Get ready to trade some paint! Sunday afternoon we'll bring you live coverage of the STP 500 from Martinsville Speedway, and you can expect some bumping, banging and more than a few unexpected twists and turns on the wild half-mile track. Joey...Show More Summary
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By Anjuli Davies and John Geddie LONDON(Reuters) - Investment banks feeling the pinch from increased regulation since the financial crisis could reap an earnings reward from a boost in trading activity under the European Central Bank's (ECB) trillion-euro quantitative easing (QE) program. Show More Summary
Nathan Jessop is an analyst at Elliptic, a full-service Bitcoin custodian for investment funds and trading houses. Since 2008, bitcoin adoption has been influenced by a diverse range of factors that have made it one of the most volatile currencies in the world. Show More Summary
Quarterback Marcus Mariota is in the hot seat, but not for a bad reason. He’s currently the subject of numerous NFL rumors, and there are apparently a number of teams looking at having the young man be their quarterback of the future. Show More Summary
Running back Adrian Peterson has been one of the hottest topics of conversation this NFL offseason, and the strangest because he is still under contract with the Minnesota Vikings. Many have heard rumors that the Dallas Cowboys are hoping for a trade, but some think they’re out of the mix. Show More Summary
Recently I exchanged cards with a brand new trading partner, Mark of Battlin' Bucs. I've been enjoying his blog for a while now, so when I realized I had quite a few Pirates cards occupying space in my trade box I looked him up. I'mShow More Summary
Since the trade on December 19, Corey Brewer and the Houston Rockets have been a match made in heaven. Kevin McHale drafted the 6'9" forward back in his executive days with the Minnesota Timberwolves, so the Rockets knew what they were getting. Show More Summary
Enes Kanter is not a friend of the Utah Jazz. He demanded a trade this season after poor play and dwindling minutes and, just before returning to Salt Lake City as a member of the Thunder, did not hide his disdain for his old team. So,...Show More Summary
“I don’t know how else you would cap off a career like mine in a better way.”
Fourth-year center Enes Kanter has looked like a different player since landing with the Oklahoma City Thunder at the trade deadline. Apparently, he feels like a different one, too. Speaking with reporters in advance of Sunday's matchup...Show More Summary
Since joining the Thunder at the trade deadline, Enes Kanter has been very good offensively and on the glass. To hear Kanter tell it, the biggest reason he is playing so much better is because he was miserable in Salt Lake City. Via Daily Thunder : Read more...
The Seahawks quarterback is a jack of all trades.
After hitting the reset button in the summer of 2013, the Utah Jazz are already on the verge of coming out of their rebuild. With a smart move or two, another lottery pick (used or traded) and more internal development, they could be contending for a postseason berth, even in the NBA's loaded Western Conference. It's not as crazy as it sounds. Show More Summary
Curious why investors are bailing out of the market, or rather "market" - which trades a few basis points away from its all time highs on nothing but central-bank liquidity and multiple expansion fumes - at a pace unseen since 2009?Show More Summary
The company’s highly valuable assets are trading at a significant discount. Subsequent oil price rise makes this stock a home run.
With recent revelations of about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (‘TPP’)–it would allow corporations to sue governments through tribunals in order to overturn domestic laws–it’s interesting that most of the coverage of opposition to the TPP has focused on the … Continue reading ?
``Under the agreement, corporations may challenge foreign government's laws and regulations if they interfere with "distinct, reasonable investment-backed expectations", and they can do so before tribunals under the World Bank or the United Nations. Show More Summary