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Old 04-26-2012, 09:20 AM
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Going with DOWN on Thursday,

gl,

baz

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Economic Reports:
Initial Claims...................388,000 (four-week moving average highest since Jan 7th)
Continuing Claims..............3,315,000
Pending Home Sales 10:00am(Eastern)

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Federal Reserve, following a two-day policy meeting, said Wednesday it
would stick with its plan to keep its key short-term interest rate near zero.
the U.S. Federal Reserve predicted moderate growth for the world's No. 1 economy.
It looks like the Fed will keep "exceptionally low" funds rate "through late 2014.

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There are at least 81 public companies under investigation by the Securities
and Exchange Commission or the Department of Justice for running afoul of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Ouch!
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"On Wednesday, April 18th, the NBPA Executive Committee cast an 8-to-0 vote that it lost confidence
in Derek Fisher's ability to act as Union President and requested Derek's resignation," the statement read.
"The Executive Committee based its decision on numerous instances over the past six months where
Fisher engaged in conduct detrimental to the union, including acting in contravention of the players' best interests."

Derek Fisher has been asking for an independent review of practices
and financial dealings of Billy Hunter and the Players Association.

% of all union disbursements to employees and officers between 2006-2011
Billy Hunter 46% ($13,361,183)
All Other Union Employees 54% ($15,796,762)

I think the above numbers pretty much sum it up.
Exactly who is really looking after the players best interests.
Suspect that when the dust clears, Hunter will be on his way out.


NBPA executive director Billy Hunter sought union investment for bank with ties to son - Yahoo! Sports

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BostonGambler,

We managed to get it right yesterday,
thanks for stopping by.
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