I didn’t note anything in the Q on any changes or processes underway on the credit agreement. Is there anything to say there, John, or is that just on the to-do list? ——————————————————————————– John DeSimone, Herbalife Ltd. – CFO  ——————————————————————————– Well, it’s a process. I think it’s important to note that, big picture, capital structure, as you know and investors know, and cash management strategies are an important part of our Company’s vision. The Management Team, along with the Board, have been and will continue to develop and evaluate all possible options and we will make the decision that we think is in the best interest of our shareholders long-term. job negotiationAnd when and if there is something to announce that will be determined by Management and the Board and at that time, like our history in the past, we will announce something. ——————————————————————————– Tim Ramey, Pivotal Research Group – Analyst  ——————————————————————————– Would you care to kind of restate what your goals would be for the capital structure, assuming that you had the covenants that would allow it. (Inaudible) stayed when it was fairly aggressive in terms of leveraging the Company, it seems, doing acquisitions perhaps. What’s your comfort level now assuming that you had the credit agreement in place? ——————————————————————————– John DeSimone, Herbalife Ltd.
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