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Noah

Noah

Member Since 01 Jan 2004
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In Topic: TRUMP

Yesterday, 11:55 AM

YOU'RE FIRED!

 Herschel Talker, on 03 August 2015 - 10:44 AM, said:

In a world where Mutually Assured Destruction is a reality, stop and sincerely ask yourself if Trump is the kind of man you would trust with the nuclear codes.

In Topic: Saban. “The guy ain’t nothing but 5-5."

Yesterday, 11:52 AM

Ouch... That almost left a mark

In Topic: TRUMP

02 August 2015 - 03:31 PM

I can't vote for anyone with a comb over.

Why did Trump fire his barber?

In Topic: Word on the street

02 August 2015 - 10:41 AM

Now that ain't fair...

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In Topic: gold slide continues

31 July 2015 - 01:59 PM

http://finance.yahoo...-120435290.html

As traders, market pundits and economists jaw over whether the Federal Reserve this year will lift its benchmark lending rate for the first time in almost a decade, several corners of the U.S. bond market aren't waiting around. A wide range of short-term interest rates, which tend to be the most sensitive to Fed policy expectations, have been quietly grinding higher for weeks, or in some cases much longer. Several have even surpassed their levels from two years ago during the bond market's "taper tantrum," when prices tanked and yields shot up as the Fed pondered whether to halt its massive asset-purchase programme.