Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Economy turning down?

The Military Complex Has Taken Control Of The White House:

Feature includes these points:
  1. Auto sales are down 10% since the beginning to 2017.
  2. JP Morgan, despite “beating” earnings estimates, disclosed a troubling spike in credit card write-offs, which rose to nearly $1 billion in Q1. 
  3. Retail sales have now declined two months in a row. It’s no coincidence that the dismal sales report was released on Good Friday when the market was closed. The original .1% gain reported for February was revised down significantly to a decline of .3%. 
  4. Restaurant industry sales have declined for 11 of the last 12 months in a row on a year over year monthly basis.

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