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Daily Archives: April 15, 2010
Travel up-date Those of you looking to travel here is the current situation regarding flights over Ireland & England and it would appear that the dust cloud is heading south so it should also affect London Blue X represents cancelled … Continue reading
By Christopher M. Quigley B.Sc., M.M.I.I. Grad., M.A. ONE of the most innovative financial instruments that has been developed over the last decade or so is the CONTRACT FOR DIFFENCE, better know as a CFD. The … Continue reading
‘Scuse me while I kiss the sky. Ok, so the markets didn’t kiss the sky, but certainly got traders excited when they, for a moment, crossed the 11k mark on the Dow. In what has been a six-week march … Continue reading
by Hans Wagner, TradingOnlineMarkets.com | April 13, 2010 This is a monthly chart for the S&P 500 showing 20 years of performance. Since this index is the one used by professional traders, it is important to understand how it … Continue reading
Ref:Water mains burst along the Marlton road Dear Sir or Madam, Attached please find a video of the latest water pipe burst on the Marlton road The water appears to be coming up from the manhole and has a strong … Continue reading
Minister of State for Planning Ciarán Cuffe has confirmed developers and landowners may be compelled to demolish partly-completed developments. His comments follow this week’s statement by the National Asset Management Agency’s Chief Executive Brendan McDonagh that sending in bulldozers could … Continue reading