Check this though, according to the FT;
- Check this though, according to the FT;
- Kerviel’s positions' loss before being discovered ($1.5bn)
- SocGen's loss due to sub-prime write-offs ($2.0bn)
- SocGen's loss due to unwinding of Kerviel 's positions ($3.4bn)
- So who should be fired and in the dock?
Here is a paradox, I keep hearing that Nation's balanced approach to politics is unpopular and has led to lower sales, yet every time there is a breaking story you can't get into its website? Que?
Speaking to Nak-based cousins last weekend, I was worried by how fatalistic they sounded about the wars in their backyard. Both are businessmen so I really thought things were done for our economy. Lakini something tells me we may have turned the corner after we stayed at the abyss and didn't like what we saw. In which case, this was a prime buying week at the NSE. Imagine BBK at Ksh64!
EasyCoach's cancellation of its service to Western Kenya and resultant job losses, makes me question the whole barricade brigade. Who will suffer most if you can't get goods or services into your region?