SlappySquirrel » October 16th, 2016
It seems like there's a few triggers or dominos in this process of an international rate. For instance we have the liberation of Mosul, newly appointed ministers in the GOI, lower denominations, article 8 compliance, International tradeable currency, exchange process, other Re-valued currencies i.e. Dong, Zim, U.N. Operational rates.
I guess my question is will all of these events happen kind of at once ? Or will these be "staggered" events, Kind of like dominos, one falling after the other?
One other question, WHERE do we investors seek a liberated Mosul. Are we waiting for liberation to be painted all over the world news? Or some obscure Iraq news article. Iraq news vs. World news has Mosul at 2 different stages. They are not on the same page..any thoughts? ?
Frank26 » October 16th, 2016
Mosul will be announced by A (abadi) ............... For the credit will only belong to .............. A and Iraq. Note media reports many scenarios .......... As if they are confused.
Samson » October 16th, 2016
10/16/2016 - 13:22
Announced that the three largest banks in the United States, "JP Morgan," and "Wells Fargo and" Citigroup, "the decline in quarterly profit.
He reported, "JPMorgan Chas & Co" and Co. down in profit for the current year by 7.6% after tax, compared to the same period last year. However, profits and revenues exceeded analysts' expectations.
Net profit also fell by $ 510 million to 6.29 compared to the third quarter of last year. With earnings per share down $ 0.1 to $ 1.58. Note that the support by the tax deduction was $ 2.2 billion last year.
As for the "Wells Fargo" and Associates Net profit fell 3.7%, or $ 200 million to $ 5.24 billion, while earnings per share decreased by $ 0.02.
Regarding "Citigroup", quarterly earnings fell 10.6 percent to $ 3.84 billion due to lower trading revenue. Net income decreased by $ 450 million to $ 3.84 billion, and earnings per share fell to $ B0.11 to $ 1.24 while the total adjusted revenue fell 4% to 17.76 billion dollars, trading income and the stock fell 34%.