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Do the banks before they do you

Underwater on the mortgage ? Walk away ! Of course the banks are furious at the suggestion that their debt slaves follow their own practices.
” Norms governing homeowner behavior stand in sharp contrast to norms governing lenders, who seek to maximize profits or minimize losses irrespective of concerns of morality or social responsibility. This [...]

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Money Pit in Sand

Built on slave labor and borrowed money, an extravaganza of opulence and misery is set to echo Shelley’s “Ozymandias.” Now all the money is gone, the slaves flee, and kleptocrat rulers fight usurious moneylenders in a background of half built dreams and pooling sewage.
Couldn’t have happened to a nicer buncha thieves.
Soon, as [...]

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Fed Sees Economy Leveling Out

Washington, DC — Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in June suggests that economic activity is leveling out. Conditions in financial markets have improved further in recent weeks. Household spending has continued to show signs of stabilizing but remains constrained by ongoing job losses, sluggish income growth, lower housing wealth, and tight [...]

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The Ever Shrinking Economy

Washington, DC — The Commerce Department released its report on the 4th Quarter GDP. Though it was expected to be bad, it came in even worse — down 6.2 percent on an annual rate.

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Hitachi Reverses Financial Outlook / Cuts Jobs

Tokyo, Japan — Hitachi changed their forecast from profitability to a 4.1-billion-dollar quarterly loss.
Hitachi is one of the world’s largest corporations. It was founded in 1910 by Namihei Odaira as an electrical repair shop. They succeeded in manufacturing three 5hp (3.6775 kW) electric motors as the company’s first products.
Today, they manufacture consumer products:

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World Recession / Global Slowdown

Markets around the world are falling. This could be the first time that so many countries have slid into recession at the same time. The United States has been in a recession for the past year. Great Britain announced that it, too, had fallen into recession. In Korea, Samsung posted its [...]

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