Rob Hosking at NBR asks What’s Left for Little’s Labour?
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The path of the most recent ten years in what is now a 100-year history of the party is less illustrious.
Nabors Industries Ltd. (NYSE: NBR) reported first-quarter 2016 results after markets closed Monday. For the quarter, the oilfield services company reported an adjusted diluted net loss per share of $1.41 on revenues of $430.8 million. 372 more words
Any time a commodity-based sector sees a huge fall in the price of the commodities that are the core of its sector, one thing is sure to happen. 781 more words
Again Labour have launched policy proposals without any apparent plan to manage the publicity nor the reaction.
The Universal Basic Income idea is worth discussing (this doesn’t necessarily mean it’s worth implementing) but Labour seemed to quickly lose control of the narrative, with focus on the Gareth Morgan suggested $211 per week level of payment and the overall potential cost. 458 more words
It happens every year, and 2016 won’t be any different. Larger companies looking to add to growth in addition to that of the organic or internal variety scan the field for purchases and acquisitions that are easy to bolt on and could add returns in a timely fashion. 709 more words