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Share Price: 54.00Bid: 50.00Ask: 58.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Zoltav Res
Spread: 8.00Spread as %: 16.00%Open: 54.00High: 54.00Low: 54.00Yesterday’s Close: 54.00


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Rouble
Wed 08:08
Rises a little today. Watch Greece election today, results could affect the markets.
 
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and
Tue 22:43
Guess who else has been buying into renewable energy for the last 18 months?
Abramovich!
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reminder
Tue 22:41
If you want to know if the oil slump was organised, follow the money. About 6 months ago the Rockefeller got out of oil for renewable energy. I remember posting about it. Convenient.
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note
Tue 21:34
If the Rouble stability improves from it's volatility, then Russian bonds will become attractive due to the recent interest rate rise. This could draw money back from western investments. I doubt oil can remain at these levels for too long. The strains are reverberating throughout the global markets. If you watch the US financial news they are confused at the lack of response from the Rouble drop. Don't forget this is happening all over the oil production world not just Russia. The US fracking industry isn't as potentially good, as made out.
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It's not just the Rouble
Tue 20:25
That's having a rough time folks, all oil production countries are feeling it. Norway, Canada and middle eastern countries. Now, as the Rouble takes a hit as it is part of the $ monetary empire it weakens the position of those opposed to Putin in Russia. These are the pro Atlantic people.
The west is waiting for Russia to blink. It won't happen. Russia will start to become slowly more self sufficient as Putin kicks out his antagonists within Russia's elite.
Don't forget all that gold Russia bought. That will strengthen his hand. Russia is under financial attack, but the gloating American financial media have started to notice how much the west is also struggling. QE 4 next year in America, except the money won't go to the banks this time. It'll go to private citizens via tax relief.
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Australia
Tue 13:34
Red Fork Energy goes into receivership, it's starting.
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limited
Tue 09:07
I knew posh boy Cameron boasted about his jewish forebears to the Knesset to loud applause and approval ('the boy's one of us'). Is there anywhere in the Western world where their control hasn't penetrated? Frightening really but what's more frightening is their hatred for a Russia that wanted friendship with the West after the breakup of the USSR.
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Chiel
Tue 07:49
Nick Clegg father's side of the family are Ukranian, Polish and German. No wonder he doesn't like Russia. Plus, his family is from the banking industry.
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Chiel
Tue 07:39
Cameron's ancestors are quite interesting Royalty and very famous Jewish lineage that he showed to everyone on his visit to Israel. Another of his ancestors arranged for a loan from the Rothchilds to Japan during the Russo Japan war.
His family seems to have a grudge against Russia.
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Chiel
Tue 07:25
The Canadian dollar is also crashing.





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