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Fri, 3 Nov 2006 09:58:01 -0060
Ever-Glory International (EGLY)
Current: O.79 (Up 33% on the week)
The publicity blitz has begun! The first of a week-long
series of announcements was made Wednesday, giving us solid
gains on Thursday. The promotion is continuing with more
great news expected, including a record earnings report!
Here's the latest:
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA-(MARKET WIRE)-Nov 1, 2006 10:16pm-
Ever-Glory International Group, a multinational enterprise
specializing in garment manufacturing and exports, has
expanded the scope of its business in 2006, wherein the
first half of the year, completed orders from a single
customer, C&A, totaled a staggering US$5.6 Million.
This is just ONE customer! Many others have place large
orders this quarter.
August 8th - 2mil$ order from Matalan
July 25th - 500k$ order from Debenhams
July 10th - 1mil$ order from OTTO
Please check all these figures with your favorite source.
EGLY is the good deal! We are expecting third quarter
numbers to be out soon and are telling all of our members
to take a position in before the data hits the street.
These fortuitous figures are going to shock the market and
send this one way up!
Give yourself the chance to come out WAY ahead here.
Fortune favors the bold!
also news is
COLUMBIA, South Carolina (AP) -- Police found the bodies of a woman and two
other adults inside a drainage pipe near a public housing complex early
Thursday and said all appear to have been killed during the night.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- U.S. troops showed their displeasure -- and sense of
humor -- regarding Sen. John Kerry's comments this week to a group of
California college students, whom he told to work hard in school or they'd "get
stuck in Iraq."
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- President Bush launched a final drive Thursday to try
to help Republicans maintain control of Congress, arguing that the United
States must stay in Iraq despite the war's unpopularity.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Clambakes, crabcakes, swordfish steaks and even humble fish
sticks could be little more than a fond memory in a few decades.
ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey (AP) -- Some of the letters are comical (a man asking
God to let him win the lottery, twice), others are heartbreaking (a distraught
teen asking forgiveness for an abortion, an unwed mother pleading with God to
make the baby's father marry her).
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