Yuji officially endorses Donald Trump. Who is supporting Grandma Hillary ?

Bibi Haniffa posted:
VVP posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

Not only mismanaged companies file for bankruptcy protection.  Market conditions also make this happen.  Was Citigroup a mismanaged company in 2008 when they had to beg the government to bail them out?  No, they weren't.  They were slick like Donald Trump.  They parked up their money in offshore accounts and took the government money and use it.  I am not saying this is right, I am saying it is how business works. 

You simply do not understand what you are talking about.  Go and read up.  I wish TK was here to help you out.  Read about the banking collapse in 2008, start with Lehman Brothers.

What is it that TK can teach me about the American banking system? I was an employee at one of these financial giants when all this was happening.  

Bibi it is funny to watch how dem less educated AFC/PNC posters are boasting about a total reject TK. A man rejected by ALL political parties in Guyana.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
VVP posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

Not only mismanaged companies file for bankruptcy protection.  Market conditions also make this happen.  Was Citigroup a mismanaged company in 2008 when they had to beg the government to bail them out?  No, they weren't.  They were slick like Donald Trump.  They parked up their money in offshore accounts and took the government money and use it.  I am not saying this is right, I am saying it is how business works. 

You simply do not understand what you are talking about.  Go and read up.  I wish TK was here to help you out.  Read about the banking collapse in 2008, start with Lehman Brothers.

What is it that TK can teach me about the American banking system? I was an employee at one of these financial giants when all this was happening.  

You must have been making and serving the coffee there with the explanation provided above. Lol

Low IQ hustlers!!!!!

yuji22 posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
VVP posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

Not only mismanaged companies file for bankruptcy protection.  Market conditions also make this happen.  Was Citigroup a mismanaged company in 2008 when they had to beg the government to bail them out?  No, they weren't.  They were slick like Donald Trump.  They parked up their money in offshore accounts and took the government money and use it.  I am not saying this is right, I am saying it is how business works. 

You simply do not understand what you are talking about.  Go and read up.  I wish TK was here to help you out.  Read about the banking collapse in 2008, start with Lehman Brothers.

What is it that TK can teach me about the American banking system? I was an employee at one of these financial giants when all this was happening.  

Bibi it is funny to watch how dem less educated AFC/PNC posters are boasting about a total reject TK. A man rejected by ALL political parties in Guyana.

I did not realize they awarded degrees for working in backdam.

Drugb posted:
. Unfortunately, Canada does not give entitlement benefits to migrants. 

And again we see the brown bai KKK at work again.  They cannot help their Klanlike demonization of blacks.

THIS is why Americans will PREVENT a fascist from being president.

yuji22 posted:
 

It was once rumoured on GNI that Storm is on the social assistance roll. Canada will not welcome him here.

Its interesting that you would scream that this abuse would be worthy of banning had I made the same comment about you, or your buddies  cobra, skeldon man, and seignet

yuji22 posted:
 

Bibi it is funny to watch how dem less educated AFC/PNC posters are boasting about a total reject TK. A man rejected by ALL political parties in Guyana.

Most assuredly stormborn and caribny on their own have more education and intellect than the ENTIRE brown bai KKK.   We don't even need to bring in TK. 

The mere fact that you all support a man whose entire economic development plan is "I can make the best deal that you would ever see", this while his hordes are threatening to riot at the convention, if they don't get their way.

And this when they are not threatening to kill "terrorists" (which is any one who they THINK is a terrorist) or assaulting black women, even those who support the GOP.

This show how simple the brown bai KKK is!

yuji22 posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
 

On Wall Street using Bankruptcy protection is a very common practice to restructure a company. 

Trump uses bankruptcy to wipe out debt to creditors.  He even boasts about this.

What other companies do is not relevant to this.

What matters is whether the will of the people will push Trump to the presidency. I suspect that you are one of those looking to migrate to Canada in this event. Unfortunately, Canada does not give entitlement benefits to migrants. 

It was once rumoured on GNI that Storm is on the social assistance roll. Canada will not welcome him here.

Admin, why this kind of antagonism is allowed?

Mitwah posted:
yuji22 posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
 

On Wall Street using Bankruptcy protection is a very common practice to restructure a company. 

Trump uses bankruptcy to wipe out debt to creditors.  He even boasts about this.

What other companies do is not relevant to this.

What matters is whether the will of the people will push Trump to the presidency. I suspect that you are one of those looking to migrate to Canada in this event. Unfortunately, Canada does not give entitlement benefits to migrants. 

It was once rumoured on GNI that Storm is on the social assistance roll. Canada will not welcome him here.

Admin, why this kind of antagonism is allowed?

Astounding, mindboggling that Yuji gets away with this and his sordid race baiting as well. Maybe the special "astrology" stuff he once said he used to inform him that Nagamootoo is "close to his bucket", works to protect him from sanctions for the racism and insults that he dishes out here. His comrades Baseman and few others seem to be similarly protected. 

Bibi Haniffa posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

He never filed for personal bankruptcy.  These are all entities under the Trump Organization with other partners.  On Wall Street the nice word for this is "Restructured Deals."

So the fact that his record of failure as a business man doesn't bother you? This when the very reason why you claim that he will be a good president is based on this.

Either Trump is incompetent, or he is a dead beat cheat he refuses to pay his bills.

On Wall Street using Bankruptcy protection is a very common practice to restructure a company.  Even Fortune 500 companies do it.  It doesn't mean that you are poor or you don't have money.  It is part of the business machinery of the financial system.  Many of these companies later emerge from bankruptcy and some even become financial giants again.  Remember what happened in 2008 to the banking system when the housing market crumbled the financial industry.  It is how business works, and the smart ones use the system to their advantage.

Bibi,

These AFC/PNC supporters cannot fathom the most basic of economic practices in the USA.

susan posted:
Mitwah posted:
yuji22 posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
 

On Wall Street using Bankruptcy protection is a very common practice to restructure a company. 

Trump uses bankruptcy to wipe out debt to creditors.  He even boasts about this.

What other companies do is not relevant to this.

What matters is whether the will of the people will push Trump to the presidency. I suspect that you are one of those looking to migrate to Canada in this event. Unfortunately, Canada does not give entitlement benefits to migrants. 

It was once rumoured on GNI that Storm is on the social assistance roll. Canada will not welcome him here.

Admin, why this kind of antagonism is allowed?

Astounding, mindboggling that Yuji gets away with this and his sordid race baiting as well. Maybe the special "astrology" stuff he once said he used to inform him that Nagamootoo is "close to his bucket", works to protect him from sanctions for the racism and insults that he dishes out here. His comrades Baseman and few others seem to be similarly protected. 

The admin and moderators allow this on a daily basis,mention drunk and you are banned.

too much racism here of recent.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
 

What is it that TK can teach me about the American banking system? I was an employee at one of these financial giants when all this was happening.  

Trump ran his projects to the ground, didn't have the cash flow to service his debt, and so declared bankruptcy.   He lost is Atlantic city properties, and many which carry his name, do so under license.

So why don't you read what Forbes magazine has to say?  I assume that you know that this magazine isn't a "liberal" rag.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/de...lane/2/#5dacc8cfeda1

caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
 

What is it that TK can teach me about the American banking system? I was an employee at one of these financial giants when all this was happening.  

Trump ran his projects to the ground, didn't have the cash flow to service his debt, and so declared bankruptcy.   He lost is Atlantic city properties, and many which carry his name, do so under license.

So why don't you read what Forbes magazine has to say?  I assume that you know that this magazine isn't a "liberal" rag.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/de...lane/2/#5dacc8cfeda1

Bankruptcy is wealth generation strategy. Duh!!! Tells you a lot of their business acumen.  

yuji22 posted:
caribny posted:
yuji22 posted:

Looks like Trump victories are creating angry anti Trump supporters in GNI.

 

By the time the GOP and the Democrats reveal what a fraud Trump is, you would be too embarrassed.

http://time.com/money/4010695/...y-scam-donald-trump/

I could care less what you think.

Trump for President.

Go Trump Go !

Bring back pride and dignity to the USA !

By the time that we finish with Trump you will disappear for one year out of shame like rev did after Obama and Granger won.

FC posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
 

What is it that TK can teach me about the American banking system? I was an employee at one of these financial giants when all this was happening.  

Trump ran his projects to the ground, didn't have the cash flow to service his debt, and so declared bankruptcy.   He lost is Atlantic city properties, and many which carry his name, do so under license.

So why don't you read what Forbes magazine has to say?  I assume that you know that this magazine isn't a "liberal" rag.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/de...lane/2/#5dacc8cfeda1

Bankruptcy is wealth generation strategy. Duh!!! Tells you a lot of their business acumen.  

Bibi is a filing in some office, yet pretends to be a big time investment banker. Typical RH mentality.

yuji22 posted:
Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
 

On Wall Street using Bankruptcy protection is a very common practice to restructure a company. 

Trump uses bankruptcy to wipe out debt to creditors.  He even boasts about this.

What other companies do is not relevant to this.

What matters is whether the will of the people will push Trump to the presidency. I suspect that you are one of those looking to migrate to Canada in this event. Unfortunately, Canada does not give entitlement benefits to migrants. 

It was once rumoured on GNI that Storm is on the social assistance roll. Canada will not welcome him here.

Hay dumb ass, everyone here but you know I literally became an adult in Canada. I was playing my guitar in the streets of Toronto when you were still bathing in trench water.

Also, keep pretending you know me you will wake up one day and find your ugly mug posted on the site. There is nothing more humiliating than pretending you are more than you are and everyone get to verify it. I have nothing to hide since I used to post with my real name here.

caribny posted:
FC posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
 

What is it that TK can teach me about the American banking system? I was an employee at one of these financial giants when all this was happening.  

Trump ran his projects to the ground, didn't have the cash flow to service his debt, and so declared bankruptcy.   He lost is Atlantic city properties, and many which carry his name, do so under license.

So why don't you read what Forbes magazine has to say?  I assume that you know that this magazine isn't a "liberal" rag.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/de...lane/2/#5dacc8cfeda1

Bankruptcy is wealth generation strategy. Duh!!! Tells you a lot of their business acumen.  

Bibi is a filing in some office, yet pretends to be a big time investment banker. Typical RH mentality.

You learn a lot by reading what and how they write.  Anytime, someone goes into self promotion mode it is a red flag. 

Good night All. 

The honourable Yuji is going to bed. It was lots of fun in political tonight.

Go Trump Go ! Make America a proud nation once more, free from welfare and let hard work and dedication become the norm once more. 

God Bless Donald Trump. God Bless America.

caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
. Unfortunately, Canada does not give entitlement benefits to migrants. 

THIS is why Americans will PREVENT a fascist from being president.

I believe this is the best hope of many to keep up their lifestyle at the expense of us tax payers.  Did you ever consider remigrating back to Guyana under the Granger administration? With a Black government in power you should have no problems getting contracts and starting a business. 

Drugb posted:
caribny posted:
Drugb posted:
. Unfortunately, Canada does not give entitlement benefits to migrants. 

THIS is why Americans will PREVENT a fascist from being president.

I believe this is the best hope of many to keep up their lifestyle at the expense of us tax payers.  Did you ever consider remigrating back to Guyana under the Granger administration? With a Black government in power you should have no problems getting contracts and starting a business. 

Why is comment from you not countered by asking you take your sorry backsides back to the Hog island or Hubu Backdam for some sessions of trench shitting? The PPP had 23 years and you are still here.

The point is anyone can make a comment on the government in their new home. You are just being an ass.

baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

He never filed for personal bankruptcy.  These are all entities under the Trump Organization with other partners.  On Wall Street the nice word for this is "Restructured Deals."

So the fact that his record of failure as a business man doesn't bother you? This when the very reason why you claim that he will be a good president is based on this.

Either Trump is incompetent, or he is a dead beat cheat he refuses to pay his bills.

On Wall Street using Bankruptcy protection is a very common practice to restructure a company.  Even Fortune 500 companies do it.  It doesn't mean that you are poor or you don't have money.  It is part of the business machinery of the financial system.  Many of these companies later emerge from bankruptcy and some even become financial giants again.  Remember what happened in 2008 to the banking system when the housing market crumbled the financial industry.  It is how business works, and the smart ones use the system to their advantage.

But you dealing with dummies here.  Well, Caribj ain't actually, he just plain arrogant but very slick and getting the sheep to follow him around and bleat.  He knows what you are saying, he really does!!!  He is probably the most sensible guy in town...apart from yours truly, of course!!

This is especially for my friend Carib.  Breaking News from Bloomberg Business.  Buying opportunity coming up for smart people like Donald Trump.

Wall Street's Awful Quarter Is Hitting Goldman Sachs, Too!!!

As Wall Street leaders warn publicly about this quarter’s plunging revenue from trading and deals, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., the bank most reliant on those operations, has provided no guidance. The mystery isn’t whether it is getting hit too -- it’s how hard.

Goldman Sachs’s income from investment banking -- advising takeovers and underwriting securities -- is projected to tumble 32 percent this quarter from a year earlier, Credit Suisse Group AG analysts wrote in a note on Tuesday. Internally, some senior executives are anticipating a drop of roughly 25 percent in that business, according to two people with knowledge of the matter, though the estimate may not be formal. Revenue from the bank’s larger trading business will probably fall 17 percent, the Credit Suisse analysts said.

Firms including JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup Inc. have been warning that turbulent markets are battering their earnings, as stock swings, a slump in commodity prices and low interest rates prompt companies to delay share offerings and customers to pull back from trading. The first quarter is usually Wall Street’s strongest, as corporations and investors adjust strategies at the start of the year.

 

Goldman Sachs typically doesn’t provide any mid-quarter guidance.

“We have to take our direction from what other firms have said and what we have been able to observe in the marketplace,” Guy Moszkowski, an analyst at Autonomous Research, said in an interview. “The market environment is what it is, and it’s not good.”

Michael DuVally, a Goldman Sachs spokesman, declined to comment. Shares of the bank, led by Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein, are down 16 percent this year. To be sure, the company often ends up surpassing analysts’ revenue predictions -- beating them in 14 of the past 16 quarters.

Estimates for investment banking vary. Wells Fargo & Co.’s Matt Burnell told clients March 9 that Goldman Sachs’s revenue from those operations may fall 16 percent to $1.6 billion. Such scenarios still contrast with the start of last year, when the business posted what was then its best quarterly performance since 2007, generating $1.91 billion of revenue.

 

For trading, Burnell predicted a 21 percent drop, while analysts at UBS Group AG said it’ll probably slide 17 percent.

‘Real Challenge’

Wall Street rivals have been vocal about their woes this quarter. Morgan Stanley Chief Financial Officer Jonathan Pruzan told investors Tuesday that market volatility has made it hard for companies to sell securities or consummate deals. While the firm still has a healthy pipeline of initial public offerings and other transactions, they keep getting pushed back. And rattled clients aren’t trading as much, he said.

“Clearly, the external environment has been a real challenge,” he said. The firm, once more akin to Goldman Sachs, has been expanding its retail brokerage in recent years to insulate revenue from market gyrations, and in December it eliminated a quarter of its fixed-income staff.

Citigroup last week predicted a 25 percent drop in revenue from investment banking and a 15 percent decline from trading. JPMorgan’s investment bank said in February that a slowdown in debt and equity underwriting may contribute to a 25 percent drop in fee income. Revenue from sales and trading already was down about 20 percent, it said.

Weak trading drove Jefferies Group to a loss in the three months through Feb. 29, the first time that’s happened in the investment bank’s fiscal first quarter since 2008. Revenue from making markets in stocks and bonds plunged 82 percent.

“We are humbled by Jefferies’ quarterly loss and will strive to deliver the better results that our shareholders deserve,” CEO Richard Handler said when reporting results Tuesday. Trading has improved since early February, he noted.

Goldman’s Rankings

Goldman Sachs told investors in January it entered 2016 with a growing backlog of investment banking business, and its division -- run by Richard Gnodde, David Solomon and John Waldron -- has since held up against peers in industry rankings. The firm has maintained its position as the top adviser on mergers and acquisitions and leads underwriters handling equity offerings, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. It’s climbed to seventh place in underwriting corporate bonds.

Still, IPOs stagnated in January as stocks tumbled. By mid-March, corporations had set out to raise less than half the money they sought through share sales during the same period a year earlier.

Goldman Sachs’s revenue from underwriting equities will probably plunge 74 percent to $140 million, more than at any of its main U.S. rivals, according to the Credit Suisse analysts led by Susan Roth Katzke. They predict the firm will gain market share in debt underwriting, boosting revenue 9 percent to $450 million as U.S. competitors see declines. But Goldman Sachs’s biggest investment-banking business, advising deals, will probably fall 27 percent to $700 million, the analysts said.

Such moves would increase the dominance of trading, led by Isabelle Ealet, Pablo Salame and Ashok Varadhan. The bank’s institutional client services segment -- which includes desks handling customers’ dealings in stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities -- generated $15.2 billion of revenue last year. That’s almost 45 percent of firmwide revenue -- and more than double what investment banking produced.

After gauging this year’s bond markets, Goldman Sachs already decided to cut its fixed-income business deeper than a typical companywide push to eliminate underperformers, a person briefed on the matter said this month. Typically, the firm eliminates about 5 percent of its total staff to make way for new hires.

 

Stormborn posted:

Why is comment from you not countered by asking you take your sorry backsides back to the Hog island or Hubu Backdam for some sessions of trench shitting? The PPP had 23 years and you are still here.

The point is anyone can make a comment on the government in their new home. You are just being an ass.

Being a white pretending to be Amerindian puts one at a distinct advantage of being a spectator. 

I have interests in Guyana that I am hoping will survive the incompetence of the afc/apnu as we see already real estate prices are plummeting and disposable income is becoming scarce even among the top 5%.

CaribJ and yourself can benefit handsomely as before you were crying about cronyism and marginalization of your respective kind.  Now with Granger in power, supposedly the playing field is now open to those formerly allegedly marginalized by the PPP. What are you waiting for? Too comfortable behind a dollar store counter? 

Drugb posted:
Stormborn posted:

Why is comment from you not countered by asking you take your sorry backsides back to the Hog island or Hubu Backdam for some sessions of trench shitting? The PPP had 23 years and you are still here.

The point is anyone can make a comment on the government in their new home. You are just being an ass.

Being a white pretending to be Amerindian puts one at a distinct advantage of being a spectator. 

I have interests in Guyana that I am hoping will survive the incompetence of the afc/apnu as we see already real estate prices are plummeting and disposable income is becoming scarce even among the top 5%.

CaribJ and yourself can benefit handsomely as before you were crying about cronyism and marginalization of your respective kind.  Now with Granger in power, supposedly the playing field is now open to those formerly allegedly marginalized by the PPP. What are you waiting for? Too comfortable behind a dollar store counter? 

You are a laugh. I am white only compared to you. Anyone would be. Real estate is not plummeting...actually it is the priciest commodity.

FC posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
caribny posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

He never filed for personal bankruptcy.  These are all entities under the Trump Organization with other partners.  On Wall Street the nice word for this is "Restructured Deals."

So the fact that his record of failure as a business man doesn't bother you? This when the very reason why you claim that he will be a good president is based on this.

Either Trump is incompetent, or he is a dead beat cheat he refuses to pay his bills.

On Wall Street using Bankruptcy protection is a very common practice to restructure a company.  Even Fortune 500 companies do it.  It doesn't mean that you are poor or you don't have money.  It is part of the business machinery of the financial system.  Many of these companies later emerge from bankruptcy and some even become financial giants again.  Remember what happened in 2008 to the banking system when the housing market crumbled the financial industry.  It is how business works, and the smart ones use the system to their advantage.

But you dealing with dummies here.  Well, Caribj ain't actually, he just plain arrogant but very slick and getting the sheep to follow him around and bleat.  He knows what you are saying, he really does!!!  He is probably the most sensible guy in town...apart from yours truly, of course!!

This is especially for my friend Carib.  Breaking News from Bloomberg Business.  Buying opportunity coming up for smart people like Donald Trump.

Wall Street's Awful Quarter Is Hitting Goldman Sachs, Too!!!

As Wall Street leaders warn publicly about this quarter’s plunging revenue from trading and deals, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., the bank most reliant on those operations, has provided no guidance. The mystery isn’t whether it is getting hit too -- it’s how hard.

Goldman Sachs’s income from investment banking -- advising takeovers and underwriting securities -- is projected to tumble 32 percent this quarter from a year earlier, Credit Suisse Group AG analysts wrote in a note on Tuesday. Internally, some senior executives are anticipating a drop of roughly 25 percent in that business, according to two people with knowledge of the matter, though the estimate may not be formal. Revenue from the bank’s larger trading business will probably fall 17 percent, the Credit Suisse analysts said.

Firms including JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup Inc. have been warning that turbulent markets are battering their earnings, as stock swings, a slump in commodity prices and low interest rates prompt companies to delay share offerings and customers to pull back from trading. The first quarter is usually Wall Street’s strongest, as corporations and investors adjust strategies at the start of the year.

 

Goldman Sachs typically doesn’t provide any mid-quarter guidance.

“We have to take our direction from what other firms have said and what we have been able to observe in the marketplace,” Guy Moszkowski, an analyst at Autonomous Research, said in an interview. “The market environment is what it is, and it’s not good.”

Michael DuVally, a Goldman Sachs spokesman, declined to comment. Shares of the bank, led by Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein, are down 16 percent this year. To be sure, the company often ends up surpassing analysts’ revenue predictions -- beating them in 14 of the past 16 quarters.

Estimates for investment banking vary. Wells Fargo & Co.’s Matt Burnell told clients March 9 that Goldman Sachs’s revenue from those operations may fall 16 percent to $1.6 billion. Such scenarios still contrast with the start of last year, when the business posted what was then its best quarterly performance since 2007, generating $1.91 billion of revenue.

 

For trading, Burnell predicted a 21 percent drop, while analysts at UBS Group AG said it’ll probably slide 17 percent.

‘Real Challenge’

Wall Street rivals have been vocal about their woes this quarter. Morgan Stanley Chief Financial Officer Jonathan Pruzan told investors Tuesday that market volatility has made it hard for companies to sell securities or consummate deals. While the firm still has a healthy pipeline of initial public offerings and other transactions, they keep getting pushed back. And rattled clients aren’t trading as much, he said.

“Clearly, the external environment has been a real challenge,” he said. The firm, once more akin to Goldman Sachs, has been expanding its retail brokerage in recent years to insulate revenue from market gyrations, and in December it eliminated a quarter of its fixed-income staff.

Citigroup last week predicted a 25 percent drop in revenue from investment banking and a 15 percent decline from trading. JPMorgan’s investment bank said in February that a slowdown in debt and equity underwriting may contribute to a 25 percent drop in fee income. Revenue from sales and trading already was down about 20 percent, it said.

Weak trading drove Jefferies Group to a loss in the three months through Feb. 29, the first time that’s happened in the investment bank’s fiscal first quarter since 2008. Revenue from making markets in stocks and bonds plunged 82 percent.

“We are humbled by Jefferies’ quarterly loss and will strive to deliver the better results that our shareholders deserve,” CEO Richard Handler said when reporting results Tuesday. Trading has improved since early February, he noted.

Goldman’s Rankings

Goldman Sachs told investors in January it entered 2016 with a growing backlog of investment banking business, and its division -- run by Richard Gnodde, David Solomon and John Waldron -- has since held up against peers in industry rankings. The firm has maintained its position as the top adviser on mergers and acquisitions and leads underwriters handling equity offerings, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. It’s climbed to seventh place in underwriting corporate bonds.

Still, IPOs stagnated in January as stocks tumbled. By mid-March, corporations had set out to raise less than half the money they sought through share sales during the same period a year earlier.

Goldman Sachs’s revenue from underwriting equities will probably plunge 74 percent to $140 million, more than at any of its main U.S. rivals, according to the Credit Suisse analysts led by Susan Roth Katzke. They predict the firm will gain market share in debt underwriting, boosting revenue 9 percent to $450 million as U.S. competitors see declines. But Goldman Sachs’s biggest investment-banking business, advising deals, will probably fall 27 percent to $700 million, the analysts said.

Such moves would increase the dominance of trading, led by Isabelle Ealet, Pablo Salame and Ashok Varadhan. The bank’s institutional client services segment -- which includes desks handling customers’ dealings in stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities -- generated $15.2 billion of revenue last year. That’s almost 45 percent of firmwide revenue -- and more than double what investment banking produced.

After gauging this year’s bond markets, Goldman Sachs already decided to cut its fixed-income business deeper than a typical companywide push to eliminate underperformers, a person briefed on the matter said this month. Typically, the firm eliminates about 5 percent of its total staff to make way for new hires.

 

Buying opportunity for what? Is Trump going to buy Goldman, JPM and/or  Citi? You neophytes make me laugh.  What is the point you are trying to make?

Stick to race baiting and spreading of falsities. 

 

as FC noted . . . it is fascinating to watch ignar louts like Bibi Haniffa and baseman spend so much time all day, every day failing to impress on things of substance

baseman is so far gone mentally diseased that he retains no coherent perspective on politics in the US . . . a state of affairs occasioned by reflexive trolling for a platform to locate his bigotry (Trump current) as facilitator for whatever throwaway opportunities show to race bait and skin he bt at black people

these mentally deformed refugees of a certain age with their very, very modest talents, abroad in hyper-competitive America, compensate with the bigot's empty boast, the dhal belly fake macho strut, the 'i'm-really-really-not-them' point (away) . . . begging entry with the other cowardly Indo-supremacist hopefuls camp following any White demagogue spying around for targets who present weak and vulnerable

sad sh!t

baseman posted:
redux posted:

as FC noted . . . it is fascinating to watch ignar louts like Bibi Haniffa and baseman spend so much time all day, every day failing to impress on things of substance

baseman is so far gone mentally diseased that he retains no coherent perspective on politics in the US . . . a state of affairs occasioned by reflexive trolling for a platform to locate his bigotry (Trump current) as facilitator for whatever throwaway opportunities show to race bait and skin he bt at black people

these mentally deformed refugees of a certain age with their very, very modest talents, abroad in hyper-competitive America, compensate with the bigot's empty boast, the dhal belly fake macho strut, the 'i'm-really-really-not-them' point (away) . . . begging entry with the other cowardly Indo-supremacist hopefuls camp following any White demagogue spying around for targets who present weak and vulnerable

sad sh!t

Now Redux, how long you spent getting this shyte together!!  Baseman really bothers you that much!!  You remember that old song, I don't know, and I don't know...really Redux!!

yessss baseman. . . i can see why a klown like u would be alarmed at the NO real 'effort' required to strip and bitch slap the prancing, lightly educated

and please enlighten re that "old song" . . . i am at a loss as to where in idiot country u wandering

thanx

Trump is getting more endorsements now than ever before. From Rick Perry of Texas to John McCain of Arizona are backing Trump. Bob Dole, Dick Cheney and a host of top republicans are backing Trump as their presidential candidate. Trump is now ready to unite the republican party, but he is determined to take the voter's wishes to the white house. That's a man we could all be proud of someday. People tends to judge him before they even know him.

 

yuji22 posted:

.! Make America a proud nation once more, free from welfare and let hard work and dedication become the norm once more. 

God Bless Donald Trump. God Bless America.

Interesting that Trump's core base are people who have dropped out of the labor force, and who are heavily dependent on Medicaid, food stamps, and Social Security disability.   Drug abuse, and binge drinking are also rampant within that block.

They scream, wail and rant about every body instead of asking themselves why they failed to upgrade their skills.   Put it this way, if employers had an easy time finding quality employees Chief wouldn't have a living. 

Trump supporters are white men, so they cannot blame racism, or gender bias for their plight.   They are an entitled lot who think that being white men automatically should guarantee them a secure life, whether they deserve it or not.

Cobra posted:

Trump is getting more endorsements now than ever before. From Rick Perry of Texas to John McCain of Arizona are backing Trump. Bob Dole, Dick Cheney and a host of top republicans are backing Trump as their presidential candidate. Trump is now ready to unite the republican party, but he is determined to take the voter's wishes to the white house. That's a man we could all be proud of someday. People tends to judge him before they even know him.

 

The GOP can do what they want. A large % of the moderates are appalled at Trump. A large part of the conservatives don't think that Trump is conservative enough.

The base which elected Obama hates Trump.  Minorities are now 30% of the voters, and the vast majority will vote for Hillary.  Put it this way, the GOP will have to win over 70% of the white vote to win the election. 

They have not ever done this!  This is the thanks that they get for being a party consisting of bigots like you.  If you didn't think that Trump was a racist, you wouldn't be interested in him.

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