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From: ralfph10/18/2021 1:03:06 PM
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American billionaires increased their bank accounts by 70% over the last 18 months. That is over 2.5 trillion dollars.

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To: Postman who wrote (291500)10/18/2021 1:06:59 PM
From: ralfph
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I find myself way over on the right coast. Minus all my account codes and passwords.

Big DUH on my part.

Some nice homes and farms around here.

NS

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To: Terry Maloney who wrote (291507)10/18/2021 1:10:09 PM
From: kidl
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Let's keep it in perspective ... He made a huge / wrong call

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To: kidl who wrote (291510)10/18/2021 1:17:19 PM
From: Terry Maloney
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>> He made a huge / wrong call <<

That he did, but on balance I think he did more good than harm. And Cheney and Rumsfeld were determined to go after Hussein no matter what anyone did or didn't say or do.

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To: Terry Maloney who wrote (291511)10/18/2021 1:23:59 PM
From: kidl
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Casualties of the Iraq War

en.wikipedia.org

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To: kidl who wrote (291510)10/18/2021 2:29:16 PM
From: Valuepro
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"Let's keep it in perspective ... He made a huge / wrong call."

Yes, and the "perspective is"...

1. He was lied to, and
2. Sadam was not cooperating with WMD inspectors. Without that, the was would not have been possible.

Also, Powell, when be became aware of being deceived, acknowledged his mistake. Such is quite uncommon, and lauditory to my way of thinking.

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To: Valuepro who wrote (291506)10/18/2021 2:31:09 PM
From: Valuepro
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Add Parkinson's to that list of comorbidities contributing to Powell's demise.

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From: Gib Bogle10/18/2021 3:58:22 PM
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CAD keeps making new highs.

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To: Gib Bogle who wrote (291515)10/18/2021 5:17:56 PM
From: LoneClone
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The $C is in many ways a petrobuck; there is a high correlation between the oil price and the loonie. They rarely move in opposite directions for more than a short period.

I find it interesting how strong the correlation is, considering what a small proportion of the Canadian economy involves hydrocarbon extraction, a declining slice at that.

Buying op: for some reason KDK was down 13% today in spite of the release of strong drill results. It strikes me that the market does not realize that the operating mines in the area run on about 0.25% CuEq, meaning the results in today's PR, 0.45-0.75% over long intercepts, are actually very strong.

For those who don't know, KDK is searching for large copper-gold porphyries in southern BC. They are currently drilling up a large deposit called Gate they discovered last year, and are about to start drilling another called Dillard. There are also strong indications of other porphyries on their properties, maybe even a giant cluster. Oh, and their have under 50M shares out.

LC

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To: LoneClone who wrote (291516)10/18/2021 5:42:55 PM
From: Gib Bogle
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Are you implying that a fall in C$ in the last 2 days led to a 39% increase in CAD's price?
Here I was thinking it had something to do with demand for met coal.

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