I wonder where would the stock prices be right now if quantitative easing measures were not imposed.
Central banks of US, Japan, EU, UK and Canada are set to spend 6,1 trilion USD on buying assets in an open market to provide liquidity and keep the markets roling. US Fed is spending around 41 billion USD a day alone.
But this is not all roses and unicorns as governments put pressure on “bailed” companies to axe dividend payments and drop share buy-back plans in such a way compromising one of the core privilege of owning a share - entitlement to profit distribution.
Could this lead to more regulation and state pressense in private sector?
It is most profitable travelling to 𝕁𝔸ℙ𝔸ℕ
Not only because you'll be able to see mesmerising colours of changing leaves but also few 𝕊𝔸𝕂𝕌ℝ𝔸 trees in 🌸𝔹𝕃𝕆𝕊𝕊𝕆𝕄🌸
This photo was taken by me in Dake onsen,
Fukushima on 10th of November🤗
However, I have also seen few cherry trees in blossom in Tokyo and Ise, Kyoto and Nagoya!
I am one of many who saw almost the entire Livestream of SpaceX Demo 2 Launch. I must say when it took off, MAN! I felt it. Very inspiring Journey of Elon Musk. What an experience!!
Imagine those who saw live, must be breath taking!
Well Done to Entire team of #SpaceX and #NASA