|The Bank Of Japan Must Crush All Resistance - Business Insider |
By bgamall4 in Economics in Las Vegas NV 89117 posted 1 minute ago:
http://www.businessinsider.com Kudos to Kyle Bass at Hayman Advisers for warning that the Bank of Japan would lose control of its 70 trillion bond buying blitz. The spike in the 10-year yield to 1pc on Thursday...
|How austerity has failed Europe |
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080 21 comments, latest 1 minute ago:
Rin says tatupu70 says That corporations want to maximize profits? And will automate whenever possible to grow the bottom line? You're thinking in terms of individuated companies, like General Mills, wanting to trim headcount while...
|Movie Predicts Apocalypse: The Purge Trailer |
By Robber Baron Elite Scum in Misc in Roslyn NY 11576 1 comment, latest 2 minutes ago:
Ceffer says Just move to Detroit, and you can have this 24/24 all year round! (apologies to AF)
|Benghazi Backfires on Republicans as Democrats Eviscerate Issa and the GOP |
By marcus in Politics 102 comments, latest 3 minutes ago:
upisdown says iwog says AverageBear says Can you acknowledge the fact that 1) Susan Rice explicitly lied to the nation (and voters) Nope. I think Susan Rice was proposing a reason why the embassy was...
|Millenials and Debt |
By dublin hillz in Misc in Dublin CA 94568 posted 7 minutes ago:
http://www.thestreet.com/story Another example of why "economic growth" via debt is a mirage (especially as it pertains to credit card debt). True economy in the consumer disretionary sector can only be evaluated via organic spending (non...
|Issa & idiot both start with an i. |
By HEY YOU in Politics 3 comments, latest 12 minutes ago:
upisdown says Issa is the chosen expendable barking dog to push the nonsense to basically throw a bone to his voters, and if it doesn't pan out it's not a big loss to the republican...
|fannie mae up 500% in six weeks |
By errc in Investing 2 comments, latest 13 minutes ago:
curious2 says Congratulations, take some gains and enjoy them with the GF & kids. (Or away from the kids.) I happened to see recently a study that is probably right, on happiness. Researchers gave test...
|I don't understand Paul Krugman |
By nw888 in Economics 244 comments, latest 15 minutes ago:
tatupu70 says lol--are you saying Bernake's bailout will make Rich people poorer? Or that it will reverse the 2 year trend?
|Republicans Hate Cuts - Business Insider |
By bgamall4 in Politics in Las Vegas NV 89117 posted 16 minutes ago:
http://www.businessinsider.com The poll finds that nearly four in 10 Americans say the cuts of the sequester have had a negative effect on them personally, which is up substantially from just 25 percent two months ago. ...
|Free-Market Conservatism Kills/That Damn Oklahoma Republican Governor Won't Man |
By bgamall4 in Politics in Las Vegas NV 89117 posted 21 minutes ago:
http://www.recourse-loans.com/ As tornado belt states subject themselves to horror and death, the leaders of these states, mostly red, don't want to tell anyone to get a shelter. According to one official, "government regulation rankles".
|Huge REO in Lafayette |
By gregpfielding in RealEstate 18 comments, latest 32 minutes ago:
iwog says Remember when........... Sold for almost $2 million. http://www.redfin.com/CA/Lafay
|Notices of default rising in Fresno County 19% |
By Bubbabear in RealEstate in Yorba Linda CA 92886 posted 42 minutes ago:
http://news.fresnobeehive.com/ The longer-term foreclosure trend is down due to the fact that fewer homeowners are defaulting on their loans and the potpourri of government debt-relief programs that have slowed the foreclosure process to nearly 300...
|Bernanke to Congress: Youre killing us |
By Bubbabear in Economics in Yorba Linda CA 92886 posted 44 minutes ago:
http://www.marketwatch.com/sto His diplomatic but nonetheless pointed remarks castigating Congress for undercutting economic recovery with its focus on short-term deficits and failing to address the fundamental problem of unemployment also were not new.
|Housing starts plummet |
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080 139 comments, latest 48 minutes ago:
Goran_K says APOCALYPSEFUCK is Shostakovich says Those pots look like they're filled with monkey shit and lemur barph, the usual stuff the locals feed expats and tourists in SE Asia. Those would be considered luxuries...
|So how would Tim Cook poll with Patnet Liberals |
By CaptainShuddup in Politics 9 comments, latest 48 minutes ago:
Dan8267 says Vicente says Have an auction of 1,000 citizenships every year, the richest can bid for them. Amend the Constitution so immigrants can be President. We only want the best of the best! Republicans...
|California picks 13 health plans for state-run insurance market |
By Homeboy in Politics 47 comments, latest 49 minutes ago:
curious2 says dublin hillz says To a certain degree the best way to eventually compare the pre ACA with ACA era will be kinda like buy vs rent - lifetime costs. In other words over...
|Fiserv - Moody's Case-Shiller Forecast - SFBA |
By SFace in RealEstate 153 comments, latest 55 minutes ago:
robertoaribas says Goran_K says There's a lot of lover's quarrels going on in this thread. It's time for me to take a break; maybe drive out to OC and hang out on the beach....
|Karl Case: There IS A Recovery. Shadow Inventory Does NOT exist. |
By Mark D in RealEstate in Simi Valley CA 93065 3 comments, latest 58 minutes ago:
robertoaribas says Call it Crazy says Mark D says Karl Case: There IS A Recovery. Shadow Inventory Does NOT exist. Yea right, there's no shadow........ I guess all these "Blue" houses will cure and every...
|44% owners stuck @ home. |
By LarryPatrickMaloney in RealEstate in Mountain View CA 94041 1 comment, latest 1 hour ago:
robertoaribas says so, the low supply situation is likely to be with us for a couple of years. I expect sales to slow down, but prices to still keep increasing slowly over the next few...
|Greek Debt Unchanged Since 2010; EU to Give Greece Still More Time |
By Mish in Economics 1 comment, latest 1 hour ago:
zzyzzx says 2010: Public debt: 310.3 billion euro 2013: Public debt: 309.4 billion euro At least it's not getting worse.