f-h Oni BW sb & Friends-TTT, Dienstach 25.01.05

Seite 3 von 14
neuester Beitrag: 24.04.21 23:05
eröffnet am: 25.01.05 03:16 von: first-henri Anzahl Beiträge: 335
neuester Beitrag: 24.04.21 23:05 von: Heikezgwma Leser gesamt: 15963
davon Heute: 6
bewertet mit 3 Sternen

Seite: Zurück 1 | 2 |
| 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | ... | 14  Weiter  

25.01.05 10:48

2646 Postings, 6819 Tage nemthoTickticktick 4213 zum Zehnten...

Gehts durch oder nicht? Halte noch Long.  

25.01.05 10:58

12234 Postings, 7373 Tage GeselleIch suche immernoch die Meldung

die für den Anstieg der Futures zuständig ist. Kann allerdings nichts finden. Heute morgen hab ich im Radio gehört, dass G.W.Bush mal wieder für seinen Krieg eine Finanzspritze von 80 Mrd. Dollar braucht. Will er heute beantragen. Ob das den Future-markt so beflügelt hat? Hab da etwas meine Zweifel.

Oder ist es der steigende bzw. hohe Ölpreis? Vielleicht auch, weil der Euro stabil bei 1,30 bleibt??? Kann mir mal jemand helfen??? Übersehe ich da was????? Kommt mir aber jetzt bitte nicht mit Technik ;-)

Beste Grüße vom Gesellen     ...be happy and smile

 

25.01.05 11:00

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufallso meine longs sind raus! o. T.

25.01.05 11:03

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufall@geselle reiner zufall*g* o. T.

25.01.05 11:03

12234 Postings, 7373 Tage GeselleHier übrigens die Meldung zu den 80 Mrd.

Bush to Seek About $80 Bln for Military OperationsMon Jan 24, 2005 11:32 PM ET

<!-- article utilities box begins -->

Printer Friendly | Email Article | Reprints | RSS  <!-- pagination -->(Page 1 of 2)  
<!-- article utilities box ends --><!-- article specifics box begins -->
<!-- article images begins -->
<!-- article images end --><!-- top news headlines begins -->
Top News
Bush to Seek About $80 Bln for Military Operations
Top Al Qaeda Suspect in U.S. Hands --Pakistan Official
Pentagon Moves Into Overseas Spy Operations
MORE
<!-- top news headlines ends -->
<!-- article specifics box ends --><!-- article text begins -->By Adam Entous

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration is seeking about $80 billion in new funding for military operations this year in Iraq and Afghanistan, pushing the total for both conflicts to almost $300 billion so far.

Administration and congressional officials said the new request, expected to be announced on Tuesday, would come on top of the $25 billion in emergency spending already approved for this fiscal year.

That means funding for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan will total nearly $105 billion in fiscal 2005 alone -- a record that shatters initial estimates of the cost.

In addition to money for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and for new Army equipment, up to $650 million is expected to be earmarked for humanitarian, reconstruction and military operations in Asian nations devastated by last month's tsunami, congressional aides said. The administration is considering debt relief for Indonesia, the hardest-hit country, they said.

The funding request comes as the U.S. Army said it is now planning to keep at least 120,000 troops in Iraq for the next two years to train and fight alongside Iraqi forces against insurgents. The Army total is part of a force of 150,000 American soldiers, Marines and other troops now in Iraq.

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California said it was Congress' "highest responsibility" to provide the troops the support they need. But she said lawmakers "owe it to them to critically examine President Bush's request."

John Pike, a defense analyst with GlobalSecurity.org, said the Pentagon might need even more money this year "because we just don't know the rate at which the insurgency will grow or subside, and we don't know the rate at which the Iraqi security forces can be stood up."

The funding request is expected to be formally submitted to Congress after President Bush sends up his fiscal 2006 budget on Feb. 7.

BRACING FOR A BACKLASH

The White House is bracing for a backlash from Democrats and some Republicans. At nearly $105 billion, total funding for military operations in 2005 would be more than 13 times larger than Bush's budget for the Environmental Protection Agency.

In addition to money for military operations, at least $780 million would go to combat the drug trade in Afghanistan.    Continued ... <!-- article text ends -->

<!-- fat ad begins -->
advertisement<!-- start ad tag -->
< script language=JavaScript1.1 src="http://ad.doubleclick.net/adj/reuters.com.dart/news/top/article;type=SkyScraper;articleID=7416921;ptile=2;sz=120x600;seg1=41F5B857;ord=249?">< /script>Click here to find out more!< script>if ((!document.images && navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Mozilla/2.") >= 0) || navigator.userAgent.indexOf("WebTV") >= 0) { document.write('');document.write(''); }< /script>
<!-- end ad tag -->
<!-- fat ad ends -->Bush to Seek About $80 Bln for Military OperationsMon Jan 24, 2005 11:32 PM ET <!-- article utilities box begins -->
Printer Friendly | Email Article | Reprints | RSS  <!-- pagination -->(Page 2 of 2)  
<!-- article utilities box ends --><!-- article specifics box begins -->
<!-- article images begins -->
<!-- article images end --><!-- top news headlines begins -->
Top News
Bush to Seek About $80 Bln for Military Operations
Top Al Qaeda Suspect in U.S. Hands --Pakistan Official
Pentagon Moves Into Overseas Spy Operations
MORE
<!-- top news headlines ends -->
<!-- article specifics box ends --><!-- article text begins -->The administration is also considering including $1 billion to $2 billion to construct a new U.S. embassy complex in Baghdad, and up to $200 million in aid for the Palestinians to shore up newly-elected President Mahmoud Abbas.

Aid for Ukraine may also be included to bolster new President Viktor Yushchenko, congressional aides said.

Bush has so far pledged $350 million in tsunami aid. The new package is expected to include up to $650 million, including $250 million to $350 million for reconstruction, and up to $300 million to replenish funds spent by the U.S. Agency for International Development and the Pentagon.

Administration and congressional officials had initially expected this year's supplemental spending to total closer to $50 billion. But cost estimates skyrocketed to as much as $100 billion as the Iraq insurgency intensified.

Critics have long accused Bush and his advisers of understating the costs. Before the invasion, then-budget director Mitch Daniels predicted Iraq would be "an affordable endeavor," and Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz assured Congress: "We are dealing with a country that can really finance its own reconstruction and relatively soon."

Not including the new funding request, Congress has so far approved $120 billion for Iraq and another $60 billion for Afghanistan. Last year it also approved a $25 billion contingency fund for the Pentagon.

Yet only a fraction of the $18.4 billion set aside for rebuilding Iraq has been spent. The White House blames the insurgency for the slow pace of reconstruction.

(Additional reporting by Steve Holland and Anna Willard) <!-- article text ends -->


< script>               var year = new Date()               document.write('© Reuters ' + year.getFullYear() + ". All Rights Reserved." );               < /script>© Reuters 2005. All Rights Reserved.

Quelle: http://www.reuters.com/...CRBAELCFFA?type=topNews&storyID=7416921

Beste Grüße vom Gesellen     ...be happy and smile

 

25.01.05 11:05

25951 Postings, 7894 Tage PichelTeilVK DB0NHB 0,99 (KK 0,983)

...be happy and smile

Gruß Pichel

 

25.01.05 11:05

12234 Postings, 7373 Tage Geselle@reiner, dachte mir schon dass Du wieder

die Finger im Spiel hast *ggg*

@all, zu dem vorherigen posting, bitte einfach folgenden link anklicken, dann klappt es auch mit dem lesen ;-) http://www.reuters.com/...CRBAELCFFA?type=topNews&storyID=7416921 

Beste Grüße vom Gesellen     ...be happy and smile

 

25.01.05 11:05

5854 Postings, 6864 Tage anjafhm, bei 4203 long mit Ziel 4225?

denke könnte man riskieren.
Ich persönliche warte aber auf Shorteinstieg.

ciao  

25.01.05 11:06

8298 Postings, 7882 Tage MaxGreenSortiert

Bush to Seek About $80 Bln for Military Operations
Mon Jan 24, 2005 11:32 PM ET


By Adam Entous
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration is seeking about $80 billion in new funding for military operations this year in Iraq and Afghanistan, pushing the total for both conflicts to almost $300 billion so far.

Administration and congressional officials said the new request, expected to be announced on Tuesday, would come on top of the $25 billion in emergency spending already approved for this fiscal year.

That means funding for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan will total nearly $105 billion in fiscal 2005 alone -- a record that shatters initial estimates of the cost.

In addition to money for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and for new Army equipment, up to $650 million is expected to be earmarked for humanitarian, reconstruction and military operations in Asian nations devastated by last month's tsunami, congressional aides said. The administration is considering debt relief for Indonesia, the hardest-hit country, they said.

The funding request comes as the U.S. Army said it is now planning to keep at least 120,000 troops in Iraq for the next two years to train and fight alongside Iraqi forces against insurgents. The Army total is part of a force of 150,000 American soldiers, Marines and other troops now in Iraq.

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California said it was Congress' "highest responsibility" to provide the troops the support they need. But she said lawmakers "owe it to them to critically examine President Bush's request."

John Pike, a defense analyst with GlobalSecurity.org, said the Pentagon might need even more money this year "because we just don't know the rate at which the insurgency will grow or subside, and we don't know the rate at which the Iraqi security forces can be stood up."

The funding request is expected to be formally submitted to Congress after President Bush sends up his fiscal 2006 budget on Feb. 7.

BRACING FOR A BACKLASH

The White House is bracing for a backlash from Democrats and some Republicans. At nearly $105 billion, total funding for military operations in 2005 would be more than 13 times larger than Bush's budget for the Environmental Protection Agency.

In addition to money for military operations, at least $780 million would go to combat the drug trade in Afghanistan.

The administration is also considering including $1 billion to $2 billion to construct a new U.S. embassy complex in Baghdad, and up to $200 million in aid for the Palestinians to shore up newly-elected President Mahmoud Abbas.

Aid for Ukraine may also be included to bolster new President Viktor Yushchenko, congressional aides said.

Bush has so far pledged $350 million in tsunami aid. The new package is expected to include up to $650 million, including $250 million to $350 million for reconstruction, and up to $300 million to replenish funds spent by the U.S. Agency for International Development and the Pentagon.

Administration and congressional officials had initially expected this year's supplemental spending to total closer to $50 billion. But cost estimates skyrocketed to as much as $100 billion as the Iraq insurgency intensified.

Critics have long accused Bush and his advisers of understating the costs. Before the invasion, then-budget director Mitch Daniels predicted Iraq would be "an affordable endeavor," and Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz assured Congress: "We are dealing with a country that can really finance its own reconstruction and relatively soon."

Not including the new funding request, Congress has so far approved $120 billion for Iraq and another $60 billion for Afghanistan. Last year it also approved a $25 billion contingency fund for the Pentagon.

Yet only a fraction of the $18.4 billion set aside for rebuilding Iraq has been spent. The White House blames the insurgency for the slow pace of reconstruction.


(Additional reporting by Steve Holland and Anna Willard)

 

25.01.05 11:09

10665 Postings, 6829 Tage lumpensammler@Geselle

Du mußt dir nur vorstellen, wer um diese Uhrzeit die Futures handelt, das sind im Wesentlichen die bullischen Europäer, und da allen voran die Deutschen. Die müssen schließlich einen Grund haben für ihre Anstiege und sich etwas Polster verschaffen, wenn die Amis weiter fallen.  

25.01.05 11:09

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufalleinen respektvollen ,guten morgen , anjaf! o. T.

25.01.05 11:11

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufall@anjaf BM! o. T.

25.01.05 11:12

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufallthanx anjaf! o. T.

25.01.05 11:14

5854 Postings, 6864 Tage anjafguten Morgen Reinerzufall

was verschafft mir die Ehre?

ciao  

25.01.05 11:15

12234 Postings, 7373 Tage Geselle@Max, danke!!!

@lumpi, ist mir schon klar ;-) aber heute übertreiben sie *ggg*

Beste Grüße vom Gesellen     ...be happy and smile

 

25.01.05 11:15

25951 Postings, 7894 Tage Pichelmal was ganz anderes:

ABN0B3 KK 1,40  ;-)


...be happy and smile

Gruß Pichel

 

25.01.05 11:17

6164 Postings, 7197 Tage albertomoin jungs!

heute etwas später...

@anjaf bei 4225 in shorts, was meinst du? müssten aber dann strikt mit dem sl sein...  

25.01.05 11:22

5854 Postings, 6864 Tage anjafmoin alberto

yepp, dort habe ich mein erstes Kauflimit.
Das zweite liegt bei 4245.
Falls wir das erreichen, Sl bei 4260

ciao  

25.01.05 11:25

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufall´4225 hat eine wahrsheinlichkeit von knapp 50 % o. T.

25.01.05 11:25

6164 Postings, 7197 Tage albertoups so hoch o. T.

25.01.05 11:30

2646 Postings, 6819 Tage nemthoDas wären 20 Punkte Long zur Mitnahme ... o. T.

25.01.05 11:31

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufallwie beim roullette *gg* o. T.

25.01.05 11:31

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufall18/37 o. T.

25.01.05 11:32

10203 Postings, 7289 Tage Reinerzufallzero spiel! rien ne va plus o. T.

25.01.05 11:32

25951 Postings, 7894 Tage Pichelsorry Leute, es gibt gleich nen VKSignal im 15er

...be happy and smile

Gruß Pichel

 

Seite: Zurück 1 | 2 |
| 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | ... | 14  Weiter  
   Antwort einfügen - nach oben