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  1. LRT coming to Las Pinas & Cavite "We will have a ceremony on May 6, to signal the start of actual works of LRT Line 1 Cavite extension project," said Goddess Libiran, DOTr assistant secretary of communications Building of LRT-1 Cavite extension to start May 6 April 23, 2019 THE EXTENSION of the Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) to Cavite will start construction in early May, the Department of Transportation (DoTr) said Tuesday. “We’ll have a ceremony on May 6 to signal the start of actual works of LRT Line 1 Cavite Extension Project. We’ll update you on its details in the coming days,” an officer from the DoTr communications department said in a mobile message to reporters. LRT-1 operator Light Rail Manila Corp. (LRMC) confirmed the information in a text message to BusinessWorld. “Confirmed. We have a media event on May 6 to launch the start of works, yes,” LRMC Corporate Communication Head Rochelle A. Gamboa said. LRMC is building an 11.7-kilometer extension of LRT-1 from Baclaran, Parañaque City to Bacoor, Cavite. The added segment to the train line will consist of eight stations: Redemptorist, NAIA Avenue, Asia World, Ninoy Aquino, Dr. Santos, Las Piñas, Zapote and Niog. The construction is scheduled to run until the fourth quarter of 2021. Once the Cavite extension is operational, it is expected to increase passenger traffic at LRT-1 to 800,000 daily passengers from 300,000 at present. LRMC is a joint venture of Ayala Corp., Metro Pacific Light Rail Corp. and Macquarie Infrastructure Holdings (Philippines) Pte. Ltd. The company won the P65-billion, 32-year contract to operate LRT-1 in 2015, part of which is the construction of its Cavite extension. Metro Pacific Investments Corp. is one of three Philippine subsidiaries of Hong Kong’s First Pacific Co. Ltd., the others being PLDT, Inc. and Philex Mining Corp. Hastings Holdings, Inc., a unit of PLDT Beneficial Trust Fund subsidiary MediaQuest Holdings, Inc., maintains an interest in BusinessWorld through the Philippine Star Group. — Denise A. Valdez
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    The Wicked Witch Must BURN~ !

    SO IT BEGINS! Go get her! IT HAS BEGUN!! What Just HAPPENED TO Christopher Steele Have BIG NAMES SHAKING IN FEAR!! WOOHOO!! Crime has a logical and linear process , it begins with the planning , then the act and subsequently the cover up. What if no crime occurs ? Or at least not by the one charged for it. / 2 / PEOPLE HAVE NOTICED, even on the Left "You real Russia Story... is Uranium... The mainstream media does not want to cover that story" SKIPPY WAS THE MASTERMIND BEHIND THE WHOLE RUSSIAN COLLUSION FABLE & THE STEELE DOSSIER! xx
  3. Borrowing Our Way To Prosperity: Non-Housing Debt Up 60% to $4 Trillion Since 2009 Millennials continue to face the struggles of living in a world where they are deep in debt and the idea of buying a home is becoming more of a farfetched pipe dream. As recently as 2009 non-housing debt stood at $2.5 trillion. Today it is over $4 trillion, a 60 percent increase in 10 years. Of course, it is no surprise that 2009 is the official end of the Great Recession and much of the recovery has come at the expense of going into massive debt. Millennials continue to face struggles in purchasing homes because they are saddled with $1.46 trillion in student debt. Non-housing debt is already creating deep pressures on the balance books of Millennial households. Toxic debt There is a big problem with the amount of non-housing debt floating in the economy. Much of this is tied to non-wealth building areas: Read more: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn! http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/#ixzz5lzIxxw2B
  4. I am fully loaded now. But I am more heavily into wt.B (than I used to be) I still like the Chart... & the news flow here
  5. Many prior cyclical Lows were signaled by some key gold stocks turning a day early Having said that... we need to see HIGHER VOLUME and some follow-through Sym.: Close: $chg. %chg. / Open: $Low: $High: Volume/ (Cl. Off Low?) GLD: 120.12 -0.25 -0.21% / 119.7 119.6 120.2: 4.950M/ (+ GDX: $20.82 -0.16 -0.76% / 20.80 20.71 20.97: 26.54M/ (+0.53%) Gdxj: $28.81 -0.15 -0.52% / 28.70 28.61 29.00: 10.59M/ (+ SLV: $13.91 -0.17 -1.21% / 13.86 13.93 13.93: 7.022M/ (+ SIL : $21.18 -0.19 -0.78% / 24.11 24.02 24.28: 142,332 (+ Up Gcm.t: C$3.28 +0.05 +1.55%/ O:3.15 L:3.12 H:3.31 vol: Rox.t : C$0.87 +0.02 +2.34% O:0.84 L:0.83 H:0.88 vol: 466,241
  6. Yesterday was yet another (small) Down Day for Gold, Silver and precious metals shares GDX - GDXJ ... update : 10d : Down a little. With a Gap Down in SLV/Silver ... Sym.: Close: $chg. %chg / Open: Low: $High: Volume/ (Cl. Off Low?) GLD: 120.12 -0.25 -0.21% / 119.7 119.6 120.2: 4.950M/ (+0.48%) GDX: $20.82 -0.16 -0.76% / 20.80 20.71 20.97: 26.54M/ (+0.53%) Gdxj: $28.81 -0.15 -0.52% / 28.70 28.61 29.00: 10.59M/ (+0.87%) SLV: $13.91 -0.17 -1.21% / 13.86 13.83 13.93: 7.022M/ (+0.58%) SIL : $24.18 -0.19 -0.78% / 24.11 24.02 24.28: 142,332 (+0.67%) But a few stocks featured here were up Up Gcm.t C$3.28 +0.05 +1.55% / $3.15 $3.12 $3.31: 80,350 (+5.13%) Rox.t : C$0.87 +0.02 +2.34% / $0.84 $0.83 $0.88: 466,241 (+1.05%)
  7. CLOWN CAR is crowded...but it may not be fully loaded yet CLOWN CAR: This photo collage of all the Democratic candidates for president is just plain funny April 23, 2019 News Yes, we know that President Donald Trump was one of 17 Republican candidates in 2016, and at the time, that seemed like a lot. But the Democrats have already put that number well behind them, and in hyping the poll it will release Tuesday, Monmouth University gave some poor intern the task of cutting and pasting all of the candidates into one Twitter-friendly photo. View image on Twitter
  8. TRANSFORMATIONAL Mega Manila line will provide "a totally different commuting experience: Safe, Reliable" JICA - Metro Manila subway to form north-south backbone of PH capital | ANC The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has committed to give 200 billion yen to the Philippines in 2018 in support of the government's Build, Build, Build program.
  9. "Hollow And Laughable": Russia Issues Own Scathing 120-page Reaction To Mueller Report One day following last Thursday's bombshell Mueller report — or rather we should say the report which ended three years of nonstop 'Russiagate' hysteria with a not-so-dramatic whimper — the Russian embassy in the US issued its own scathing report, calling the collusion conspiracy which Mueller's team sought to uncover "hollow and laughable". The Russian embassy also said it was "no surprise" that the investigation delivered "no tangible result" in its own massive 120-page study, released online Friday, even the title of which pulled no punches — The Russiagate Hysteria: A Case of Severe Russiaphobia. The publication blasted a list of "groundless accusations" repeated since Trump's 2016 election, including allegations of Russian election meddling, the Kremlin's supposedly being behind the DNC hack, as well as Trump's working with Russian intelligence. It concluded in the wake of the Mueller report: The investigation... didn't show any real evidence to back up claims of Moscow's cyberattacks and attempts to "subvert democracy". Though Mueller's report failed to deliver on much of what the mainstream hyped over the years, it did point to efforts of Russian "interference" in US elections and alleged that Russian military intelligence was complicit in “hacking” the DNC. "An obvious conclusion is reached – there was no collusion" the English language Russian report asserts. The report reads: After three years, more than 8,000 publications in just four main outlets (Washington Post, New York Times, CNN and MSNBC), endless congressional inquiries, 22 months of the work of Robert Mueller that cost taxpayers an estimated $32 million, more than 2,800 subpoenas, 500 witnesses interrogated, and as many search warrants, an obvious conclusion is reached – there was no collusion. The report also outlines multiple instances where Moscow had "fruitlessly" asked Washington to provide "hard proof" of the allegations, even going so far to offer cooperation in any investigation, but “the US refused every single time.” During the entirety of the ordeal, the embassy report finds, “All this time, Russia pointed to the obvious made-up nature of these insinuations.” Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov ripped continued lack of US cooperation related to already agreed upon US-Russia initiatives to foster US-Russian economic and business ties. . . . In the aftermath the embassy called for the US and Moscow to “join efforts to repair the damage to bilateral relations,” and further expressed hope that the "end of the Mueller saga would contribute to further dispelling the smoke and mirrors on this topic." The full report compiled by the Russian Embassy in the US can be accessed here.
  10. RussiaGate Is Only Half Over, but the Collapse of the US Has Already Begun Tags: POLITICS/ELECTIONS/CORRUPTION Unfortunately for the nation, the RussiaGate fiasco is only half over. There is just too much documented official turpitude on the public record for the authorities to answer for and the institutional damage runs too deep. Act One, the Mueller investigation, was a 22-month circle-jerk of prosecutorial misconduct and media malfeasance. Act Two will be the circular firing squad of former officials assassinating each other’s character to desperately avoid prosecution.
  11. COERCING CHEERS does not work, Amy ! And we do not want a coercive Dem government Cringe-worthy moment Senator Amy Klobuchar tells the crowd they're 'supposed to cheer' her as she touts her achievements at Democrat town hall Tags: POLITICS/ELECTIONS/CORRUPTION Presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar had her own 'please clap' moment during a CNN town hall event on Monday night as she the gathered audience that they were 'supposed to cheer'. The awkward moment came when the Democratic senator from Minnesota was asked how she could win back supporters of President Trump. 'Every single time I have won, I have won every single congressional district in my state — including Michele Bachmann's, OK? That's when you guys are supposed to cheer, OK?' Klobuchar told the crowd in the cringe-worthy moment. Read more: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn! http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/#ixzz5lxZRiX9n
  12. Petition : PELOSI MUST GO! White House petition demands Nancy Pelosi be removed for treason A petition posted to the White House "We the People" website demands that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., be removed from office for treason over her refusal to provide the necessary security on the southern border. The petition, which can be seen here, demands: "Impeach Nancy Pelosi for crimes of Treason!" The petition reads: Nancy Pelosi is a traitor to the American People! Read more: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn! http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/#ixzz5lxX52MKV
  13. A WORSE HOAX? Mr. President—Listen to Bill Binney. Russiagate is a Worse Hoax than You Thought x
  14. UK Stocks could be ready to topout UKX ... 5yr : 3yr : 7,485
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