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15 ìàðòà 2014, 10:02 What to Expect From Gold Prices in 2011
As gold flirts with all-time (non inflation-adjusted) highs, many investors wonder whether gold can surge yet higher, or if we're merely in a bubble. Although we lack a crystal ball on that question, we do know some basic facts that help to explain just how far from a baseline value that yellow metal has come. Gold serves four main purposes
15 ìàðòà 2014, 07:47 Thai protesters spill blood for cause
Thousands of anti-government “Red Shirt” protesters “donated” their blood to protest organisers in Bangkok today. It will be splashed on the gates of a government building in a symbolic gesture to demand snap elections.
15 ìàðòà 2014, 07:40 Sending balikbayan box back home using Forex?
We used forex cargo for sending balikbayan box back home. there website says that they have a promo for $70 a box and the offer will end this 30th of the month (january) we dropped it off at the Filipino market before their promo/offer ends and it says that we can track our balikbayan box online but the lady in the store just give us the reciept without tracking number and we paid 100 bucks. does this mean that their website's just nothing? anyone experienced this before? we're located in MN.
just wanna hear you what was your experienced. thank you so much.
15 ìàðòà 2014, 07:35 Research Roundup: Investing Ideas and Analysis for the Week of Nov. 29
Is there still time to buy gold? as the markets whipsawed in response to news from China, North Korea, and Spain, Treasuries, Bund and emerging market bond yields might have been expected to fall with the flareup in risk. instead, yields remained steady on ongoing concerns about inflation. Buyers in China and India continue to seek gold as both a luxury and an investment, yet gold is still below its peak in January, 1980, adjusting for inflation.
13 ìàðòà 2014, 14:55 Human toll of Ugandan rebels revealed
Uganda’s Lord’s Resistance Army rebels have abducted 697 people in central Africa in the past 18 months, killing multiplied of them, according to a human rights group investigation, despite assurances from the Democratic Republic of Congo’s force that the problem is abating.
“The LRA has killed at smallest 255 adults and children, often by crushing their skulls with clubs,” reported a statement from Human Rights Watch, whose researchers spent a month in the Central African Republic (CAR) and Congo abscess evidence on attacks.
“Nearly one third of those abducted have been children, sundry of whom are being forced to serve as soldiers or are core used for sex by the group’s fighters,” it added.
13 ìàðòà 2014, 09:38 Global Economic Crisis and Indian Agriculture: Impacts and Perspectives
the world was caught in a severe economic crisis, which primarily originated from the U.S. in early 2007. Over the past two years, the crisis has virtually spread to the entire world causing an extreme credit crunch. around the world, stock markets have plummeted and large financial institutions have collapsed forcing the governments to come out with multibillion dollar bailout packages. this has affected both the developed and developing world. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2009 the global economy was projected to shrink by 0.6 per cent and world trade by 2.8 per cent. Apart from economic ramifications, the turmoil in the financial sector has also caused some political instability across the world. Countries like France, China, Russia, and Iceland have witnessed violent protests against job cuts and other contractionary government policies. To avert further damage, governments and central banks of the countries have initiated a series of measures, both conventional and non-conventional, to rejuvenate the financial system.
13 ìàðòà 2014, 09:09 Freddy Shepherd hopes to bring shipyards back to life as wind turbine factories
Freddy Shepherd, the controversial former owner of Newcastle United Football Club, could be about to make another fortune if Tyneside becomes the manufacturing centre of the coming boom in offshore wind farms.
Thousands of turbines are set to be erected in the North Sea as Britain gears up to become the global leader of the offshore wind industry, generating up to quarter of the nation’s electricity supply.
12 ìàðòà 2014, 12:58 Contenders shape up to replace John Connolly – Deloitte’s big hitter
The race is on for one of the most prized jobs in professional services as Deloitte prepares to replace John Connolly after a decade in charge of the Big Four accountant.
Mr Connolly, 59, will stand down in May next year after three terms as chief executive and senior partner. In that time he transformed Deloitte from an also-ran among the City’s leading auditors into the most profitable.
Deloitte’s board will consult among the firm’s senior ranks over the next three months before recommending a successor to its 700 partners. A final decision is expected to be made at a board meeting in January.
12 ìàðòà 2014, 12:57 Constraints on election practices tick all the boxes for the fairest of fights
THERE’S a General Election on. Legally the campaign only begins today with the serving of the writ and the dissolution of parliament, but the definitions and the constraints on what a political party and each candidate may do are set out in two much-amended pieces of legislation, the Representation of the Peoples Act 1983 and the Political Parties and Elections Act 2000.
Voters in seats picked out for special attention by the main political parties as “targets” or “must saves” will already have become familiar with the flap of the letterbox as more unsolicited political material has piled up behind the door for weeks now.
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