by totallynot_human So this company has been racking up 300 billion dollars in debt for 2 decades right? Sure, houses/buildings that aren’t finished. Why isn’t Evergrande bigger news right now?
by Chris Black The IRS will basically spy on all transactions over $600, and everyone is going to accept it without question. This is a sign of extreme social change,
Notable that the 2 parties that can’t agree on anything always agree on the one thing that truly matters to them: Their money king. pic.twitter.com/Wu1bDIIzlA — Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) October
U.S. default this fall would cost 6 million jobs, wipe out $15 trillion in wealth, study says Congressional Republicans are ruling out helping Democrats avoid the potential financial catastrophe. WASHINGTON
Every thing is aligning for a fall. pic.twitter.com/wEKEIVdx2F — Usman Ali (@usmanal74109005) September 23, 2021 Markit: “The pace of US economic growth cooled further in September, having soared in the
The BBC reported: NZ police have made a bizarre arrest after a pair of alleged gang associates were caught trying to enter Auckland with a boot full of KFC chicken and
BY JOHN RUBINO China’s Evergrande has been in the news lately, but not always in an understandable way. The real estate developer is just too big and its financial arrangements too
rumble.com/vmgk0d-levin-biden-is-the-closest-thing-to-a-dictator-america-has-ever-had.html?mref=6zof&mc=dgip3&ep=1 Mark Levin: “Joe Biden gave a speech the other day and he always walks off. He doesn’t take questions like he is some kind of a dictator and he
The Saints cut Latavius Murray, a backup running back, on Tuesday. According to a report, Murray had refused to take a pay cut from his $3 million salary. The timing
self explanatory. The world has lost its collective mind. h/t JenOChem96
The economy continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing government restrictions. But newly released Labor Department data show that the recovery isn’t equal across all 50 states and Washington, DC.