TRUMP PRESIDENT NAAAHHH!!! and the Trail of Delicious Liberal Tears


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GM strike costing up to $100 million a day isn't worrying investors — at least not yet

  • Wall Street isn't panicking or downgrading the automaker as a result of the United Auto Workers calling a strike against the automaker just yet.
  • Analysts estimate GM is losing roughly $50 million to $100 million per day as a result of lost production.
  • GM shares this week, following the union announcing the strike on Sunday, are down about 4 percent.
Sept. 16th, 2019.

DETROIT – General Motors stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in lost production as a United Auto Workers union strike against the automaker enters its second day, but Wall Street isn't panicking or downgrading the automaker just yet.

The company has enough cash on hand and its dealers have enough vehicle in stock to weather the storm without significant problems for at least a week, according to financial analysts. After that, investors may become more concerned, potentially having a greater impact on shares of the company.

"From a bottom line standpoint, the impact could potentially be nominal if the strike is resolved quickly; yet, the longer it lasts, the more it will be felt in GM's earnings profile," wrote Credit Suisse's Dan Levy in a note Monday.


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Good. :haha7:

Donald Trump Tangles Up Traffic In Downtown L.A & Beverly Hills Tuesday With 2-Day Fundraiser Trip


I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
Lewandowski just launched a Senate campaign website.


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Fed to inject $75bn into financial system after funding squeeze
Key repo rate had surged higher in sign of money market tensions
September 17, 2019

The Federal Reserve said it would inject $75bn into the financial system to staunch a sharp rise in US short-term funding costs.

The cost of borrowing cash in exchange for US Treasuries overnight using repurchase agreements — known as repos — surged on Tuesday to as high as 10 per cent, according to Refinitiv data.

That dragged the effective federal funds rate higher to 2.25 per cent, the very top of the Fed’s targeted range of 2 to 2.25 per cent.
GM strike costing up to $100 million a day isn't worrying investors — at least not yet

Bullshit. Love the headline though even when it says in bullet points just below: losing 50-100 million. Let’s grab the sexier number for our bs story.
I am glad that farce of a hearing was given the amount of importance it deserved by Corey. What an embarrassment for our politicians though. Point of order, stop the clock, take a vote. No wonder nothing gets done

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Getting ass-***** in The Octagon, brother.
Not even trying to hide it. They're not looking for answers - just trying to sway opinion.




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Afghanistan war: Taliban tell Trump their 'doors are open'
  • 17 September 2019

The Taliban have told the BBC that their "doors are open" should US President Donald Trump want to resume peace talks in the future.

Chief negotiator Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai insisted negotiation remained "the only way for peace in Afghanistan" during an exclusive interview.

Mr Stanikzai's words came a week after Mr Trump declared the talks "dead".
Earlier this month, the two sides had appeared close to a deal to end the 18-year conflict.

Mr Trump had even invited senior Taliban leaders and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to meet at Camp David on 8 September.


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I love the dummies in the media that thinks Israel's Blue and White will gleefully embrace the German and French anti semites if they win.


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FedEx stock down 8% after company lowers outlook on trade tensions
Sept 17, 2019

Logistics company misses Wall Street’s EPS expectations for Q1

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A FedEx worker unloads packages from a truck in New York City in December.

Shares of FedEx Corp. tanked in the extended session Tuesday after the logistics company missed profit expectations for its fiscal first quarter and lowered its outlook for fiscal 2020 thanks to “increasing trade tensions” and weaker global economic conditions.


Lingering longer for a longering linger
They are truly brainwashed

These are actually real "young people", not the other kind of "young people" you hear about in the news removing people's hats or bikes or cars or robbing stores etc etc