By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nabors Industries was the biggest percentage decliner on the S&P 500 Thursday after Pamplona Capital Management LLP said its private equity fund had sold a stake of about 8.5 percent in the oilfield services provider. Pamplona Capital is Nabors’ largest shareholder, according to Thomson Reuters data. Nabors Industries shares were down 2.7 percent at $24.10.
The upbeat jobs market picture was also captured in another report from the Labor Department that showed initial claims for state unemployment benefits increasing by 4,000 to a seasonally adjusted 302,000 for the week ended Aug. 30, but still at levels consistent with tightening conditions. http://q.gs/7awO9
Mike is kind of like God at the company. He created the universe. He issued the Ten Commandments and then he disappeared. And then he came back. You have to understand that when God comes back, things are going to be different. When God reappeared, people defer.
This is why Harry Reid axed the filibuster for judicial nominations, so that he could stack the court with Obama-friendly liberal judges and cram whatever piece of unconstitutional legislation down Americans’ throats with one less check or balance.
The Halbig case was a huge one because the…