Although Google’s stock keeps hitting new all-time highs, it may not necessarily suffer the same fate as Apple.
The commodities expert says the Fed is throwing fake money after bad debts, and we’re all going to suffer.
Read the original here: Why Jim Rogers hates Ben Bernanke
Spain’s retail sales fall for the 30th month in a row as the nation continues to suffer a deep recession and high unemployment, official data shows.
Continued here: Spanish shops have weak Christmas
A shrinking world economy is painful for many, but girls and women suffer most from the effects of recession.
More here: Girls ‘hit hard by world recession’
While more terrorist attacks are being recorded, the number of fatalities has declined by 25% from its peak in 2007
- Since the start of the Iraq invasion the number of global terrorist incidents has increased fourfold;
- Only 31 of the 158 countries ranked have not experienced a terrorist attack since 2001;
- North America is the least likely region to suffer from terrorism;
- Western Europeans are nineteen times more likely to be killed in a terrorist attack than North Americans;
- Since 2002, only 6% of all fatalities have been terrorists, highlighting the effectiveness of terrorism;
- In 2011, Iraq was the country most impacted from terrorism, followed by Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Read the rest here: Inaugural Global Terrorism Index Launches
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The Walking Dead Blog: Yes, someone will die … and other possible midseason …
We're less than 12 hours away from The Walking Dead's Season 3 midseason finale, and there's plenty of speculation about what's in store for “Made to Suffer.” Already, producers have hinted at a character(s)'s death. We're not sure who. Could Daryl …
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Japan’s industrial output fell more than expected in August, as cars and electronics suffer from weak global demand, figures show.
See the rest here: Japan’s industrial output slides
A new report says aboriginal children suffer from unintentional injuries serious enough to require hospitalization at twice the rate of other kids in Canada.
The rest is here: Aboriginal kids suffer more accidental injuries than others
Brinker International (EAT +6.1%) says on an earnings CC (webcast) that it’s actively seeking locations to grow its Maggiano’s chain as it stays on a growth track. Shares of EAT now sit at 5-year highs, as the company books solid same-store sales and doesn’t suffer from the same concerns over growth in China that pesters rivals. Post your comment!
Continued here: Brinker International ([[EAT]] +6.1%) says on an earnings CC (webcast) that it’s actively seeking locations to grow its Maggiano’s chain as it stays on a growth track. Shares of EAT now sit at 5-year highs, as the company books solid same-store sales…
As the Midwest continues to suffer through its worst drought in more than 50 years and corn prices near record highs, sixth generation farmer Pam Johnson stares out her window, praying for rain.
Read the rest here: Corn, soybean prices shoot up as drought worsens