Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks will “drop painfully from current levels” in the coming year amid disappointing economic data and shrinking
profit margins, according to investor Jeremy Grantham.
how about right on the money for turning language
this is all psychological
and latest news says that japan and germany those who
(see bloomberg's latest)
build machines for the capitalistic factories around the world
just experienced an unexpected surge in unemployment
largest commercial bankette bank ruptured
last quarter largest # of foreclosures
the current news geared to the business world for the economy in the last few days says
'bail ship baby she's going down again'
even the british are cryin
John Philpott, chief economist at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, called the figures 'desperately disappointing.
He said: 'This recession looks more like a depression. For most UK workers the pain goes on and the subsequent 'jobs light-pay tight' recovery
won't feel much better
the little people news in the US says
The recession may be over at last — so what now?
answer: bleed suckers bleed
cuz the fat lady is about to sing cuz she's hungry and cold
and the economy is going down world wide
BBC had an article a few days ago about 6.5 billion in the world and 1 billion
now starving and most of them urban, this is going to be very ugly
and that weekend world wide banker update is probably
prepackaged triage the plan to deal
and Israel/Iran is way puffed up right now but its the economy thats popping
besides it's going to take an army in heaven to pull that one iron rod off with the
BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) faction 'playin' along to be a 'stayin' a long
and not dividing within the lines of the world pecking order
and when things are in order there is only one first and one on top
[edit on 29-10-2009 by DChenO]