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Jul 9, 2014

YouTube | Al Jazeera English - July 9, 2014: Scores killed as Israeli jets bombard Gaza.

STOP BOMBING GAZA  FOR GOD SAKE !!!!

Fernando Guzmán Cavero



Al Jazeera English has uploaded Scores killed as Israeli jets bombard Gaza



Scores killed as Israeli jets bombard Gaza
Al Jazeera English
At least 550 sites have been hit by Israeli jets, including in Gaza City and Beit Hanoun. In Khan Younis, Israeli air strikes killed 7 people at a coffee shop on the beach and in Jabaliya a two-year old girl has been killed. The number of people killed in Gaza in the last two days has now risen to 72. More than two hundred rockets fired from Gaza have hit several areas inside Israel including Hadera and Jerusalem. Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Gaza. Subscribe to our channelhttp://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/

BIV | Real Estate | Western Investor - July 9, 2014: Vancouver luxury home sales soar though not so much for duplexes.



Real Estate and Development

Vancouver luxury home sales soar though not so much for duplexes

Sales for Vancouver homes priced at $1 million or more soared in the first half of ... READ MORE

 

Vancouver home prices on the rise, to increase sharply by the end of the year: Royal LePage

Prices for all home types grew in 2014’s second quarter, according to Royal LePage’s house price survey released July 9, and these prices are ... READ MORE

 

Sticker shock greets developers in B.C.’s north

Lower Mainland real estate developers leveraging for a piece of the potential boom in ... READ MORE

 

Sewers tapped for “green” heat

The City of Richmond, which has received a national engineering award for its innovative energy conservation, plans to tap heat from ... READ MORE

 

More accountability wanted in real estate transactions

Critics are calling on the B.C. government to do a better job of protecting real estate buyers in light of the results of an investigation into ... READ MORE

 

Waterfront enjoys rising tide of interest

Spurred by renewal of its business core and Mark Shieh's makeover of New Westminster Quay as the River Market, New Westminster is ... READ MORE

Peter Mitham

 

Valley land supplies tighten, but major projects strengthen

Stretching southeast from the Port Mann Bridge, the Fraser Valley offers something akin to a field of dreams for ... READ MORE

CMI | Spot Prices as of close of trading in New York -July 9, 2014-.


Spot Prices as of close of trading in New York

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

GOLD

TODAYCHANGEWEEK AGOMONTH AGOYEAR AGO
$1,324.65+$7.80$1,331.25$1,254.05$1,249.10

SILVER

TODAYCHANGEWEEK AGOMONTH AGOYEAR AGO
$21.10+$0.05$21.34$19.10$19.27

PLATINUM

TODAYCHANGEWEEK AGOMONTH AGOYEAR AGO
$1,510.10+$10.40$1,514.20$1,457.40$1,370.50

PALLADIUM

TODAYCHANGEWEEK AGOMONTH AGOYEAR AGO
$876.40+$1.30$859.30$846.00$716.50

GOLD/SILVER RATIO

62.78

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - July 9, 2014: GATA's Ed Steer interviewed by Sprott Money about gold market manipulation

GATA's Ed Steer interviewed by Sprott Money about gold market manipulation

Submitted by cpowell on Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
GATA board member Ed Steer, editor of Ed Steer's Gold & Silver Daily letter, published by Casey Research, was interviewed a few days ago by Sprott Money News about gold market manipulation and the Indian government's plan for back-door intervention in the market. The interview is 4 1/2 minutes long and can be heard at the Sprott Money Internet site here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.


YouTube | Al Jazeera English - July 9, 2014: Understanding today's suicide bomber -- Highlight and Uk tests cooling to reduce baby brain damage.



Al Jazeera English has uploaded Understanding today's suicide bomber -- Highlight and UK tests cooling to reduce baby brain damage



Understanding today's suicide bomber -- Highlight
Al Jazeera English


UK tests cooling to reduce baby brain damage
Al Jazeera English

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCHES - July 9, 2014: Rule, Leeb tell KWN that commodity run has far to go | Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.


Rule, Leeb tell KWN that commodity run has far to go

Submitted by cpowell on  Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
 Wednesday, July 9, 2014
At King World News, Sprott Asset Management's Rick Rule explains why he still has great faith in a commodities boom.
"Four billion people worldwide are becoming fairly rapidly more rich, albeit from a low basis," Rule says. "They aspire to the same standard of living you and I have, and that's a material standard of living. This idea that the secular bull market in raw materials has somehow run its course is preposterous because it ignores mathematics and demographics, and you have to travel to see that."
Rule's interview is excerpted at the KWN blog here:
Also at KWN, fund manager Stephen Leeb explains why he thinks China will be driving gold, silver, and oil prices much higher:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.


Meet the new boss, same as the old boss


Submitted by cpowell on  Wednesday, July 9, 2014. 
Joint Thomson Reuters/CME Bid in Lead for Silver Fix
By Neil Hume and Xan Rice
Financial Times, London
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
A joint proposal by Thomson Reuters, the data and news service, and exchange operator CME Group has emerged as the frontrunner to provide a new global silver price benchmark when the 117-year old London silver fix is disbanded in August.
However, it faces a last-minute challenge from the London Metal Exchange that has joined forces with Autilla, a technology provider, to table a revised bid.


NYT | Afternoon Update - July 9, 2014: Israel and Hamas Exchange Fire

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Afternoon Update

Wednesday, July 9, 2014



Top News
Mourners carried the bodies of a man who was a member of the Fatah movement and his six sons, all of whom were killed in an Israeli airstrike, during a funeral in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday.
Israel and Hamas Exchange Fire

By STEVEN ERLANGER and ISABEL KERSHNER

The conflict showed no signs of letting up, as rockets continued to fall over central Israel and the Israeli military carried out more airstrikes in Gaza.
. Air Sirens Puncture Life in Affluent Tel Aviv Suburbs
An Iron Dome antimissile system in Tel Aviv fired  to intercept a rocket from the Gaza Strip on Wednesday.
Israel vs. Gaza: For Now, It's Rockets vs. Interceptors

By STEVEN ERLANGER

In some ways, the latest battle is between the increased sophistication of rockets fired by militants in Gaza and Israel's Iron Dome defense system.
C. Ray Nagin, the former mayor of New Orleans, left court after being sentenced on Wednesday.
Ray Nagin, Former New Orleans Mayor, Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison

By ALLEN M. JOHNSON Jr. and CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

The prison sentence for C. Ray Nagin was less than the recommended 15 years, but the judge said that the evidence failed to show that Mr. Nagin had organized or had been a leader of a corruption scheme.
N.S.A. Records Detail Surveillance of American Muslim Leaders

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

The National Security Agency documents, leaked by Edward J. Snowden, aroused anger among Muslim civil rights groups, which said there was no basis for the spying.
. Snowden Asks Russia to Extend Asylum

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Dakota Smith traveled to Philadelphia from Virginia to have her epileptic seizures treated while a series of tests were run.

HEALTH

Probing Brain's Depth, Trying to Aid Memory

By BENEDICT CAREY

The Department of Defense announced a $40 million investment in direct brain recording. The aim is to develop new, memory-aiding treatments for traumatic brain injury, the signature wound of the wars in Iraq and in Afghanistan.

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Fed, Confident in Economy, Details End of Bond-Buying Program

By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM

Minutes of the Federal Reserve's June meeting show that policy makers expect to end the stimulus program in October provided the economy continues to grow.
An American Apparel factory and outlet store in Los Angeles.
American Apparel and Investors in Reported Deal on Retailer's Future

By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

The company is to remake its board and to keep its manufacturing in the United States.
Antoinette Newell of Schenectady, N.Y., and Dr. Barry Lindenberg have seen a sudden rise in the cost of digoxin for her heart.

PAYING TILL IT HURTS

Rapid Price Increases for Some Generic Drugs Catch Users by Surprise

By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL

In recent years, generic drugs have saved the health care system billions, but increasingly the costs of some generics are going the other way.
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