Monthly Archives: November 2010

Enologix Warns of Endangered Napa Cabernet Sauvignons

Enologix Warns of Endangered Napa Cabernet Sauvignons Napa is to California wine what Yosemite is to our National Parks. An economic underworld of oversupply is shifting the price of Napa Cabernet Sauvignon down, says a November story in Wines and … Continue reading

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Analysts Step in Front of Gold Train: ‘Rally is Overextended’

Analysts Step in Front of Gold Train: ‘Rally is Overextended’ It’s been lonely for us charter members of the Old Yeller Haterz Club. Few analysts looking to stick out there neck and suggest that the mighty run of gold will … Continue reading

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TNK-BP to Open Geneva Oil Trading Unit in 2011 Expansion Abroad

TNK-BP to Open Geneva Oil Trading Unit in 2011 Expansion Abroad TNK-BP, the Russian oil venture owned by BP and a group of billionaires, said Monday that it planned to open a trading unit in Geneva in the third quarter … Continue reading

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Alarm over U.S. debt creates ‘window’ for tough choices

Alarm over U.S. debt creates ‘window’ for tough choices If Americans aren’t prepared for the hard choices needed to control the national debt, most voters here must have missed the memo. Read more on Courier-Post

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