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The Baltic Dry Index Wednesday fell under 400 points for the first time ever, and some analysts are now suggesting a demand recovery may be as far out as 2018.
originally posted by: Sunwolf
I think there has been a tremendous loss of jobs in this country in the last 10 years and it is beginning to show in lack of discretionary spending.
is the economy in China collapsing because of us here in the states?
Does that mean our economy is actually crashing right now but it's showing first in the Asian markets?
originally posted by: rickymouse
Well, the Asian markets all seem to be down tonight, seems like our market here will be falling again tomorrow morning.
The stock market hasn't been acting rationally for six years now. I don't know why it didn't correct properly after 08. The Feds are letting Wallstreet lie like crazy yet if you put the wrong information or words on a loaf of bread they are all over you. They must think bread is money.
originally posted by: GBP/JPY
It's the down turn....one can see the canary in the coal mine ...the GBP/JPY....trading instrument.....has been tanking for a week..
originally posted by: cenpuppie
a reply to: rickymouse
You know why Ricky. How many bodies you think will turn up once millionaires and billionaires learn their own bank stole their wealth?