It kind of looks like it – Trader Joe’s has decided to reverse course and not change all the brand labels of its products to satisfy the wokeness demands of a tiny, largely white, racism-parsing left-wing mob. Here’s their statement: (emphasis ours)
The unintended consequence of Americans driving less because of the virus pandemic has resulted in a collapse in billboard advertisement revenue, reported Bloomberg.
We’ve embarked upon a WORK OF BEAUTY; the precious metals bull market now includes silver. This is important since silver’s strength is the REAL INDICATOR that the dollar is weak and entered a BEAR MARKET.
A day after their leaders faced five hours of interrogation in Congress over allegations their power and influence is out of control, four of the biggest American tech companies saw their combined market value swell by $250 billion thanks to earnings that shocked even Wall Street.
Two months after we reported that the state of California is trying to turn centuries of finance on its head by allowing businesses to walk away from commercial leases.
When millions of Americans were losing their jobs at the beginning of this pandemic, we were told not to worry because the lockdowns were just temporary and virtually all of those workers would be going back to their old jobs once the lockdowns ended. Well, now we are finding out that was not even close to true.
Gold recently crested $1950, where it is today as of this writing. For some, the $1900 price level is an important indicator of momentum building. I
Sure, there are probably a handful of hedge funds who have generated even higher returns, but for the purpose of this post we are going off the latest HSBC hedge fund weekly report, according to which Boaz Weinstein’s Saba Capital is the best performing hedge fund of 2020 with a staggering 90% YTD return.
The eviction moratorium expired last Friday nearly four months after the US economy effectively shutdown due to the covid pandemic, and more than 12 million renters – all behind on rent payments because of the virus-induced recession – are now at imminent risk of getting booted to the curb.
The warning to shareholders of newly bankrupt Ascena Retail Group Inc. could hardly have been more direct. There it is, in black-and-white, on page 5 of the court declaration filed by Ascena’s most senior official just hours into the case: