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Bersedie dgn new wave global financial crisis!!

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Author: k4zi       Show all posts   Read mode

Post time 8-8-2011 11:54 AM | Show all posts
Reply  pengecatbintang

nak hold pon hati2 ye takut da peak...hehehhehehe.....

bak kate warren ...
k4zi Post at 8-8-2011 11:47


Thanks 4 the reminder
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Post time 8-8-2011 12:00 PM | Show all posts
Reply 80# k4zi


    xlah aku dh lama tinggalkan construction nie, dh smbg bljr pun xlama lgi bakal jdi civil servant cikgu lak (inysa Allah)
yg kurang projek kontraktor kelas F, mcm kelas lain still jalan lagi (abg aku kontraktor buat projek uitm kt sabah), sorg lgi abg aku jurutera pun ada projek gak last buat kem tentera kt mersing dh habis, pastu smbg kem tentera gemas lak, nie pas raya projek lain lak...
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Post time 8-8-2011 12:03 PM | Show all posts
naper semua sibuk promosi beli emas, adakah nak bawa emas tu seketul gie pasar k?... jika gadai buka ...
B.K Post at 8-8-2011 11:46


OK Sir
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Post time 8-8-2011 12:05 PM | Show all posts
Reply  nasha82

company jepun ke...kalo company jepun mmg prob skit....
k4zi Post at 8-8-2011 11:31


company US.... huhuhu.. takut jgk..tetiba plak annouce nk kurangkan staff..tak ke naya namanyer...
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Post time 8-8-2011 12:09 PM | Show all posts
OK Sir
pengecatbintang Post at 8-8-2011 12:03



    dah lma aku x nmpk pengecatbintang nie muncul...
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Post time 8-8-2011 12:22 PM | Show all posts
Thanks for the info..

Baby..

This time is really different..

All hell will breaks loose ...
pengecatbintang Post at 8-8-2011 11:44


lepas nih kena berkebun, menternak larrr.... kena belajar dekat farmville..hehehe
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Post time 8-8-2011 12:37 PM | Show all posts
dah lma aku x nmpk pengecatbintang nie muncul...
B.K Post at 8-8-2011 12:09


Busy ler.. Banyak lagi bintang yg lum di cat..

Raya kan dah nak dekat..

Ha ha
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Post time 8-8-2011 12:40 PM | Show all posts
lepas nih kena berkebun, menternak larrr.... kena belajar dekat farmville..hehehe
nasha82 Post at 8-8-2011 12:22


Wokeh.. Bila ko da expert.. Jadi syifu aku lak..

Ha ha
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Post time 8-8-2011 01:20 PM | Show all posts
Aku suker cara dan stail ko pengecatbintang.......ilmu penuh di dada tetapi tak suker berkonflik dan tawadhu.
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 Author| Post time 8-8-2011 01:31 PM | Show all posts
Reply 84# nasha82
kalo us lg la teruk...hahaha
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Post time 8-8-2011 01:34 PM | Show all posts
pada aku emas ini sbg altenatif ketika musibah melanda  spt perang, gempa dll yg mana bank musnah, sistem rangkaian komputer/telekomunikasi musnah etc. boleh jadi ketika ini mereka yg hidup akan mencuri emas milik org meninggal tak kira sama ada yg meninggal menyimpan byk emas kononnya persediaan depa menghadapi malapetaka
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Post time 8-8-2011 01:37 PM | Show all posts
Reply  nasha82
kalo us lg la teruk...hahaha
k4zi Post at 8-8-2011 13:31


memang terukkkk...
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Post time 8-8-2011 02:17 PM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by amirul_nazri at 8-8-2011 14:20

Nilai emas yg korunk duk forecast sharp rise and whatsoever is "on paper" ajer...

bila materialized, tukar jadi cash yg valuenya increased berbanding initial capital, but then di telan balik inflation and again and again, mengharapkan gold yg "on paper" td kembali appreciates higher...

so, gold...selagi mekanismenya yg  berfungsi sbb investment vehicle, selagi itu gold bebenornya takder value..

Quote la mana2 sources dr bloomberg, reuters..fakta2 mereka adalah 50% gebang belako, menipu dan selalu trap traders

kecuali macam yg aku quote recently, gold jd medium transaction secara direct..baru true reflectionnya akan terserlah which is maybe bila nak jadi tak tau la bilo

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Post time 8-8-2011 02:20 PM | Show all posts
Aku suker cara dan stail ko pengecatbintang.......ilmu penuh di dada tetapi tak suker berkonflik dan ...
tarabas1976 Post at 8-8-2011 13:20


Ha ha..

Nggak apa2 tu kok..

Masing2 punya diri.. Masing2 punya keputusan..

Berani buat berani hadapi apa kesannya..

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion..

X semestinya saya btol.. X semestinya org lain salah

Ha ha..

Anyway.. Tarabas pun apa kurangnya.. Ilmu banyak di dada gak..
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Post time 8-8-2011 02:21 PM | Show all posts
nasib baik aku keje dgn jerman company .. so far tkde lg news utk downsize atau reduce employee package atau benefits.
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Post time 8-8-2011 02:38 PM | Show all posts
nasib baik aku keje dgn jerman company .. so far tkde lg news utk downsize atau reduce e ...
arwien Post at 8-8-2011 14:21


Setau aku
   
La ni.. Jerman adalah negara yg paling kukuh dr segi ekonomi..

Depa akan kekurangan 2 juta tenaga keje muda.. Kalo x siap aku ler..
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Post time 8-8-2011 04:33 PM | Show all posts
selagi emas tuh dijadikan tool utk investment, selagi tu lah terdedah kepada spekulasi dan sebagainya... berisiko jugak lah...

tapi, kalau stakat pakai barang kemas, bukan digunakan utk invest/trading/pajak watever, okay lagi arr.. cuma jaga2 jgn kena ragut sudey..
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 Author| Post time 8-8-2011 05:03 PM | Show all posts
Reply 96# pengecatbintang


    tngk la...jermen yng pegang euro....kite pon nampak angela merkel yng kasi kate putus sume solution euro crisi yng dieong boncangkan.....

so.....jermen xbole problem...once problem...satu euro hancus!!!
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Post time 8-8-2011 05:30 PM | Show all posts
Reply 88# pengecatbintang

nk jadi anak murid kena register dl...
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 Author| Post time 8-8-2011 07:11 PM | Show all posts
Asia Would Be Hit Harder by a Second Global Crisis: S&P

A new global financial crisis would hit Asia harder than the last one, especially nations heavily exposed to offshore markets or still repairing budgets from the 2008-2009 crisis, credit ratings agency Standard and Poor's said on Monday.



The agency, which incurred Washington's wrath at the weekend by cutting its AAA rating by a notch to AA+, said it was not predicting a rerun of the credit crisis that crippled markets and tipped the world economy into recession three years ago.


But it warned of more sovereign downgrades in Asia next time around, if its assumptions turned out to be wrong.


"If a renewed slowdown comes, it would likely create a deeper and more prolonged impact than the last one," S&P said in a statement.


"The implications for sovereign creditworthiness in Asia-Pacific would likely be more negative than previously experienced, and a larger number of negative rating actions would follow. We wait to see."


S&P said it assumed Europe's debt crisis and Washington's debt problems were unlikely to lead to "abrupt dislocations" in the financial systems and economies of major developed nations.


On that basis, it added, its historic downgrade of the U.S. credit rating would have no immediate knock-on impact on sovereign borrowers in the Asia-Pacific.


It cited the Asia Pacific region's sound domestic demand, relatively healthy corporate and household sectors, plentiful external liquidity and high savings rates -- though it listed New Zealand, Japan and Vietnam as exceptions to this.


The S&P statement took on a much darker tone when considering the possibility that its assumptions were too rosy, noting that Asia still relied heavily on exports to the West.


"Given the interconnectivity of the global markets, an unexpectedly sharp disruption in developed-world financial markets could change the picture," it said, noting that the U.S. and European economies could again contract or stagnate.


"In this scenario, the experience of the global financial crisis of 2008-2009 shows that export-dependent economies with large exposures to the U.S. and/or Europe would feel the most pronounced economic impacts," S&P said.


"It's not likely things would be very different this time."


The agency listed those countries particularly vulnerable to disruptions in offshore capital markets as Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Indonesia.


It also said several nations, again including New Zealand, were also still repairing their government finances and could be more constrained in responding to a fresh global crisis.


"The adverse impact on Asia Pacific in that scenario would likely require governments to use their balance sheets to support their economies and financial sectors once again," S&P said.


"And in our opinion, most governments would promptly oblige. But some of them continue to bear the scars of the recent downturn -- the fiscal capacities of Japan, India, Malaysia, Taiwan and New Zealand have shrunk relative to pre-2008 levels."

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