MASS Bankruptcies Incoming BlackRock Warns! Major Corporations SYSTEMIC Failure

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The situation for retailers is looking worse every single day. It has come to the point where company after company is filing for bankruptcy. They can’t even afford to go bankrupt in many cases. That’s a fact! Many have been unable to pay rent which of course isn’t going to snowball, unless there are many doing the same thing. The data is now showing up that growing numbers of businesses have not paid their rent, sending a warning signal investors should be paying attention to but will ignore as always.


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