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*Swiss ABB which makes electrical equipment rose 1.88% today. It is a holding of our Swedish Investor fund which Joe Shaefer and I bought into earlier this year.

*Both Swedish Ericsson and Finnish Nokia gained after their deal on patent violations by the former, ERIC up 0.77% and NOK up 1.4% in European trading today.

*Ecopetrol of Colombia, which we exited from over the Bogota control of the oil distribution there, has dropped 2.5% after oil prices fell.

*Vale, which I refuse to buy given its failure to help victims of its Brazil tailings dam disasters, dropped today with the iron ore price. It is now $21.4, still near its high.

*Energy Fuels, UUUU, fell 5.65% to $5.08. Just hang in there despite the volatility.

*China's new licensing rules for electric vehicles boosted shares of NIO by 1.13% to $34.25 today.

*Mexican Cemex recuperated 2.6% today, hitting $8.1/sh. However, Irish CRH fell 0.29%.

*German ute Eon.SE rose 1.2% today to $12.8 after its report yesterday.

*Kirkland Lake gold, KL, lost 17¢ to $40.6. It is doing better than bitcoins.

*Ormat, the US-Israeli geothermal energy firm which also does storage, gained 2.46% today. ORA.

*Tomra Systems is up 3.05% to $48.85.

Drugmakers

*Merck's Keytruda hit its target in triple-negative breast cancer trials.

*Takeda which reported yesterday is up a fraction today. TAK.

*Bioline RX rose 5.5% to $3.09 I think in the wake of CGEN. Both are Israeli small caps. It later fell back.

*Zymeworks gained 1%.

*Teva rose 1.66% hitting $10.50.

*Enlivex which reports next Thursday on its Q1 fell sharply despite winning an FDA patent.

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Frank J. Williams 1 month ago Member's comment

Vivian, legally the term "squatters" is quite legally accurate. You can read a clear and easy to understand explanation of the situation here: www.jihadwatch.org/.../is-israel-really-trying-to-evict-innocent-palestinians-from-their-homes-in-sheikh-jarrah

But this paragraph in the article sums it up quite well:

"The headlines from Sheikh Jarrah almost all ignore the basic facts of the issue: The buildings in question are owned by Jews and the Arab residents have refused to pay rent – even though they had agreed in a 1982 court case."

Carl Schwartz 2 months ago Member's comment

I assume you are referring to me and the "squatters" comment I left on your other article here: talkmarkets.com/.../a-down-day?post=311691

I still stand by that comment. I'd recommend you read Joseph Cox's article about the current situation and the comments there as well: talkmarkets.com/.../things-you-cant-see-from-there