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  • #46
    there used to be some good marketers on this site,some got banned some have passed ,others just quit because of all the bickering,but I guess you could ask Q's here and you may get good advice,I'm know a fair amount about marketing so may be able to help

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    • #47
      Originally posted by steffy View Post
      there used to be some good marketers on this site,some got banned some have passed ,others just quit because of all the bickering,but I guess you could ask Q's here and you may get good advice,I'm know a fair amount about marketing so may be able to help

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      • #48
        https://www.yahoo.com/amphtml/financ...wSvpodJJqKhdJc


        Trade war with China is over....
        Last edited by verbatime; 01-19-2019, 12:42 PM.

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        • #49
          will the offer from china move the market or is that baked in the rally we have had, will be interesting to see. with the holiday, has been given a few days for the news to cool off. How is the weather in south america?? to busy cussing mine to look

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          • #50
            this is interesting, love to see the EPA dissolved in this process then on with the pipelines,
            no wonder the leftists want the shut down removed, Trump will get rid of alot of leftist federal working deadwood sucking up salaries for nothingness.

            https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/01/trump_puts_schumer_and_pelosi_in_a_brilliant_vise_ grip.html
            Last edited by Tom In Ont; 01-21-2019, 10:32 AM.

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            • #51
              Tom would be nice to see the swamp finally get drained but I have my doubts

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              • #52
                US cancels trade planning meeting with China, source says
                ---------------HOLD THE PHONE NO CUMM BY YAH YET trubble with the shipper ------------------------------dave---------------------------------------------------------------------------The White House has rejected a trade planning meeting with China this week due to outstanding disagreements over intellectual property rules.
                Should Beijing and Washington fail to agree on a permanent solution by March 1, President Donald Trump has said he will reinforce punitive tariffs.
                The White House tells CNBC that "the teams remain in touch in preparation for high level talks with Vice Premier Liu He at the end of this month."

                Officials from the U.S. trade representative's office were set to meet with two Chinese vice ministers this week to try to resolve trade differences before the March 1 deadline, but the meeting was called off, a source familiar with the situation confirmed to CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
                Should Beijing and Washington fail to agree on a permanent solution, President Donald Trump has said he will reinforce punitive tariffs on roughly half of all Chinese exports to the U.S.

                Asked for comment, the White House told CNBC that "the teams remain in touch in preparation for high level talks with Vice Premier Liu He at the end of this month." The Treasury Department and the U.S. trade representative's office did not respond to requests for comment.
                One source suggested that talks may still happen over the phone, but the termination of the in-person visit signals that reaching a complete agreement beyond the basic tenants of the Group of 20 truce will be difficult. China offered to boost its imports from the U.S. for six years, officials familiar with the matter told CNBC last week, though how any such promise would be enforced remains uncertain.
                Chinese officials made the offer during negotiations in Beijing earlier in January, Bloomberg News reported. China would increase its annual import of U.S. goods by a combined value of more than $1 trillion, the officials told Bloomberg, which was the first to report on the import boost offer.
                "I would kind of characterize negotiations as generally moving in the right direction. Last week, China offered a fig leaf in lowering tariff rates and agreed to import a trillion dollars of U.S. goods by 2024," said Joseph Lupton, global economist at J.P. Morgan.
                Trade negotiations between Washington and Beijing have stretched for months amid a tit-for-tat dispute. Both countries have slapped tariffs on billions of dollars worth of each others' goods. The White House put tariffs of 10 percent on $200 billion of Chinese products in September and at the time threatened to increase the levy to 25 percent by the start of 2019.

                The two nations late last year agreed to halt additional tariffs as they engage in new trade talks with the goal of reaching an agreement before the March deadline following Trump's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Argentina.
                "I think there's a lot of posturing going on. Trump's tweeting the China numbers are weak, they better make a deal quick," Lupton added. "I think a lot of that posturing is what's taking place here but beneath the surface both sides see a need to get some sort of deal here. It's just a matter of spinning it as a win for the two sides."

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                • #53
                  larry kudlow denies the talks are off and calls reports false,more fake news I guess,but it sure raises hell with the markets,and one wonders why specs are heading for the sidelines

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                  • #54
                    Hey Verb, Thanks for the woman in a black dress video, best post on here since our friend TAS went to his final reward

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                    • #55
                      OIL----------------------better have have already filed your tanks-------------------------dave
                      Last edited by davidm479; 01-24-2019, 08:36 AM.

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                      • #56
                        well, Wilber Ross just stated that they are miles and miles away from any trade deal with the Chinese, do u hear a Ross Perot type sucking sound?

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                        • #57
                          I just love it when one report comes out then another come out contradicting the first discrediting it so who is right then the TRUTH comes out and nothing is sid to correct the first statement its what I call cut and cove and I am damn tired of it---------------------dave

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                          • #58
                            its all mere conjecture and falsehood bullchit, plain and simple. Its called the one that stays standing after a multitude of knife stabbing exchanges at everyone's peril..

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                            • #59
                              the problems arises is when its false and turns out to be a big market mover and no acconabalty is taken --------------------------------dave

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                              • #60
                                remember this these elected officials can swing the markets at any given opportunity and have there Wall St buddies have them positioned to accumulate wealth on inside info. You nor I can't do as such. We go to jail.

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