My God, man!

Sometimes I wonder why I even read the news:

Sheikdom shakedown: Dubai moves on NasdaqArab ownership of U.S. stock exchange raises flag in Congress

Canadian Dollar Trades Equal to U.S. for First Time Since 1976

Fears of dollar collapse as Saudis take fright

Dollar Touches Another Low Against Euro

Oil prices jump above $82 a barrel

China threatens 'nuclear option' of dollar sales

I want to go climb in a hole.


Anonymous said...

Come Lord Jesus, come

Anonymous said...

NADAQ is a global market investment company isn't it?

In that sense it isn't surprising.

What I wonder is: who's got money or might be involved in such juxtaposing of a financial crisis?

None Dare Call It Conspiracy but with a global market it does bear some sense of scrutiny.

Just who are power players in National and International Affairs and how is it they may or many not influence financial policy?

Just why do we need to support lobbyists in Washington to look out for our best interests?