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Brooklyn Abbotsford Condo


Brooklyn is New York City's most populous borough, with 2.5 million residents. If the borough were still an independent city, it would be the fourth-largest city in the country. Brooklyn is located on the westernmost point of Long Island and shares its only land boundary with Queens to the northeast.


Abbotsford is a city in Clark and Marathon Counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. Abbotsford is nicknamed "Wisconsin's First City" due to its alphabetical place on a list of Wisconsin cities. In 2000, there were 1,956 people, 817 households, and 516 families residing in the city.


A condominium, or condo, is a form of housing tenure and other real property where a specified part of a piece of real estate (usually of an apartment house) is individually owned while use of and access to common facilities in the piece such as hallways, heating system, elevators, exterior areas is executed under legal rights associated with the individual ownership and controlled by the association of owners that jointly represent ownership of the whole piece.


Canadian do-not-call registry has loopholes

Starting September 30, 2008, Canadians began to sign up online at the Do Not Call List website or by calling the toll-free numbers 1-866-580-DNCL (1-866-580-3625) or 1-888-DNCL-TTY (1-888-362-5889). More than 70 per cent of Canadians polled say they intend to put themselves on the national list.

Consumers Association of Canada says Ottawa is allowing too many exemptions."All of the usual suspects will still be able to call" says the association. Charities (religious groups?), political parties, polling companies, newspapers selling subscriptions and organizations with which the consumer has an existing business relationship will still be able to call you.


How to register by fax with Canadian National Do Not Call Registry

If you wish to register your fax number you have 2 options.

  1. You can register online at the National DNCL Web site or

  2. You can send a fax from the number you are registering to 1-888-DNCL-Fax (888-362-5329).
If you choose to send a fax, please make sure to include the following information on your 1-page fax:

  • The number you wish to register, which must be the same as the number you are faxing from
  • The instruction: Please Register my number

Fax registration requests will be processed within 1 business day Monday to Friday.You will receive a fax confirming your registration request has been successfully completed. If you do not receive a confirmation fax, your number is not registered and you should try again.

How To Register My Number With National Do Not Call List (DNCL) Canada

Telemarketers will face fines up to $15,000, if they call once the list is operational. People can register their phone numbers in two ways.

  • They can sign up online or
  • Call the toll-free numbers 1-866-580-3625 or 1-888-362-5889 (for the hearing impaired).

Consumers who add their numbers to the list will still get calls from charities, political parties, pollsters and newspapers looking for new subscribers. As well, consumers can also expect calls from businesses with products or services they've inquired about in the past six months, and from businesses they've dealt with in the past 18 months.

National Do Not Call List (DNCL) CANADA

The National Do Not Call List (DNCL) gives consumers a choice about whether to receive telemarketing calls. The National DNCL Rules introduce new responsibilities for Canada’s telemarketers. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has projected that of Canada's 27 million residential phone lines, which include cellphone numbers, 16 million would be on the do-not-call list within two years. Two polls Monday suggested that between 60 per cent and 72 per cent of Canadians surveyed said they intended to add their phone number to the list. The CRTC said on its website that once people have registered, telemarketers have up to 31 days to update their lists and to make sure they do not call you, meaning people could still receive calls within 31 days of registering.


Avoiding bubbles: SEC has it backwards

BOSTON: The financial markets should be regulated mostly by examinations, not prosecution, which should be far more intense when prices rise, not after a crash. The Securities and Exchange Commission should devote most of its resources to on-going examinations.

The examinations first should focus on large institutions (financial or industrial), whose failure by fraud might affect investors' trust in prices and lead to a crash. Then they should target institutions whose share-prices have risen persistently signaling the "too good to be true" syndrome.

Most importantly, examinations should increase with a general and persistent rise in market prices. This is the time when fraud and violations of the law might accompany true and tested justifiable success. This is the time when "irrational exuberance," as former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan once described market bubbles, is probably on the rise.

Continuous examinations are not new for the regulators and those being examined. They are likely to be less costly than court cases, especially against huge corporations using well-staffed law firms. Their focus should be on institutions whose failure may shake the system. Visits by regulators may produce a mild deterrent. Instead of harsh sentences and inflexible rules, examinations and suggested corrections can enhance and inculcate good habits to overcome temptations.

As a bonus, examining regulators would pick up on the latest financial innovations and developments in the markets. Had regulators understood the terms of the sub-prime mortgages, they might have been alerted to the amazing AAA rating that these mortgages received.

Examiners should learn about -- not regulate -- unregulated financial techniques, and acquire knowledge which they should share with colleagues. If regulators understand today's bubble mechanisms and identify attendant violations of the law, they can stem the trend toward empty prices before they rise and inevitably result in a painful crash.
And examinations need not mean publicity. Regulators, by law, should assure examined institutions of confidential treatment.

We have been doing just the opposite. Half of the SEC's resources are devoted to enforcement, including investigation of particular offenses. Its Office of Compliance is far smaller. In our current system, financial institutions are left virtually free of regulation during the rise of a bubble. With the inevitable crash, regulators are energized to investigate, prosecute, and come to the rescue failing institutions.

Right now there are proposals to tighten regulation in anticipation of problems, and proposals to reduce regulation and let the market solve problems. Neither is satisfactory. Addressing possible harmful activities before they actually occur may stifle innovations, harm the investors, and weaken the financial system.

Adopting a "wait and see" policy, and looking for a clear evidence to prosecute and plugging legal loopholes that were uncovered, may address problems that might not occur again soon. Such prosecutions and new regulations are acting "after the horse got out of the barn."

Like all things, the good features in the financial system can turn bad. Small bubbles offer increased liquidity, which is good. But at a break-point, bubbles can lead to devastating crashes. These are bad because markets cannot exist without trust in the prices and pricing mechanisms.

The transition from good to bad is impossible to determine. In 1996 Greenspan noted: "How do we know when irrational exuberance (bubbles) has unduly escalated asset values, which then become subject to unexpected and prolonged contractions (crashes)." Of course, we cannot. But we can examine, investigate and enforce the current law against violations, even in the good times.

Bubbles are accompanied by violations of existing law, perhaps at higher rate than in flat markets, and are likely to rise with the help of illegal "encouragement" advice and by "cooking the books." To be sure, bubbles and crashes will likely continue to occur with or without examinations. Yet, by moving from after-crash prosecution to frequent, on-going, long-term examinations, regulators' visits may minimize the devastating impact of crashes and the horrendous results and costs that the market solutions impose.

Problems may be resolved if we do nothing, or, as some people call it "markets solutions." But the cost may be so high as to undermine our entire system and our economy. It may take years to rebuild a healthy system. It would be better let the regulators watch rather than regulate.

Let regulators be the "police on the beat." Let them acquire a far better sense of trouble that may be brewing, acting only by enforcing existing laws. And let them exercise enforcement before, not after, the crash -- throughout the evolution and rise of bubbles. Perhaps then bubbles will burst early and make a "pop" rather than a nuclear explosion.

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<> Re: UPDATE 1-India Suzlon shares fall on $390 mln rights issue plan

hI aLL,
I am  in a big doubt , i have bought 4000 Shares of prajay engenring  @ 80 per share.
while the company has a 52wk  high of 489 and 52 wk low of 42.
the company has shown good profit in the past, but at present the stock is moving down now trading at 47 Rs.
plz tell any body if knows any thing more about this company and futures of this company,, should i hold the stock or what to do....
plz guide.
Ajay Somani

On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 7:23 AM, Subu <forsubu@yahoo.com> wrote:

UPDATE 1-India Suzlon shares fall on $390 mln rights issue plan

Thu Sep 25, 2008 3:52pm IST

(Adds details, share price)

MUMBAI, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Shares in India's Suzlon Energy Ltd (SUZL.BO: Quote, Profile, Research) fell more than 7 percent on Thursday after it said it would consider a rights issue to raise up to 18 billion rupees ($390 million) on Sept. 27.

The world's fourth-biggest wind turbine maker did not say what it would use the funds for.

Suzlon had said earlier this month it had struck a deal with Martifer (MARTI.LS: Quote, Profile, Research) for an early acquisition of the Portuguese conglomerate's stake in REpower Systems (RPWGn.DE: Quote, Profile, Research) for nearly $400 million.

Suzlon is just the latest Indian company to tap rights issues to raise funds as higher borrowing costs pinch.

Hindalco Industries Ltd (HALC.BO: Quote, Profile, Research), India's leading aluminium maker, on Monday launched a 50.5-billion-rupee rights issue, while Tata Motors (TAMO.BO: Quote, Profile, Research), India's top vehicle maker, is set to open its 41.5-billion-rupee rights issue on Sept. 29.

But turbulent market conditions are a concern, a trader said.

"People have concerns about any company that is looking to raise money in these market conditions," said an institutional sales dealer who asked not to be named.

"Even the Tata Motors offer doesn't look very exciting."

Tata Motors, which is raising the money to help fund its $2.3 billion acquisition of Jaguar and Land Rover, had scaled down the size of its rights offer from 72 billion rupees.

Indian companies have raised about $4.8 billion from rights issues until mid-August, Thomson Reuters data showed, topping the Asia-Pacific region excluding Japan.

More such offers may be in the pipeline after the capital markets regulator recently eased rules for rights issues, cutting the timeline and changing the pricing conditions.

Shares in Suzlon were down 7.3 percent at 181.75 rupees at 1019 GMT, after falling as low as in a Mumbai market that was down 0.9 percent. ($1=46.1 rupees)

(Reporting by Rina Chandran; Editing by Ranjit Gangadharan)

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