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Jul 29, 2013

From the Desk of Fernando Guzmán Cavero July 29, 2013: Twitter Can´t Accept I Own an Old Twitter Account @FGCBOLSAFGCFINA

           Twitter Can´t Accept I Own an Old Twitter Account  @FGCBOLSAFGCFINA

When I began this blog a knew practically nothing about Internet. I was cheated by supposedly serious and recognized people with businesses and nice websites I am writing  a book on my experience to warn decent people, from being  his commissions stolen in affiliate schemes that pays nothing but use you. The surprise is going to hit them and I hope to put them out of Internet for ever.



I have been followed by unscrupulous people that expose how many websites I have, what meta tags or key words I use,  among other private information that these inter-gangsters, use to steal others' people information had they  click the links to know more about me.

If any one wants to know about me and my relative success just ask me directly but do not navigate through the inter-gangsters websites.

I created a Twitter account name @FGCBOLSAFGCFINA The snapshot to prove  I own the blog can be seen below.


Nevertheless, and using all the possible ways to recover my old account tweets, followers  and followings websites. Provided the unquestionable tips and ways to contact me directly from e-Blogger or from my own site I have not been able to get it back:

THAT IS RIDICULOUS!!!!

AND PLEASE, DON  NOT COME UP WITH THE LOGIC THAT YOU ARE PRESERVING TWITTER CLIENT SECURITY


I hope Twitter can do something about it. I have other twitter account with 1 follower the old one which I stop publishing in 2011, had in a very short time more the 100 followers. Please refer to snapshot above.

Finally,  Thank you very much for your kind consideration to the present,

                  Fernando Guzmán Cavero

         

RTAmerica July 29, 2013: America's poor problem: 15 percent live below poverty line



NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS JULY 29, 2013: It’s the Economy What’s an Idea Worth?

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Compiled: July 29, 2013 06:36:35 PM

It’s the Economy

What’s an Idea Worth?
Why the billable hour no longer makes economic sense.

CNBC Latest Stories - Evening Brief July 29, 2013.



LATEST STORIES

Wave of Car Bombs Kills Dozens in Iraq: NYT | Global Update July 29, 2013.

July 29, 2013
Compiled 20:45 GMT

Global Update




TOP NEWS

Wave of Car Bombs Kills Dozens in Iraq

By DURAID ADNAN
A surge of violence in Iraq claimed more victims on Monday, when 15 car bombs killed at least 46 people and injured many more, security officials said.

On Gay Priests, Pope Francis Asks, 'Who Am I to Judge?'

By RACHEL DONADIO
"If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?" Francis was quoted as saying on Monday.
Listening Post

U.S. Pushes for Global Eye on South Sudan Conflict

By MARK LANDLER
Officials said they want to draw attention to what could become a humanitarian tragedy, but they are also working to preserve an Obama administration achievement.
World

Video: Behind the Pope's Surprising Shift

The Times's Ian Fisher, a former Rome bureau chief, on the pope's statement on gay priests and how it differentiates Francis from previous leaders of the Catholic Church.
Opinion

Op-Ed Columnist

Netanyahu the Peacemaker

By ROGER COHEN
If Begin the bomb maker could become Begin the peacemaker, there's hope for the Israeli prime minister.
WORLD

Fears of New Violence in Egypt as E.U. Diplomat Visits

By RICK GLADSTONE
The Muslim Brotherhood called for protests Monday evening, as Catherine Ashton, the European Union's top diplomat, was in Cairo to try to mediate the crisis.

A Familiar Role for Muslim Brotherhood: Opposition

By ROBERT F. WORTH
The Brotherhood's only reliable partners now are other Islamist groups whose members may be more willing to use violent or radical tactics.

White House Muted in Response to New Mass Killing of Egyptian Protesters

By ERIC SCHMITT
Democratic and Republican lawmakers, while condemning the second mass killing of demonstrators following the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, stopped short of calling for cutting aid to Egypt.
BUSINESS

Aberdeen, a City With One Foot on the Seafloor

By STANLEY REED
Since the early 1970s, Aberdeen, Scotland, has evolved from a gritty fishing town into the world's center of innovation in technology for the offshore energy industry.
DealBook

Perrigo to Buy Irish Drug Maker Elan for $6.7 Billion

By MARK SCOTT
The American drug company Perrigo agreed on Monday to acquire the Irish biotechnology company Elan in a cash-and-stock deal worth $6.7 billion.

Two Ad Giants Chasing Google in Merger Deal

By TANZINA VEGA
The merger of Omnicom and Publicis signals that advertising is now firmly in the business of collecting and selling the personal information of millions of consumers.
TECHNOLOGY
Bits Blog

A New Role for Amazon: An Engine for Jobs

By NICK WINGFIELD
Amazon, plans to announce it is creating more than 5,000 new jobs in the United States, as the company seeks to draw more attention to the working-class jobs it is creating at home.

PC Industry Fights to Adapt as Tablets Muscle In

By NICK WINGFIELD
While sales of PCs to businesses remain steady, demand among consumers has plunged, largely because people are instead buying iPads, Kindle Fires and other tablets.
Disruptions

Microsoft's Struggle to Make Things Simple for Consumers

By NICK BILTON
Microsoft has been trying to shed its reputation for highlighting features over simplicity, but old habits are proving hard to break.
SPORTS

New Zealander Hopes to Hike North and South Korea

By CHOE SANG-HUN
Roger Shepherd is chasing a dream that no one in living memory has attempted, to hike along the entire mountain range that forms the geological spine of the Korean Peninsula.

Soccer, Faith and Technology

By ROB HUGHES
A Tunisian soccer club and one from Brazil have recently used technology in unique ways, one to help its team to victory and the other to aid in public health.
United States 1, Panama 0

One Goal, but Plenty for U.S. to Celebrate in Gold Cup Final

By BEN STRAUSS
Landon Donovan was the driving force behind Brek Shea's goal, which broke a scoreless tie in a game marked by sluggish play and gave the United States its fifth Gold Cup title.
U.S. NEWS

A Plan to Save Yosemite by Curbing Its Visitors

By NORIMITSU ONISHI
A proposal for Yosemite National Park would, among other things, restore more than 200 acres of meadows, reduce traffic congestion and close rental facilities for bicycling.

Detroit Looks to Health Law to Ease Costs

By MONICA DAVEY and ABBY GOODNOUGH
As Detroit enters the bankruptcy process, officials say insurance exchanges could pare tens of millions from the $5.7 billion the city owes in retiree health costs.

Too Much Rain in the South, Too Little Produce on the Shelves

By KIM SEVERSON
In deluged Southern states, the quantity, and quality, of fruits and vegetables is suffering.
OPINION
Opinionator | The Stone

Found in Translation

By HAMID DABASHI
For students of my generation in Iran, translated works opened a wider philosophical imagination, where borders between East and West dissolved.
Op-Ed Columnist

Profiling Obama

By BILL KELLER
Why is it his job to confront America's racism?
Op-Ed Columnist

Stranded by Sprawl

By PAUL KRUGMAN
Are spread-out cities killing the American dream?

BIV Today's Business News July 29, 2013: Federal policy loopholes give U.S. wireless carriers unfair advantage: Bell Canada





Technology

Federal policy loopholes give U.S. wireless carriers unfair advantage: Bell Canada

Bell Canada is calling upon the federal government to address what it says are three loopholes in the country’s wireless policy that ... READ MORE

Mining and Energy

 

Premiers Clark and Redford announce new B.C.-Alberta resource working group

Resource officials from B.C. and Alberta will be forming a new working group aimed at expanding oil, natural gas and resource exports, B.C. Premier Christy Clark and ... READ MORE

Human Resources

 

CFIB shows MPs “real-life” examples of firms that rely on foreign workers

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has reached out to each of Canada’s 308 Members of Parliament in the hopes of ... READ MORE

Economy and Finance

 

Only one in three Canadians has detailed debt repayment plan: BMO

Only one-third of Canadians with non-mortgage personal debt have detailed repayment plans, according to ... READ MORE

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Seaspan announces $1 million donation to marine charitable organizations

UNBC announces grad programs at Wood Innovation and Design Centre

This Week's Issue

 
Vancouver companies connecting doctors with patients via virtual
visits
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DealBook P.M. Edition July 29, 2013: In Surprise, Tourre Defense Calls No Witnesses.




Monday, July 29, 2013
TOP STORY
In Surprise, Tourre Defense Calls No Witnesses The defense team for Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs trader accused of defrauding investors in a mortgage deal six years ago, began its case at about 11:47 a.m. One minute later, it rested without calling any witnesses.
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  • DEALBOOK HIGHLIGHTS
    Deal Professor: Hedge Fund's Suit on Fannie and Freddie May Spell Trouble for U.S. The government's failure to cleanly deal with Fannie and Freddie's stock and bondholders during the financial crisis is coming back to haunt it, says Steven M. Davidoff and David Zaring.
    A man looks at posters displayed inside the office of GlaxoSmithKline in Shanghai.
    White Collar Watch: Lessons From the Glaxo Case in China China's investigation into accusations that the British pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline bribed doctors and public officials to increase its sales contrasts with the approach by the United States authorities in such cases, says Peter J. Henning.
    China Insider: China Opts for Only Small Steps to Stimulate Economy Even as new economic reports signal that China's economy is slowing, Beijing continues to resist a large stimulus package, says Bill Bishop.
    From left, Rahul Aggarwal, Anthony Choe, Eric Reiter and Bill Barnum of Brentwood Associates.
    If Its Customers Love a Business, This Equity Firm Does, Too Brentwood Associates invests in a wide variety of companies, but all have one thing in common - a fiercely loyal customer base.
    Judge Says Bernanke Should Testify in A.I.G. Case The Federal Reserve chairman, who was one of the central decision makers in the 2008 bailout of the American International Group, may have to revisit those tumultuous days because of Maurice Greenberg's lawsuit against the government.
    Royal Bank of Canada Adds 2 Bankers The investment banking arm of the Royal Bank of Canada has hired two bankers, one to cover health care companies and the other to work with consumer corporations, as it continues to expand its footprint in the United States.
    América Móvil Maneuvers to Allow Bigger Stake in Dutch Operator The move by the Latin American mobile phone giant would potentially block a proposed deal between the Dutch operator, KPN, and Telefónica of Spain.
    Saks Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York.
    Saks Sells Itself to Hudson's Bay, Owner of Lord & Taylor Saks is selling itself to Hudson's Bay Company of Canada for about $2.4 billion in cash, creating an even bigger player in the world of retail.
    Perrigo to Buy Irish Drug Maker Elan for $6.7 Billion The American drug company Perrigo agreed on Monday to acquire the Irish biotechnology company Elan in a cash-and-stock deal worth $6.7 billion.
    Buzz Tracker
    Sinclair to Buy TV Stations From Allbritton One of the country's biggest owners of local television stations continued its buying spree, announcing a deal to acquire seven stations, including WJLA, the coveted ABC affiliate in Washington, reported Brian Stelter for The New York Times. The purchase price was $985 million.
    LOOKING AHEAD
    Economic Data Data to be released on Tuesday will include the Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller home price index for May and the consumer confidence index for July.
    Corporate Earnings Companies scheduled to report results on Tuesday include Aflac, Banco Santander, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Fiat, Merck, Pfizer, and UBS.
    In the United States On Tuesday, the Federal Open Market Committee, headed by Ben S. Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, begins a two-day meeting, with a statement on monetary policy to be released on Wednesday; the chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Mary Jo White, and the chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Gary Gensler, are scheduled to testify before the Senate Banking Committee about how the Dodd-Frank Act is being carried out; and President Obama is scheduled to speak on the economy in Chattanooga, Tenn.
    Quotation of the Day
    "The court cannot fathom having to decide this multibillion-dollar claim without the testimony of such a key government decision-maker."
    Thomas C. Wheeler, a federal judge, said Ben Bernanke should have to give a deposition in a lawsuit being brought by the former chief executive of A.I.G.

     

Wall Street at Close Report by MarketWatch July 29, 2013: U.S. stocks drop as investors await Fed, data.

U.S. stocks drop as investors await Fed, data

By William L. Watts, MarketWatch 
 
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) U.S. stocks started the week on a down note, posting a modest decline Monday as home sales fell in the wake of higher mortgage rates and investors nervously awaited more data later in the week and a meeting of Federal Reserve policy makers. 
 
Losses were limited, however, as a round of weekend deal making fanned hopes for a pickup in merger-and-acquisition activity in the second half of the year, while moving shares of retailer Saks Inc., drug maker Perrigo Co. and advertising firm Omnicom Group Inc. 

The S&P 500 Index SPX -0.37%  fell 6.32 points, or 0.4%, to settle at 1,685.33, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA -0.24%  dropped 36.86 points, or 0.2%, to end at 15,521.97. The Nasdaq Composite COMP -0.39%  declined 14.02 points, or 0.4%, to 3,599.14. 



Dell founder vows to stay

Michael Dell said that even if his attempt to take Dell private were to fail, he would stay at the company he founded. David Benoit reports on the News Hub. Photo: Getty Images. 


Indexes saw early pressure after the National Association of Realtors said pending home sales fell 0.4% in June, with rising rates blamed for undercutting sales momentum. 

Still, the Dow and S&P remain camped out just below record highs, while the Nasdaq is near a 13-year high. Overall, market action remains “very healthy and very constructive,” though the market’s reaction to upcoming data will be very telling, said Adam Sarhan, chief executive of Sarhan Capital, in a phone interview. 

The Federal Reserve meeting, which concludes Wednesday, is the “wild card” for markets given widely held expectations the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee won’t make major changes to its policy statement, Sarhan said. 



Watch Omnicom Group, Saks Inc.

Polya Lesova takes a look at which stocks traders will be watching during market action, including Omnicom Group, Elan Corporation, and Saks Inc. 

Investors are closely watching the Fed for any further clues as to when it may begin tapering its purchases of government bonds. Concerns over a slower pace of stimulus was tied to a pullback by stocks last month, though equities soon recovered to see the S&P and Dow head back to record territory. 

Meanwhile, it’s a very busy week for economic data. Investors will get their first look at second-quarter gross domestic product on Wednesday. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch forecast the data to show the economy grew at an annualized rate of just 1% after a mediocre 1.8% expansion in the first three months of the year. 

On Friday, nonfarm payrolls and other labor data are set for release. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch expect payrolls to grow by 175,000 in July after an expansion of 195,000 in June. See: Half full or half empty? Jobs and GDP differ

Interest rates have also been in the spotlight, as investors weigh whether stocks can continue to advance in light of rising bond yields as market participants consider a potential slowing of Fed stimulus efforts. 

MacNeil Curry, head of global technical strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said that while U.S. Treasurys, particularly the 10-year yield 10_YEAR +0.74% , have been a driver of global financial markets, the focus is beginning to shift to Japan’s Nikkei stock average, which is “on the edge of a significant breakdown and resumption of its larger bear trend.” See: Why rising rates aren’t killing the stock rally

Japanese stocks ended at their lowest level in more than a month on Monday, with the Nikkei Stock Average JP:NIK -3.32%  falling 3.3% to 13,661.13. 

Curry is targeting a downside correction for the S&P toward 1,671. 

Shares of Dow component Boeing Co. BA -0.75%  fell 0.8%. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a $2.75 million civil penalty against the aerospace company, saying it failed to correct a problem with fasteners on its 777 airplanes for more than two years after its discovery in 2008. 

Caterpillar Inc. CAT +1.17%  was the Dow’s top gainer, rising 1.2% after the company said it would buy back $1 billion in shares from Societe Generale. 

It wasn’t a full-fledged “merger Monday,” but deal activity over the weekend pushed around some stocks. Analysts said the activity could be a sign that more deal-making is in the pipeline. See Merger Monday: A signal for more M&A in 2013?
 
Shares of Saks Inc. SKS +4.18%  rose more than 4% after the retailer agreed to be acquired by Hudson’s Bay Co. CA:HBC +5.82%  in a $2.4 billion, all-cash deal. Read: Saks adds a luxury halo to Canada's Hudson's Bay.

Bloomberg Image
Employees work on the final assembly line of a Boeing Co. 777 airplane. Boeing shares fell after the FAA proposed a civil fine related to the 777’s fasteners.
American depositary shares of Dublin-based Elan Corp. ELN +3.55% IE:DRX +3.68% rose 3.6% after Perrigo PRGO -6.75% said it would use a combination of cash and stock to buy Elan for $16.50 a share, which is a 10.5% premium over Elan’s closing price Friday. Perrigo shares dropped 6.8%. 

More than half of the companies that make up the S&P 500 have reported earnings so far. And it’s shaping up to be the second least-surprising earnings season in four years, according to FactSet. Read more in The Tell blog.

Companies that have managed to beat the Wall Street consensus on earnings so far have done so by only 3.2% — well below the 4.3% average seen over the past year, and 7% over the past four years. 

Shares of Hertz Global Holdings Inc. HTZ -2.45% dropped 2.5%. The car-rental firm reported a 31% rise in second-quarter profit, earning 45 cents a share when excluding one-time items. A survey of analysts found a consensus forecast for earnings of 45 cents. See: Anadarko, Express Scripts in focus Monday.
Shares of Omnicom Group Inc. OMC -0.55% erased an early rise, setting 0.6% lower after it and Publicis Groupe SA FR:PUB +0.08% said Sunday that they will merge in the biggest advertising industry deal in history

Simon Property Group Inc. SPG -0.91% said Monday that second-quarter earnings rose 58%. The nation’s largest shopping-mall operator logged higher funds from operations to beat analyst estimates and boosted its full-year outlook. Shares were unable to escape the broader downdraft, slipping 0.9%.
 
William L. Watts is MarketWatch's senior markets writer, based in New York. Follow him on Twitter @wlwatts.