2AM is the big kahuna tonight. Starts FB Iraqi business, all US banks asleep
CONCERNING BANK PERKS. ITS TRUE A CONCIERGE' SERVICE WILL PROVIDE AND PRODUCE JUST ABOUT ANYTHING ON DEMAND BUT BE WARY THAT MANY OF THOSE BENEFITS AND THE ASSOCIATED COSTS ARE OFTEN BACK CHARGED TO YOU AND YOUR ACCOUNT AT PREMIUM FULL RETAIL VALUES. ALSO CONSIDER THAT BYPASSING SOME OF THE "FREEBIES" MIGHT TRANSLATE INTO A HIGHER RATE OF RETURN INTEREST ON DEPOSITS . FEW THINGS ARE FREE AS YOU WILL SEE. SOMEBODY HAS TO FOOT THE BILL FOR THOSE PERKS
Latest on IMF Reforms...May get done during lame duck session...
US senators and representatives return to Washington on November 12 to complete the urgent unfinished business of the 113th Congress. They have a lot unfinished, and very high on that list for both the administration and the Congress should be approval of the 2010 International Monetary Fund (IMF) governance reform package.
The administration has signaled that it will try again to get the package approved in the lame-duck session in the budget for the remainder of the fiscal year, but success is far from assured. Failure to accomplish this simple task will signal a further decline in US support for international economic and financial cooperation, diminished US standing and leadership across the board, and unknown consequences for the shape and content of international monetary cooperation in the future.
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