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magsview

We wonder why Dems don’t want single payer?

magsview

humphrey

The work of PP is great but it is its leadership sucks.

polarbear4

This is what establishment Dems are about. And what’s with Spielberg? Is the Empire going to embrace austerity? Stay tuned…..

magsview

Establishment Dems reaction to voters being upset with Rendon? Accuse them of bullying.

polarbear4

Ha haha! Imagine a representative of the people being asked to do what the people want done! Bullies! Add that to long list of Bernie memes.

We’re the ones being bullied by our governments. Sometimes nicely, though, so I guess that’s OK.

magsview

World Indigenous Nations Games to open in Maskwacis

For many of the athletes who have travelled to Alberta for the World Indigenous Nations Games, it’s as much about competition and culture as it is about supporting one another.

Delegations from 29 countries, with representation from even more Indigenous nations within those borders, will take part in the opening ceremonies at Bear Park in Maskwacis on Monday night. The games run until July 9, with events also taking place in Enoch Cree Nation.

On Sunday morning, a number of those who arrived early gathered at Tomahawk Park in Enoch Cree Nation for archery practice. On the sidelines was canoer Atilano Flaco from Embera Quera in Panama.

Villalaz has been following the reconciliation process in Canada.

“What’s happening with the reconciliation is ‘wow’ for me,” Villalaz said. “This is good.”

Benny

Leave no partisan elite behind..

https://twitter.com/Bencjacobs/status/881593525686685698.

No wonder we can’t get a good health care bill. They’re too busy eating filets and drinking Dom Perignon at a fancy tent at the Hamptons.

humphrey

That is quite a list which you can see by clicking on the above ‘link in blue”.

Benny

humphrey

That is only because he has future political ambitions. For him it is not a matter of principle.

humphrey

One of the negative aspects of the the heavy snowfall on the west coast last winter.

humphrey

What you don’t know won’t hurt you. That way things don’t have to be corrected.

humphrey

Has the stock market been hacked?

humphrey

A bit more info.

https://www.ft.com/content/fbb44c3e-6053-11e7-91a7-502f7ee26895

A host of Nasdaq-listed stocks have all been set at exactly $123.47 per share seemingly due to a computer glitch, in theory chain-sawing the value of companies including Amazon and Apple while sending Zynga rocketing up more than 3,000 per cent.

On the eve of the US Independence Day holiday and in after-hours trading, market data show that companies such as Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, eBay and Zynga were repriced at $123.47.

The Bloomberg data terminal listed either “market wide circuit breaker halt — level 2” or “volatility trading pause” on all the stocks affected. The glitch did not affect any market trading, including after hours.

Benny

It’s about Frequency Trading, and yes, the algorithms may have been reset.

humphrey

This could be a clarification.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/finance-sites-erroneously-show-amazon-apple-other-stocks-crashing-2017-07-03

As of 10 p.m. Eastern, Google Finance said Amazon.com Inc. shares were down more than 87%, to $123.47. On Yahoo Finance, Amazon was down 74%, to $248.49. In reality, Amazon AMZN, -1.48% finished the day down 1.5%, at $953.66, and was up 0.1% in after-hours trading, according to FactSet.

Apple Inc. shares were similarly skewed, with both Google and Yahoo Finance saying they were down 14%, also to $123.47. Actually, Apple AAPL, -0.36% ended the day down just 0.4%, at $143.50, according to FactSet, and was up slightly in after-hours trading. $123.47 — or amounts close to that — appeared to be the common denominator for the test data, wildly skewing some stocks down to that level while others skyrocketed up to it. For example, the test data sent EBay EBAY, -0.92% soaring 253%, Mattel Inc. MAT, -2.51% skyrocketing 473% and Microsoft Corp. MSFT, -1.10% up 79%.

Page views to MarketWatch’s stock pages — which remained accurate — soared as investors double-checked exactly what was going on Monday evening.

A spokesman for Nasdaq put the blame on third-party data providers.

“As part of its normal process, the UTP distributed test data and certain third parties improperly propagated the data. Nasdaq is working with third party vendors to resolve the matter,” a Nasdaq spokesman said late Monday.

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