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  1. Finally - this BRIDGE is coming OLD photo The site of the future Bridge, connecting Ste.Monica to Lawton Ave. in BGC. If you leave Centera, and walk for 25 minutes walk and (I counted) 2300 steps, you will arrive here, where there is some construction equipment. This is the intersection of Santa Monica and Manila Railroad St. (Google maps pictured a basketball court here.) === RECENT The bridge connecting Kapitolyo to BGC is taking shape Some people in Ortigas think their journey time will be cut in half
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    The FCX rally may be fizzling out FCX .... update : Last:
  3. Glenn Beck gets to an excellent rant ANOTHER COMING RECESSION? Federal Reserve Funds Banks Billions, Market is Broken
  4. BUBBLES and Anti-Bubbles / Spotting Bubbles: The Biggest Risk to the Financial System (w/ Diego Parrilla) > How can investors position themselves to profit from irrational markets? Diego Parrilla of Quadriga Asset Management explores the opportunities behind bubbles — and their funhouse mirror opposite, anti-bubbles — which result from artificially suppressed prices. Filmed on October 16, 2018 in New York. ANTI-BUBBLES: Gold, Volatility ... are "artificially cheap"
  5. ACQUA : from the almost-Sublime ... to the Ridiculous (original 2011 video was sublime marketing - the latest video story may be ridiculous) ACQUA Private Residences AVP of Century Properties (2017) Three yuppies, One day at Acqua Private Residences - "Cringe-worthy?" As Franco moves in next door, will he finally fall for Pam? Will Pam finally tell Franco how she really feels about him? Who is Enzo and why is he always late? Three yuppies. One day. One amazing condo at the heart of the city.
  6. NEWS BTU ... 10d / Last: $15.50 -1.53, -8.98% O: 16.73. H: 16.91, L: 15.32 Peabody Energy Down 8% DJ REALTIME NEWS 09/20/19 Update: Peabody Holds on to Arch Coal Deal, Cites Strong Balance Sheet Amid Soured Debt Plan - Stock Slides 9% MT NEWSWIRES 09/20/19 BRIEF-Statement From Peabody Confirming Commitment To Pending Prb/Colorado Joint Venture REUTERS 09/20/19 Peabody Energy's stock tumbles toward record low after terminating cash buybacks of debt Peabody Energy Corp. (BTU) shares recently traded down 8% to $15.65 after the coal company terminated a tender offer for notes. Peabody said late Thursday that "at this particular time, the debt markets do not accommodate a path toward completing the offers and achieving the company's refinancing objectives in an economic fashion." On Friday, Peabody confirmed its commitment to the pending PRB/Colorado joint venture with Arch Coal Inc. (ARCH). Peabody said it "looks forward to continuing to take the steps needed to advance the highly accretive transaction in a timely and effective manner to add value to the enterprise." . . . Peabody Energy (BTU) said on Friday it would continue its coal mines deal with Arch Coal (ARCH) to combine their Powder River Basin and Colorado assets through the regulatory process, saying that its balance sheet is strong even after scrapping its plan to buy back $1 billion debt notes on lukewarm support. Its shares slumped 10%. "The company looks forward to continuing to take the steps needed to advance the highly accretive transaction in a timely and effective manner to add value to the enterprise," the coal miner said in a statement. In June, the two companies said they have struck a joint venture deal, with Peabody owning 66.5% of the venture and Arch the balance, combining among others two productive and adjacent US coal mines into a single unit, hoping to unlock some $820 million synergies. On Thursday, Peabody said it was terminating its cash tender offers to buy $500 million of 6% senior secured notes due 2022 and $500 million of 6.375% senior secured notes due 2025, as part of its refinancing plan. "The debt markets do not accommodate a path toward completing the offers and achieving the company's refinancing objectives in an economic fashion," said CFO Amy Schwetz. "The company intends to pursue alternative means to accomplish its longer-term objectives in a manner that adds value to the enterprise." Still, the coal miner said its revolving credit facility was upsized with $215 million in additional commitments. The maturity date for $540 million of the facility was also extended to 2023. "The credit facility was amended to permit the company's pending PRB/Colorado joint venture," Peabody said. In April 2016, it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing economic slowdown in China and low coal prices. . . . Earlier this week, the company said it completed an upsizing of its revolving credit facility, to help enable the pending Arch Coal Inc. (ARCH) joint venture. On Friday, Peabody "confirmed its commitment" to the Arch Coal JV, saying it continues to progress through the regulatory approval process. Arch Coal's (ARCH) stock dropped 5.2% toward the lowest close since Oct. 30, 2017 . Year to date, Peabody shares have slumped 48.7% and Arch Coal's (ARCH) stock has lost 13.2%, while the S&P 500 has gained 19.3%.
  7. SLIMIEST OF SLIMEBAGS Blasey Ford’s Friend Says She Was Threatened with ‘Smear Campaign’ if She Didn’t Back Kavanaugh Story
  8. Kavanaugh’s Accuser Max Stier Is Former Clinton Lawyer, Obama Donor (Leftist slime bag ... let karma deal with him) Witch Hunt: ’He did his duty’ Max Stier was not only a former classmate of Kavanaugh’s at Yale, but also a foe during the Bill Clinton impeachment trial.
  9. Another EPIC FAIL by the (im)material Girl? Madonna Surprises With Launch of Ambitious, Intimate 'MADAME X' Show... Attempt at Avant Garde Broadway...
  10. The Latest: Saudi minister: 50% of crude reduction restored DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The Latest on tensions in the Persian Gulf and the fallout after weekend attack on major oil sites in Saudi Arabia (all times local): 10 p.m. Saudi Arabia’s energy minister says 50% of the production cut by the attack on its oil processing plant has been restored. Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman made the comments Tuesday night at a news conference in Jiddah. The attack Saturday struck a Saudi oil field and the world’s largest crude oil processing plant, which knocked out 5.7 million barrels of crude oil production per day for the kingdom, or about 5% of the world’s daily production. The prince added that within this month, production capacity will be up to 11 million barrels per day by the end of September. It had been around 9.6 milllion barrels per day before the attack. Yemen’s Houthi rebels, whom a Saudi-led coalition have been fighting since March 2015, claimed the attack. However, U.S. and Saudi officials say they believe Iran carried out the assault, something denied by Tehran. ___ 7:40 p.m. Egypt’s foreign minister says his country is standing by Saudi Arabia following the weekend attack on major oil sites in the kingdom. Sameh Shoukry is calling on the international community to collectively back Saudi Arabia and identify who was responsible for the attacks on a Saudi oil field and the world’s largest crude oil processing plant.
  11. The Latest: Saudi minister: 50% of crude reduction restored DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The Latest on tensions in the Persian Gulf and the fallout after weekend attack on major oil sites in Saudi Arabia (all times local): 10 p.m. Saudi Arabia’s energy minister says 50% of the production cut by the attack on its oil processing plant has been restored. Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman made the comments Tuesday night at a news conference in Jiddah. The attack Saturday struck a Saudi oil field and the world’s largest crude oil processing plant, which knocked out 5.7 million barrels of crude oil production per day for the kingdom, or about 5% of the world’s daily production. The prince added that within this month, production capacity will be up to 11 million barrels per day by the end of September. It had been around 9.6 milllion barrels per day before the attack. Yemen’s Houthi rebels, whom a Saudi-led coalition have been fighting since March 2015, claimed the attack. However, U.S. and Saudi officials say they believe Iran carried out the assault, something denied by Tehran. ___ 7:40 p.m. Egypt’s foreign minister says his country is standing by Saudi Arabia following the weekend attack on major oil sites in the kingdom. Sameh Shoukry is calling on the international community to collectively back Saudi Arabia and identify who was responsible for the attacks on a Saudi oil field and the world’s largest crude oil processing plant.
  12. The Scourge of Virtue-signaling females Ruining America, one Dem city at a time Analysis: Young White Liberals Helping to Turn Red State Cities Deep Blue Dylan Buell/Getty Images John Binder 17 Sep 201945 Cities in red states such as Texas, Georgia, and Arizona are becoming increasingly deep blue as a wave of millennials and white liberals move from blue state cities, coupled with a booming foreign-born population. As the 2020 presidential election nears, red-state cities are seeing not only the impact of immigration to the U.S. — with a national foreign-born population of 44.5 million — but of domestic migration as young people and white liberals flee hard-left states like New York, Illinois, and California. Moving from cities their politics ruined Domestic migration to red-state cities comes as residents flee cities like New York City, Los Angeles, and San Fransisco — escaping a high cost-of-living and growing income inequality but bringing their politics with them. Analysis by The Atlantic finds New York City, for instance, is decreasing by about 277 residents every day with every borough in the city, except for the GOP-dominate Staten Island, losing residents. Queens, New York City lost the most residents with an outflow of almost 18,000. Similarly, Los Angeles had the highest out-migration in the nation last year with nearly 100,000 residents leaving the city than those who moved in. Chicago, Illinois also lost residents last year, with about 22,000 residents moving out of the metro area. > https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/09/17/analysis-young-white-liberals-helping-to-turn-red-state-cities-deep-blue/ Democrats ruining America's cities - Washington Times https://www.washingtontimes.com › news › aug › ruining-americas-cities Aug 19, 2019 - Democrats ruining America's cities ... Illustration on the results of Democratic governance of big American cities by Linas Garsys/The ...
  13. POLL: WARREN SURGES... NBC/WSJ poll: Biden leads Dem 2020 field, Warren's support grows While Biden dominates among more moderate Democrats and black voters, Warren overperforms among whites and liberals. Before huge crowd, touts self as heir to female pioneers... Competing versions of populism could define campaign...
  14. Coming War? Saudi Arabia Oil Fields and the Iran Drone Attack EXPLAINED Saudi Arabian oil refinery fields were hit with a drone attack over the weekend. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and President Trump say Iran is to blame. Now, oil production from Saudi Arabia -- and therefore supply around the world -- has decreased dramatically. Is a war between the two nations to come? What does this mean for Americans and oil prices moving forward? And what does Jamal Khashoggi have to do with it all? Glenn explains what YOU need to know!
  15. Times Forced to Admit Kavanaugh ‘Victim’ Doesn’t Remember Assault Nolte: I Do Not Remember Dean Baquet Sexually Assaulting Me Mollie Hemingway: NYT Ran ‘Exact Same Playbook’ Before Confirmation 
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