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HJBCMore long term economic outlook Warren Buffett uses unleveraged net tangible assets to determine the long-term financial prospects of a business. His logic is simple: making money without requiring a lot of capital is a better business. It costs money. I want to make money, but I want to spend as little money as possible. I wonder why Warren Buffett spent $44 billion to buy the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad (BNSF) in 2009. Railways require a lot of capital investment to grow. He explained the acquisition in his 2020 letter to shareholders, making it clear that asset-heavy businesses can…

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry ‘want people to believe’ in Netflix teaserBody language experts have revealed the truth about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in the Netflix documentary series.Adrian Carter of Face Whisperer told The Daily Star that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are venting anger and lack of confidence as they speak to the cameras in the 1:13 teaser.”[Harry is seen] “I have to protect my family,” he shook his head.”I think the shaking of his head shows he had to because he didn’t feel the ‘system’ was protecting his family.”He’s also showing signs of anger, as he says…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — G7 countries and Australia joined the European Union on Friday, adopting a $60 per barrel price cap for Russian oil.This is an important step as Western sanctions aim to reshape global oil markets. To prevent price spikes and deplete President Vladimir Putin’s war funds in Ukraine.Europe had to set discounted prices paid by other countries by Monday And the ban on insurance against those goods comes into effect. Price Cap Led by G-7 Wealthy Democratsaimed at preventing a sudden loss of Russian oil to the world that could lead to new high energy prices And more fuel…

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Less than a month ago, the midterm elections ended in the United States. But as one election season ends, another begins, and the presidential candidate will set his sights on the Oval Office in his November 2024. His one such candidate is former President Donald Trump. Trump, the 45th president of the United States, who lost to Joe Biden in the November 2020 election, announced his bid to be re-elected to America’s top office on November 15.voters it’s long Trump’s previous victory in 2016 and his base of support give him a good chance of winning the Republican nomination before…

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Tehran: Iran’s Attorney General said parliament, judiciary and top cultural bodies are investigating the issue of compulsory headscarves and results are expected to be announced within 15 days. Speaking on Thursday, Mohammad Jafar Montazeri said consultations were ongoing between parliament, the judiciary and the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution, with the judiciary in the process of drafting a bill. “We are working swiftly on the headscarf issue and doing our best to develop sensible solutions to address this traumatic phenomenon for all. Iran has been rocked by widespread protests in recent months, sparked by the death of 22-year-old Masa…

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The “policy of increasing tensions to reduce tensions” is the wrong policy that the United States normally employs against Iran. Such policies usually lead to third party casualties without American victory. This wrong policy is clearly visible in Syria, Afghanistan and Ukraine. transatlantic policy Negotiations were underway between Iran, a European trio (France, UK, Germany or E3), Russia and China to revive the 2015 nuclear deal. But negotiations stalled after the United States showed no serious willingness to put her agreement, formally known as the JCPOA, on the right track. Amid the stalemate, the US and the E3 provoked a…

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In a phone call on Friday, Iran’s top diplomat and UN Secretary-General António Guterres addressed a range of issues.Amira Bdrahian outlined Iran’s principled views on the development of the Ukraine war, noting that the root cause of the conflict was NATO’s flawed eastern expansion policy.He also dismissed as baseless allegations that Iran had sent weapons to Russia for use in the Ukraine conflict, and that such allegations were intended to justify the Western supply of arms to Ukraine. emphasized that there isThe foreign minister said those leveling such accusations against Iran were responsible for the outbreak and continuation of the…

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Comments on this storycommentPALMDALE, Calif. — The Department of Defense and defense contractor Northrop Grumman unveiled the U.S. Army’s Bomber of the Future on Friday, which has been kept secret for years and will serve as the backbone of the Air Force’s combat operations for decades to come. We’ve shown you an aircraft set up to work.The B-21 Raider, with its distinctive batwing shape, was pulled forward from the hangar in blue light as film music played and Northrop Grumman employees cheered.The ceremony was held at the company’s facility at Air Force Plant 42, a heavily guarded government-owned manufacturing facility…

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Infowars host Alex Jones He filed for personal bankruptcy protection in Texas on Friday, citing debts that include about $1.5 billion ordered to be paid to a family that sued him over his conspiracy theory about the Sandy Hook school massacre.Jones has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Houston. His filings listed $1 billion to he has $10 billion in liabilities and his $1 million to he has $10 million in assets.Jones confirmed the allegations on his Infowars broadcast, saying the incident would prove he was bankrupt and asked viewers to shop on his website to keep the show…

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The Duke of Sussex is inclined to ‘take risks’ when it comes to potentially controversial claims in his highly anticipated book that could turn into a legal nightmare, he says. The memoir-writing expert argued. Rutger Bruining, founder and CEO of international biography writing service StoryTerrace, explained that there are always “trade-offs” when writing a memoir, and Prince Harry said he wanted to be published. We believe we were able to make a decision to protect him with the assistance of our Penguin Random House legal team. It makes the book less interesting.Asked if Duke could run into legal trouble for…

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