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4 Oilfield Services Stocks to Buy as Oil Price Skyrockets

For the bulls in the energy sector, it must seem like sweet revenge. When the price of oil hovered in the mid $20s in January of 2016, some of the bears on Wall Street said the selling wasn’t close to over, and it was going even lower. 943 more words

Energy Business

Yes you are allowed to be mean, malicious and infantile — Kiwiblog

Radio NZ reports: The Press Council has not upheld a complaint against a column by Sir Bob Jones calling for a ‘Māori Gratitude Day’, despite calling it “mean, malicious and infantile”.

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Global Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (NBR)Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Product Type and Application, Forecast to 2025

Worldwide Market Reports added Latest Research Report titled “Global Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (NBR)Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Product Type and Application, Forecast to 2025” to its Large Report database. 562 more words


RNZ Mediawatch: All change at NBR?


RNZ Mediawatch

Once a behind-the-scenes boss, National Business Review owner Todd Scott has been front-and-centre lately – culling contributors, taking on ad agencies and clashing with other journalists including his own.

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5 Stocks Trading Under $10 That Have Massive Upside Potential

While Most of Wall Street focuses on large and mega-cap stocks, as they provide a degree of safety and liquidity, many investors are limited in the number of shares they can buy, as many of the biggest companies, especially the technology giants, trade in the low to mid-hundreds per share — all the way up to over $1,000. 917 more words


The gender politics are coming

There is a spectre haunting New Zealand men. The spectre of a #MeToo witchhunt, which is what happens when women act like witches, which isn’t sexist, it’s just a historic fact that women used to get together with their broomsticks and steal penises. 852 more words

Sex And Gender

5 Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy That Are Best Market Values

While the market has rallied from the lows in early February, it is still trading well below the all-time highs printed in January. You combine the market pullback with earnings growth that is rising, and forward price-to-earnings ratios have fallen considerably. 1,078 more words