sullivan & Cromwell; Weil, Gotshal & Manges and Wachtell Lipton.

    “We plan to challenge any election law that would impose unnecessary barriers on the right to vote and that would disenfranchise underrepresented groups in our country,” Mr. Karp said.

    The firms will work with the Brennan Center for Justice, a nonprofit organization, to identify laws that it might challenge in court. Mr. Karp said that could include challenging the voting law that Republicans passed in Georgia last month, and which set off a national debate over voting rights."
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    fritzinacrotchlesstutu
    "WASHINGTON — A federal judge said he was "inclined" to order that a Jan. 6 Capitol riot suspect remain in detention on Monday after prosecutors presented video footage of the man dragging a police officer down the steps of the Capitol and into a mob and physically assaulting officers.

    Jack Wade Whitton, a 30-year-old CrossFit instructor from Georgia, was identified by the government as the man in new officer-worn body camera footage also kicking officers and saying, "You're going to die tonight."

    Assistant U.S. Attorney Colleen Kukowski argued on behalf of the government that Whitton, who remains in custody in Georgia, should not be released pending trial because he remains a threat to the public.

    Prosecutors previously disclosed text messages Whitton allegedly sent to a confidential informant in which he boasted about the assault afterward."
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    fritzinacrotchlesstutu
    "The Brennan Center reports that as of March 24, Republican legislators have introduced 361 bills with restrictive provisions in 47 states:

    Most restrictive bills take aim at absentee voting, while nearly a quarter seek stricter voter ID requirements. State lawmakers also aim to make voter registration harder, expand voter roll purges or adopt flawed practices that would risk improper purges, and cut back on early voting. The states that have seen the largest number of restrictive bills introduced are Texas (49 bills), Georgia (25 bills), and Arizona (23 bills). Bills are actively moving in the Texas and Arizona statehouses, and Georgia enacted an omnibus voter suppression bill last week.

    The resulting decision by major Georgia corporations Delta and Coca-Cola to publicly protest these moves and Major League Baseball moving the All-Star game to Denver shows the highly controversial nature of the state's actions. It's 2021 not 1921, and a majority of the public does not approve of these actions. If corporations care about their brand and their bottom line they can't afford to not weigh in. These undemocratic, racist policies are being enacted after 60 years of public awareness of voting rights as a moral issue in the wake of the Civil Rights Movement and a majority of the country is appalled."
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    stocktargetadvisor
    $MS
    Target Raised by Barclays Overweight USD 95 » USD 98
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    Anonymous
    What identity group abuse is happening today?
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    fritzinacrotchlesstutu
    Sounds like "code" to me......

    "Rachel Weiner

    "Lawyer for Tommy Webster, retired NYPD cop accused of beating an MPD officer with flagpole on #J6, says his client is in a "dormitory setting" with people serving time for "inner-city crimes" - "for a middle aged guy whose never been arrested before this has been a shock for him"
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    Edna
    "Coors Field to host MLB All-Star Game"
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    paul
    Hard to believe thus stock was @ $86.64 just 11 days ago.
    That equaled out to a 12% haircut this morning , but so far has balanced out to a 10% loss at the close. Why did MS receive the biggest brunt of the banking carnage based presumably on their participation in the $10B worth of margin calls. I thought it was Goldman calling the lion's share.
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    nabor
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    Steve
    fed approves div increases starting June 30. expect big increase announcement at July CC
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    Anonymous
    Humans bunched together in foil wrap...anyone on the compassionate team disturbed?
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    mcenery
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    Anonymous
    What Bakery is she at Today?
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    Steve
    Looks like MS and GS dodged a bullet here. But I have to wonder what the impact is going to be on regulators giving permission to start increasing dividends again. More regulation likely coming.
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    JP
    The Fed has it wrong. I believe that we are heading towards another recession, and that the 10 year will be well below 1% soon.
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    fritzinacrotchlesstutu
    "Gaetz associate likely to strike cooperation deal with federal government, attorneys say."
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    fritzinacrotchlesstutu
    It's working. It's already got Georgians attention!!

    "“The Atlanta Braves are deeply disappointed by the decision of Major League Baseball to move its’ 2021 All-Star Game.

    “This was neither our decision, nor our recommendation and we are saddened that the fans will not be able to see this event in our city. The Braves organization will continue to stress the importance of equal voting opportunities and we had hoped our city could use this event as a platform to enhance the discussion. Our City has always been known as a uniter in divided times and we will miss the opportunity to address issues that are important to our community.

    Unfortunately, businesses, employees and fans in Georgia are the victims of this decision. We will continue to support the community legacy projects which have been planned and are in process.”
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    paul
    O' come on already MS. quit using the 89 octane and start pumping in the 93 !