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Talking turkey on Obamacare

  • Doris C

    We were at a friends and when the subject came up it was agreed by all at table that it sucks and then we talked about important stuff in our lives.

  • Steve E Haworth

    There’s the problem, right there…” and then we talked about important stuff in our lives”. Too many Americans have too many things that they think are more important in their lives than the direction this country is headed. We do not have enough people seeing the forest because they are to focused on “their” trees. If we do not have enough people focusing on the big picture problems, then we will all wake up one morning to discover that the personal important things are no longer important because they have been over shadowed by oppressive government and loss of most of our freedom and liberty.

  • Conrad Gabbard

    Perhaps it’s time to begin re-writing our National Anthem for truth’s sake: “Land of the Regulated and home of the compliant” – or get off our collective arses and show our “public servants” just who they’re supposed to be serving.

  • MikeO

    If it had been brought up at our table, someone would have been finding out what the new medical coding was for extraction of a turkey leg from the rectum.

  • Tony Sanchez

    That’s so funny I snorted my drink out my nose!

  • linscottsdale

    LOL! Awesome.

  • Republic RISING

    Happy Thankstaking….as your rights are taken away every day by CRIMINALS of Both Parties.

  • Republic RISING

    Slavery Dumocracy in violation of Article IV Section 4 and almost all, except possibly Ted Cruz, are in Criminal Perjury of their Oath to their NUMBER ONE Duty – Uphold and defend The Constitution most especially Article IV Section 4

  • 2 Banks Positioned To Grow With Latin America And the islands

  • These low cash flow numbers are a product of the bank’s growth. because of purchasing assets, specifically in Latin America, At a nice rate. certain times the management team will either have to slow this expansion or raise more capital. One way that Scotiabank could continue its ambitious expansion into Latin America and Asia is by issuing a new preferred stock without further dilution of standard stock. interestingly it could also offer new common shares to serve the same purpose with the resulting dilution of the common.

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  • ConclusionThe IMF predicts that Latin American and Caribbean nations compose the geographic region where economic expansion will be stronger than most of the rest of the world for launched. The expansion of the Panama Canal will encourage more trade between nations and further enhance expansion in the area. BLX and BNS are well positioned banks to benefit from this growth in trade and economic activity.

  • Scotiabank then again derives a much smaller portion of its profits from the region. However its expansion into the Southern hemisphere is paying off in a very big way and should increase its profitability over launched. If one is confident that the Canadian housing boom have a soft landing, Scotiabank is a safe bet to keep growing profits and dividends.

  • The abroad Monetary Fund released a report [pdf file] In April of this year predicting economic growth for the worldwide economy. And Canada are believed to grow between 1 and 2% over the next 2 years, Most Latin American and Caribbean countries are believed to grow between 2 to 6% over the same period. The data below, extracted from that same report, Shows these rates by country. (nyse:BLX) also known as Bladex and Bank of Nova Scotia (new york stock exchange:BNS) Which is otherwise known as Scotiabank. Bladex is the first Latin American bank to be on NYSE, Which took place 1992. It is a supranational bank established by central banks of Latin American and Caribbean countries to promote trade finance in the area. The Bank is principally engaged in providing trade financing to selected commercial banks, Middle market companies and companies. The bank does not provide retail banking services to the majority.

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