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    Sorry to say but I think 1929 is coming........

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/fed-ma...hoover/5691459
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayheykid View Post
    Sorry to say but I think 1929 is coming........

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/fed-ma...hoover/5691459
    Great article brother sayheykid
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    Companies that move freight for the auto manufacturers are having a hard time making payments since nothing is moving.

    Dearborn trucking company in danger of shutting down amid GM-UAW strike
    Wednesday is the 24th day on the picket line for workers during strike negotiations between General Motors and the United Automobile Workers.
    As the strike grinds on, the damage done to those who depend on GM is getting worse. A Dearborn trucking company is teetering on the edge and counting on a quick settlement.
    Phoenix Trucking has dozens of trailers and truck digs, but they're all collecting dust while the clock ticks on the debt the company owes for them.
    If the strike doesn't end soon, it will be the end of the business, co-owner Mohammad Thalji said.
    Compass Lease, out of Chicago, owns all 100 trailers.
    Thalji said if his company doesn't make the payment this week, Compass will take the trucks. But the trucks are filled with GM parts, and GM officials told the business to park the trailers until the strike ends, leaving Thalji to talk about the future of his business.
    https://www.clickondetroit.com/autom...-gm-uaw-strike

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    More good paying jobs lost as oil prices flounder.

    Halliburton lays off 650 employees in four western states
    Houston oilfield service company Halliburton laid off 650 employees in four western states from New Mexico to North Dakota as demand for drilling and hydraulic fracturing services remains week amid lackluster oil prices.

    Halliburton filed a notice this week with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, reporting that the company laid off 178 workers from its Grand Junction, Colo. office. Halliburton officials later confirmed that the Grand Junction layoffs were among 650 jobs cut in Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota and Wyoming.

    Company officials attributed the layoffs to slowing demand and activity in those markets. Most of the affected employees were given the option to relocate to other Halliburton offices where more activity is anticipated, the company reported.
    https://www.chron.com/business/energ...r-14504665.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    More good paying jobs lost as oil prices flounder.

    Halliburton lays off 650 employees in four western states


    https://www.chron.com/business/energ...r-14504665.php
    Although I totally think we need to wean ourselves off oil, it is sad to hear of the job losses in NM. Not a state where you can just go and find another job. What I would like to know is why gas prices are still so terribly high right now if demand has gone down?
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