Saturday, 9 November 2019


Nearly two-thirds of US voters say Trump has not made them better off.

Financial Times-Peterson poll

36 per cent of those who said they were worse off blamed their income levels.

19 per cent pointed to personal or family debts as the reason they felt worse off.

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At 9 November 2019 at 09:57 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Putting a SEARS sign up isn't a good indicator of the economy. SEARS has been circling the toilet bowl for 2 decades, due to stupidity and incompetence. They refused to recognize the Internet threat till it was way too late.

Try again.

At 9 November 2019 at 11:51 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

Authentic tweet from Trump's most likely 2020 opponent, Democrat Elizabeth Warren, on her official Twitter feed

"Black trans and cis women, gender-nonconforming, and nonbinary people are the backbone of our democracy"

At 10 November 2019 at 01:03 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sears serves as a 'barometer' for the mainstream retail sector (in this case) or the 'High Street' as it is known in the UK.

Like many industries, small and provincial towns, 'The Rust Belt' in the US, 'Up North' in England, it is the demise of Western society by deliberate clandestine policies.

It would appear that no business is safe from predator CEOs or Bilderberg Government policy, under investment or over leverage.

Businesses that have appeared to be safe and sound disappear under a mountain of debt and the usual platitudes of 'lessons will be learned' coming from the boardroom and Parliament.

Meanwhile back at the beaches of Tel Aviv or marinas in Monaco the raptors will be lining up another unwitting victim.

I certainly wouldn't rush out to buy shares in the UK retail sector anytime soon.

Peace to the humans.


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