5 Positive Events this Week!

For those of you who did not notice, we left out the “Financial” part of our headline this week as it was a short work week, and we wanted to broaden our thinking a bit, but positives still abound. Our first positive this week was created in-house, by you, the reader, so thanks very much:

In our fun, Tuesday/Monday week starter post, Unclaimed Money, we had multiple findings, and the search continues: With multiple claims collectively approaching $2000, we were very happy and surprised by the prompt finds. If you have close relatives, feel free to check for them and forward the information for their collection as well.

Sports Fans Clapped as Football Season commenced: Late last week, and mid this week college and pro football seasons kicked off, giving fans (present party included) positive energy and the feeling that fall has actually arrived. We positively wish good luck and health to all players and a healthy healing to those who are injured.

World Bank Says US will not have a recession: In a confident speech across the pond, the World Bank leader Robert Zoellick said he expected the US NOT to go into a recession. Thanks Robert, for the positive comments, we hope to return the positive comments from our side.

German Constitutional Court Upholds EU Funding: Think US Supreme Court for comparisons, on Wednesday early am US time, the German court upheld the constitutionality of German funding of the EU rescue. This was a huge positive, however the court laid the grounds for an “ask us first next time” as they requested pre-approval for more measures in the future, yet overall a strong positive.

Schools Going Green: As school is officially “back in session” US News is reporting over 600 schools have taken the digital leap and are using tablets in lieu of text books. We applaud this green positive and the preparation it is giving the future leaders of our economy.

Another week, another slew of positives!

Have a great day and a nice weekend!


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