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B4 The Bell Weak-end Den July 22-24

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:D Welcome everyone to the weak-end den! :D

 

This weak-end we are celebrating vacationing in Canada again and Maudite's of Quebec. :D Let's toast to the great and fearless calls of Brian4 and also Doc. ;)

 

As LLD said two weeks back: Time for a ski and a beer. Have a safe weekend all!

 

Time to celebrate a great week and a job well done. Tanks also to yobob, plunger, MH, depends, MWH, TE, Stained, Butterfield, Col. Dash, LLD, orvack, Hypertiger, Hunter65, sleddog, zensmoke, mjkst27, gregfokker, jimi, threadbare, Ned38, icky and everyone else who has made this a great meeting place.

 

The den is now open. ;)

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The curse of The Mummy (AJC) Lives On. All the shills should be calling the bottom over the weekend.

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Al Sends a Message: SELL!

 

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The Pentagon on Friday released payroll records from President Bush's 1972 service in the Alabama National Guard, saying its earlier contention the records were destroyed was an 'inadvertent oversight.' The records cover July through September of 1972, when Bush was working as a campaign volunteer in Alabama... Developing...

 

'LOST' MILITARY RECORDS FOUND

 

http://www.drudgereport.com/

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Orvack is right you can stand a spoon straight up in Maudite, now a reaaaallllly Great Beer is any Granville Island product made here on the shores of the Pacific. Well it was a great day and next week should see more DOWN...as Art Cashin said they were leaving with suitcases full of money..without the Markets Mothers Milk the direction is down! ;)

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"Nothing like awakening to the sound of a love-sick bull moose at day break

a little further north" Hunter 65

 

Hunter, You don't have to go all the way to Quebec either. I wake up to one every morning, here in southern B.C. I just tell him to go take a cold shower and then bring me the newspaper :wink2:

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The Pentagon on Friday released payroll records from President Bush's 1972 service in the Alabama National Guard, saying its earlier contention the records were destroyed was an 'inadvertent oversight.' The records cover July through September of 1972, when Bush was working as a campaign volunteer in Alabama... Developing...

 

'LOST' MILITARY RECORDS FOUND

 

http://www.drudgereport.com/

Yeah, and maybe he'll find those pesky WMD now too.

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Uh oh!!!

 

Looks like layoffs are skyrocketing.

 

HRLive Weekly Layoff Report Week ending July 22nd

 

http://www.hrlive.com/layoffs.php

 

Rough tally looks like 30,095 new permanent layoffs this week

Keep in mind that if the truth of these numbers actually show up in the data released by the labor department, it should send the Ten Year Yield to the basement and reduce the likelihood of a rate increase. Shorting stocks tied to the housing sector could be costly if this transpires...at least on a temporary basis. Since they need to keep the Ten Year Yield low to save the consumer and the housing market, be on the lookout for stocks that will collapse on bad jobs data.

 

Will they admit the job losses?

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...now a reaaaallllly Great Beer is any Granville Island product made here on the shores of the Pacific.

I've got family in Victoria. I'll try some next time I visit.

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And here is some of todays headlines on layoffs

 

Sears to lay off 3,300 employees

http://washingtontimes.com/upi-breaking/20...13808-4684r.htm

 

230 possible layoffs

http://www.oakridger.com/stories/072304/ne...040723083.shtml

 

KC cuts 350 New Milford jobs

http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=..._id=13091&rfi=6

 

Kohler plant cuts 72 jobs

http://www.hattiesburgamerican.com/news/st...ews/904275.html

 

Isuzu Production Ends 124 laid off

http://www.wishtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=2...92&nav=0Ra7P7Fh

 

Pall restructuring results in layoffs

http://www.mlive.com/business/aanews/index...94110160281.xml

 

University Hospitals to lay off 31 people

http://www.qctimes.com/internal.php?story_...is&c=24,1031675

 

Maxtor drives in reverse 450 to be laid off

http://ups.asia.cnet.com/c/as.ch.nt.top.04...39187643,00.htm

 

Motorola CEO to share plans next week. Such a move also would allow further job cuts

http://chicagobusiness.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?id=13284

 

Time Warner Cable, Belo Dissolve Venture which will result in job cuts.

http://www.springfieldnewssun.com/biz/cont...Warner-Cab.html

 

AT&T will no longer recruit customers and said it expects to make additional job cuts.

http://www.tdn.com/articles/2004/07/23/biz/news03.txt

 

Yonkers school board eliminates 464 jobs by July 31

http://www.nyjournalnews.com/newsroom/0722...0122ykmeet.html

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