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acidreign

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  1. With all the doom and gloom of late, here is a little lighthearted material worthy of at least a chuckle: http://www.cracked.com/article_19567_7-bizarre-trends-that-predict-economic-collapse.html Particularly like this one: #6. Waitresses Get Prettier
  2. Nick Robinson on the BBC aftermath, states that public sector job losses will increase from around 400,000 to 710,000 - anyone else catch and understand that??
  3. From the running Telegraph blog: 15.43 The Daily Telegraph's city editor, Richard Fletcher, points out on Twitter that we're heading for the longest losing streak in eight years unless the FTSE 100 picks up this afternoon: Twitter The FTSE 100 is currently down 1.1pc. If it closes down it will be the eighth consecutive day of losses - the longest losing streak Jan 2003
  4. Heard something similar with regards to a large Oil & Gas EPC Project that is due to be executed soon. Possibilities exist that the Project may be manned up elsewhere...
  5. I assume this is the same weed that infected Dublin Port and surrounds over 10 years ago due to the mass importation of excavators?
  6. Belfast the new Canary Wharf! Forgive me. Any new jobs are a good thing: 300 jobs for Belfast A financial sector company has announced plans to create more than 300 new jobs in Belfast. The expansion by Capita's life and pensions division at its centre in the north of the city will create 336 posts over the next four years. Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster welcomed the announcement, which follows an offer of more than £1m support by Invest NI. The minister said: "These new jobs, which will be created over the next four years, are very welcome in the current economic climate and offer a wide variety of opportunities including management and supervisory positions". The scheme aims to create 4,000 jobs by 2014 and includes a range of temporary measures to support individuals to start a new business as well as employment support for established businesses. Capita has operated at Beacon House, Clarendon Dock, for almost five years, servicing global companies such as Prudential, MetLife and Aviva. Anne Marie McGoldrick, operations director for life and pensions in Capita said: "We are forecasting significant sales growth for our Belfast operation over the next three years and in order to facilitate that growth, we will need to quadruple our employee numbers". http://www.u.tv/News/300-jobs-for-Belfast/eaa3f801-c168-4427-9fc7-7a03255c38f8
  7. Taken from the Telegraph live blog: Latest 15.30 An excellent graph from Reuters which shows why the bad Philly Fed numbers today (see 15.10 post) are such a disaster for markets - they generaly presage what the broader US-wide ISM manufacturing index will show:
  8. 5 minutes to the next bell (if I'm not mistaken), scores on the doors are: FTSE 100 5131.34 115.65 2.20%
  9. Is it not a given? Saudi stock market first to plunge on S&P downgrade http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/8686045/Saudi-stock-market-first-to-plunge-on-SandP-downgrade.html
  10. A game changer... The bankrupting of Britian (to keep themselves afloat) perhaps?
  11. Were you answering my question TMT?
  12. FTSE 100* 5246.99 146.15 2.71% Congratulations Constable (I assume Black day calls are based on the FTSE?)!
  13. It's all so depressing. Let us lighten the mood a little http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/8683796/Financial-crisis-traders-at-stock-markets-around-the-world-watch-the-value-of-shares-fall.html
  14. DOW now negative again. There has to be a couple of heart attacks on Wall St. today
  15. And here we have, a House Price Crash Luxury houses buyer frenzy in Northern Ireland - price drop from £1m to £400,000 http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/woman/house-home/luxury-houses-buyer-frenzy-in-northern-ireland-price-drop-from-1m-to-400000-16031619.html
  16. Just keeps getting better out there... Highest Radiation Ever Detected At Fukushima: 10+ Sieverts An Hour http://www.zerohedge.com/news/highest-radiation-ever-detected-fukushima-10-sieverts-hour
  17. Don't forget rates for vacant properties as of October in NI.
  18. It's already passed: a) From July 7th, 2010 to December 31st, 2011, 85 days maximum term of payment. b. From January 1st, 2012 to December 31st, 2012, 75 days maximum term of payment c) After January 1st, 2013, the maximum term of payment will be 60 days. Full info at the link: http://www.eurojuris.net/eng/publication-detail.asp?PublicationId=305
  19. And that's all folks Icelandic volcanic stops erupting - UK official (Reuters) - An Icelandic volcano which has caused disruption to northern European airspace has stopped erupting, a UK weather official said Wednesday. The Grimsvotn volcano, which began erupting Saturday, is only blowing out steam and concerns over the ash cloud on aviation are easing rapidly, the official said. http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/05/25/uk-iceland-volcano-halt-idUKTRE74O1SY20110525
  20. And more RBS news: RBS axes 690 jobs and closes Telford office Closure of RBS debt management office means 500 jobs lost in Telford, with 150 going in Plymouth and 40 in Leeds http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/may/24/rbs-axes-jobs-telford
  21. Carefully timed or more spin?? Commodity prices fall as Goldman Sachs closes trade Commodity prices fell on Tuesday after Goldman Sachs' commodity team called time on one of its major trades. I'll not copy and past the whole article as it seems to be deemed the wrong thing to do on here... so here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/commodities/8446139/Commodity-prices-fall-as-Goldman-Sachs-closes-trade.html
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