It is a common reaction to ask, how much is that, when we see something we want or need. The question is answered with some monetary figure that people will recognize and
You might think you’re a political savant, boasting a brain brimming with knowledge of this month’s every governmental and electioneering twist and turn.
Here’s your chance to prove it, smarty.
Source: Activist Post
By David Neely National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower William Binney spoke out Wednesday at the Whistleblowers Summit in Washington DC, claiming US law enforcement agencies are …
By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: July 31, 2015 The commodities slump has accelerated this past month with gold now trading at five-year lows and the U.S. crude benchmark, West Texas Intermediate (WTI), down 19 percent in just the past month, 49 percent on the year, and 57 percent in the past two years. In early morning trade, WTI is at $47.82 versus $110 two years ago. Minutes of
If Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE/XOM) is paying out 95% of its profit to maintain record increases in dividend payments to its shareholders, one has to question just how long they can keep it going before throwing in the towel.
When crude oil prices were averaging over $100.00 per barrel in 2014, Exxon’s annual dividend stood at $2.76 per share. Today’s oil prices are hovering in the range of $48.00 per barrel. Despite this lower oil price climate and shrinking profit margins, Exxon decided to increase its annual dividend payout to $2.92 per
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Man Who Predicted In Televised Debate That Swiss National Bank Would See Staggering Losses Now Warns Fed To Experience Massive Losses As Well
Today the man who predicted 8 months ago in a televised debate that the Swiss National Bank would experience staggering losses, and has become legendary for his predictions on QE, historic moves in currencies, and major global events, warned King World News that the Fed will also experience massive losses