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General Electric (NYSE:GE) Secures 30-year Repair, Overhaul Deal with HAL in India

Filed in GE Aviation, General Electric, Gold Prices, HAL, o, silver by on February 9, 2011 0 Comments

General Electric Co.’s (NYSE:GE) GE Aviation announced they’ve signed a 30-year deal with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) to overhaul and repair aircraft systems for the Hawk MK132, an advanced jet trainer for the Indian Air Force.GE Aviation will “develop, supply and commission” test equipment under the terms of the licensing agreement. They’ll also provide training and technical data for

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Obama’s Halliburton

Filed in BP, ceo, dividend, economy, euro, Gold, Gold Market, lead, o, obama, shares, ubs by on November 15, 2010 0 Comments
Obama’s Halliburton

There have been volumes written about the George W. Bush/Dick Cheney presidency and its connection with energy company Halliburton. You may know Halliburton from such events as laying the bad cement which may have caused the BP oil well blowout that sent record amounts of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. It is no secret that former Vice President Dick Chaney was the CEO of Halliburton Co. from 1996 to 1998, and again in 2000. During that time, Halliburton moved from number 73 to 18 on the list of the Pentagon’s top contractors. Nor is it news that people with connections in government peddle influence and make deals. Quid pro quo is the Washington way. Never bring a knife to a gunfight when you can bring a subcontractor… 785% gains from mutual backwashing President George W. Bush was in office from January 20, 2001, to January 20, 2009. If you had invested in his pet stock over those eight years, you would have a made 785% return on your money. Now, I’m not here to change the world. As an investor, I really don’t care about the long list of graft, corruption, and government waste attributed to Halliburton over the years… I live in the real world, and I want to make money. Make Washington pay Forget about the past. As investors, we want to know the safe, sure, and easy way to make almost eight hundred percent off the graft, corruption, and bribery of the current administration… Meet Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of General Electric Company (GE), the second largest company in the world. I first really became aware …

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ICICI Bank (IBN): Global Expert Banks on India

Filed in Bank Gold, lead by on October 5, 2010 0 Comments
ICICI Bank (IBN): Global Expert Banks on India

Filed under: India , Newsletters , Stocks to Buy , ICICI Bank (IBN) “Our latest global play is on the strongest-performing stock market of 2010 among the roaring BRIC economies: India,” says Nicholas Vardy . The editor of Global Bull Market Alert explains, “We recommend the country’s leading private bank, ICICI Bank Ltd. ( IBN ). I think the stock will be a moneymaker for you over the next few weeks. “First, while the Indian market as a whole has risen sharply during September’s bull run, Indian banks are the “secret” behind this roaring bull market. Continue reading ICICI Bank (IBN): Global Expert Banks on India ICICI Bank (IBN): Global Expert Banks on India originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Tue, 05 Oct 2010 13:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Gold Prices Hit Record High in India

Gold Prices Hit Record High in India

Gold and silver prices in India hit a new all-time high today. The price of gold in India reached 19,470 rupees (Rs) per ten grams in New Delhi on healthy buying from jewelers ahead of Akshaya Tritiya, the annual festival holiday during which it is considered auspicious to buy gold. In terms of U.S. dollars, India’s new gold price record high is $1,185.54 an ounce. Silver prices also rose to a record Rs 31,775 per kilogram (US$19.35 an ounce) on increased offtake by the industrial and coin minting sectors. Despite rising gold prices, the demand for gold in terms of tonnage in India nearly doubled during the first half of 2010, rising 94% to 365 tonnes. In terms of value, gold demand in India rose 122% to over $13 billion during the same period. India’s gold demand is expected to increase a further 25% during the second half of 2010. India seems ready to retain its title as world’s largest consumer of gold with demand increasing for several years to come. But with almost no domestic gold production to speak of, India must import all its gold to feed demand. And investors may be able to leverage increasing Indian gold demand with shares of mineral companies that produce gold for export to India. In my latest free report for Wealth Daily , I give an overview of India’s currently booming gold market and two gold stocks that could be positioned to profit from the rising demand for gold in India. You can read my latest free report by clicking here or finding it on the Wealth Daily website called: India’s Gold Bull Market Good Investing, Luke Burgess Editor, Wealth Daily Investment Director, Hard Money Millionaire and Underground Profits Gold Prices Hit Record High in India originally appeared in Wealth Daily . Wealth Daily is a

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US Now Matches Indian Outsourcing Costs

Filed in euro, Gold Prices by on August 22, 2010 0 Comments

Times are certainly changing. I guess this is the first time American companies are able to compete with Indian companies about outsourcing contracts, like call services. And as a result European outsourcing companies are being squeezed out of the ma…

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Eugenics Alert: UN’s Agenda of Population Control Accelerating

Filed in Bank Gold, Gold, Gold Spot Market, lead, shares by on July 18, 2010 0 Comments

Jurriaan Maessen Prisonplanet.com July 18, 2010 As we know, the globalists endeavor to “even the odds” in the world through the concept of wealth redistribution. Simply put, richer nations should freely bleed some of their wealth for absorption into the soil of poorer ones. Sounds reasonable to quite a number of people. It seems to appeal to the Robin Hood-sentiment of fair shares for all. Of course the sad truth is that both sides are being used as pawns in a geopolitical game of high-power monopoly. Irrespective of their systems of state, both developed and developing countries in the end are being run by power-hungry psychopaths, hellbent on destruction (filling their own pockets in the process). The powers beyond this, the sociopaths placed at key points in the overall infrastructure, control the psychopaths below them. Endgame? To organize the orderly extermination of the people by stealth. It sounds incredible, I know. But the facts speak for themselves. Although the UN in the west have learned to speak of “sustainable development” when speaking of population control, their puppets in developing countries have been less successful: they continue to speak in the original eugenic tongue: the language used of old to describe how best to keep the population in check, by whatever means necessary. In the context of the UN’s World Population Day (last July 11), several developing nations were quick to pledge allegiance to the eugenic deity. In the east-Indian state of Bihar, officials put out the announcement that: “The Bihar government will soon formulate a new population control policy. The policy will be framed in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund (UNPF).” Another Indian state, Karnataka, had President Gladys Almeida “observe World Population Day” at which event she told local government employees : “There is a need to create an awareness on the need for population control.” Another individual present said: “as the population increases, nature takes its own method to control it.” President Zillur Rahman of Bangladesh pushed to step up an “ongoing social movement” to control the population: “Mentioning that every child should be born under a plan of the family, the President said, theme of this year population day- ‘everyone counts’ become appropriate in the context of Bangladesh.” Speaking “while inaugarating the national programme on the World Population Day-2010″, Rahman concluded the event by distributing “population awards among eleven grassroots level workers for their outstanding performance in population control.” Another compliant nation, Pakistan, had their Federal Minister for Population Welfare Firdous Aashiq Awan announce that: “The government is taking serious measures to control population growth in the country.” The government in Islmabad even recruits religious leaders (a trick stolen from the UN) in order to sell population control to the masses: “(…) religious leaders are being empowered. For the first time, ‘Imam Masjid’ is being made a partner in population Welfare programmes. He would act as a social mobilizer, she (Awan) added.” There’s more. The United …

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Changing China

Filed in commodities, Debt, deflation, lead, recession, silver, sov, ubs, upgrade by on July 13, 2010 0 Comments

Reports of China’s progress and economic success vary widely, ranging from the views of perennial bears who foresee at least a bubble in real estate expanding with extreme rapidity, to wary hawks keeping an eye on the old guard’s attempt to increase economic output without actually loosening control over the populace, to the ballyhoo over expanding Chinese consumption and imports. China is certainly changing, but are the changes beneficial, to whom, sustainable, and relevent to America? With the size of China’s ever-growing population and apparently a few more pot stickers in their bowls of noodles to egg them on, we can probably agree that imports by China will continue to increase so long as jobs and wages increase. There are certainly continuing reports of increasing wages, but we should not overlook that the average job there doesn’t approach $18.50/hour, as it does in America, although one can only suppose that bureaucrats, bankers, and Party members enjoy at least the same 50% advantage in remuneration which government employees and other connected parties have in the USA today. Increased Chinese trade will be of significance to South African governments, but what are we selling that millions of Chinese want other than chicken feet? The Chinese had a superb idea of what sort of gaudy trinkets Americans would buy, but do we understand what Chinese in general and rural Chinese, in particular, want enough to make it good business to manufacture or export such commodities or products? Our primary resource China covets is surely coal, which we do not value as we ought, our country being in thrall to the greens. A reader commented, “The last time we exported scrap metal to a country it was returned to us as projectiles.” Our steel industry is in such poor state that we cannot afford to sell metals that can be recycled even if it does not return to us as munitions, the last point I will cover today. China is doing quite well buying and inventing technology, our last real export other than services. The mad quest for cheaper labor and far fewer regulations has left America very poorly situated to benefit from rising markets. All politics are partisan, and economic growth is a matter of whose ox is getting the grain. The concensus at present appears to be “China, Ho!” China is seen as an increasing source of investment opportunities and new markets, but I’ll be more inclined to believe it when I see more products marked “Made in the USA.” There are interesting tremors, including the (to me) amusing fact that Whammo has brought the Frisbee back to the land that invented it. Have we truly reached the point where the jobless rate induces Americans to work for less than coolies do? It is difficult to posit that fewer regulations and lower energy costs precipitated this reverse flight. Perhaps Chinese-made Frisbees were so full of deleterious chemicals that they injured frolicking children and dogs as the flip-flops Wal*Mart was selling did? I didn’t bother to look farther than the …

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Is Israel Planning Act of Desperation ?

Filed in euro, Gold Spot Market by on June 12, 2010 0 Comments

The signature is always the same: help through airports, high quality documents and timed perfectly to advance the Israeli agenda. This time, with two stolen nuclear weapons in play, bombs built by South Africa and Israel available for detonation in a shipping container at any American or European port, we wonder, “Would Israel really go this far?” The stolen nukes are part of the original ten weapons, Uranium-235 based, built by Israel in South Africa. The first one was tested on September 22, 1979 in the Indian Ocean and discovered by an array of sensors and satellites. The Israeli lobby in the US suppressed an American reaction and kept the story out of the press. WRH permalink

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Top 5 Graphs of the Week – 5 June 2010

Filed in economy, silver by on June 4, 2010 0 Comments

This week we look at the surging growth in the Indian economy, continued improvement in the GDP results from Australia, a strengthening recovery in the Canadian economy, and monetary policy decisions by Australia and Canada, and finish up with a look a…

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FTSE 250 (MIDD) Stalling at Bollinger Mid-Line

Filed in commodities, dividend, euro, Gold, Gold Prices, silver by on June 4, 2010 0 Comments
FTSE 250 (MIDD) Stalling at Bollinger Mid-Line

With the rally tiring a little at the Bollinger mid-band (aka 20-day MA) with stochastics overbought the chances for another big push higher have dimmed somewhat. However, the initial bearish target for the Right-Hand-Shoulder is still some 25 points away which keeps the short-term trend higher, even if a modest pullback is required before it gets there. U.S. Jobs data will influence afternoon trading so the quiet action of this morning is of no surprise. If downside is to emerge watch for support at 950. Yesterday was a busy day for the 58 trading strategies . Australian, Frankfurt, UK and US strategies generated the bulk of the trades. ASX Price x 20-day MA Long Confirmation Entry for CCL (Sydney) at AU$11.11 Long Confirmation Entry for STO (Sydney) at AU$12.53 Long Confirmation Entry for ERA (Sydney) at AU$14.10 Long Entry for CPU (Sydney) at AU$11.09 Long Unacted Entry for OSH (Sydney) at AU$5.59 (EoD): Entry signal given, but exited position on same stock too recently (2) days ago. Long Unacted Entry for AMP (Sydney) at AU$5.67 (EoD): Entry signal given, but exited position on same stock too recently (5) days ago. Long Unacted Entry for ORG (Sydney) at AU$15.11 (EoD): Entry signal given, but exited position on same stock too recently (5) days ago. Long Unacted Entry for TAH (Sydney) at AU$6.61 (EoD): Entry signal given, but exited position on same stock too recently (5) days ago. BSE Zignals New Long Target and Stop for BOB (Mumbai) at INR746.1 (EoD): Target INR822.8, Stop INR673.2 Long Confirmation Entry for ZEE (Mumbai) at INR280.6 BSE Zignals 1 mil Rupee Long Confirmation Entry for HDFC (Mumbai) at INR2748.7 Long Confirmation Entry for HTECH (Mumbai) at INR375.6 Commodity Elm Long Entry for Brent (Commodities) at $72.41 Developing a Strategy Long Entry for KO (NYSE) at $52.78 Long Confirmation Entry for IP (NYSE) at $23.14 Long Entry for HPQ (NYSE) at $47.55 Long Confirmation Entry for C (NYSE) at $3.97 Forex High Winners Long Confirmation Entry for CADUSD (FX) at 0.9510 Long Confirmation Entry for ZARUSD (FX) at 0.1300 Frankfurt High Winners Long Confirmation Entry for IDS (Frankfurt) at €15.98 Long Confirmation Entry for MRK (Frankfurt) at €60.02 Long Confirmation Entry for SAZ (Frankfurt) at €30.26 Long Entry for BAS (Frankfurt) at €43.94 Long Entry for EOAN (Frankfurt) at €25.10 Long Entry for GBF (Frankfurt) at €45.59 Long Entry for LXS (Frankfurt) at €33.57 Long Entry for MEOF (Frankfurt) at €43.14 Long Entry for PUM (Frankfurt) at €239.5 Long Entry for RWE (Frankfurt) at €58.97 Long Unacted Entry for WCH (Frankfurt) at €105.7 (EoD): Entry signal given, but exited position on same stock too recently (8) days ago. Long Unacted Entry for DEZ (Frankfurt) at €4.39 (EoD): Entry signal given, but exited position on same stock too recently (9) days ago. Long Unacted Entry for PFV (Frankfurt) at €58.12 (EoD): Entry signal given, but exited position on same stock too recently (9) …

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India GDP Surprisingly Hot

Filed in economy, Gold Investing, Gold Prices, recession, silver by on June 3, 2010 0 Comments

India released its GDP result the other day showing a surge in economic growth as Industrial activity and strong services growth helped the Indian economy recover from it’s “recession”. First quarter GDP came in up 8.6% year on year (slightly below con…

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Sara Lee Divests from Indian JV – Analyst Blog

Filed in euro, Gold Investing, Gold Prices, lead, shares, silver by on June 2, 2010 0 Comments

Sara Lee Corp. ( SLE ) recently indicated that it has completed the sale of its 51% stake in Godrej Sara Lee Joint Venture to Godrej Consumer Products Ltd. in consideration for $230 million, putting an end to the 15-year old partnership. Godrej Sara Lee will now be known as Godrej Household Products.   Godrej Sara Lee has been the market leader in household insecticides such as Good Knight mosquito repellent and Hit. In fiscal 2009, the Joint Venture generated approximately $158 million in sales. Sara Lee is also selling its global body care and European detergents businesses to Unilever ( UL ) and its air care business to Procter & Gamble ( PG ). The Unilever deal is expected to end by calendar-year 2010 and the Procter & Gamble deal is expected to close shortly after the end of the fiscal year in July.   The disposal of Sara Lee’s body care, European detergents, air care and Indian insecticides business leaves only the shoe care, non-European cleaning brands, and non-Indian insecticides businesses to be sold in its divestiture plan for the entire International Household and Body Care business segment.   All these divestitures will aid Sara Lee to streamline its focus more on the food and beverage business. Furthermore, the company intends to enhance shareholder return by using the proceeds to repurchase shares.   The spate of divestitures in the non-core assets would also augment the company’s growth via the strategic investment of these proceeds including accretive acquisitions. Read the full analyst report on “SLE” Read the full analyst report on “UL” Read the full analyst report on “PG” Zacks Investment Research

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