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    Change. Is not always such a good thing.

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    Change. Is not always such a good thing.

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      Dow 7,888.72 -260.29 (-3.19%)
      NASDAQ 1,467.19 -9.22 (-0.62%)
      S&P 813.94 -11.94 (-1.45%)

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      • #4
        I think in your case change is a good thing

        <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by SonofMichael:
        Change. Is not always such a good thing. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
        Regards and thanks,
        Mary Josephine :-)

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        • #5
          A change would do you good SoM
          "What you see in the photograph isn't what you saw at the time. The real skill of photography is organized visual lying."

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          • #6
            Some change is not so good

            Change you can't believe in

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            • #7
              Change is not always whats its cracked up to be...


              Jobless claims soar in grim labor market
              Jobless claims soar in grim labor market

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              • #8
                You must be so proud to have voted for him at this point !!!

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                • #9
                  CHANGE. YOU CAN KEEP IT.

                  Employers slash 598K jobs in Jan., most since `74
                  Friday February 6, 8:55 am ET
                  By Jeannine Aversa, AP Economics Writer
                  Employers slash 598,000 jobs in Jan., most since `74; unemployment rate bolts to 7.6 percent

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                  • #10
                    Employers cut 15,300 more jobs
                    Labor hits keep on coming as several large companies push workforce reductions.Last Updated: January 29, 2009: 11:53 AM ET

                    AMERICA'S MONEY CRISIS
                    Bailout worries temper gains
                    Employment index worst in 35 years
                    Bond prices slump
                    Early selloff on Wall Street
                    Fannie, Freddie to ease mortgage payments?
                    Caution: Layoffs ahead
                    NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- The job market took another savage beating after several companies announced cost cutting plans that involved thousands of job cuts.

                    Ford Motor Credit (FCZ), the financing arm of the struggling U.S. automaker, announced Wednesday it will cut 1,200 jobs, or 20% of its workforce. The company said the cuts were necessary due to slumping car sales.

                    On Wednesday, Aircraft maker and defense contractor Boeing Co. was one of the largest casualties of the day, saying it would cut an additional 5,500 jobs this year, bringing its total cuts to 10,000 as the company struggles with dwindling demand for new aircraft.

                    Earlier this month, Boeing (BA, Fortune 500) announced plans to shed 4,500 jobs in its Commercial Airplanes division. But the additional job cuts will be across various other parts of the company.

                    Coffee chain Starbucks Corp. (SBUX, Fortune 500) also said it would be cutting up to 6,700 jobs, mostly due to store closings and a slower rate of store openings.

                    Meanwhile insurance giant Allstate Corp. (ALL, Fortune 500) said it would be cutting 1,000 jobs over the next two years, Internet company AOL, a division of CNNMoney.com parent Time Warner, intends to cut 700 jobs, according to an internal memo, and health care company Abbott Laboratories said it would be cutting 200 positions.

                    Electronics parts maker Jabil Circuit (JBL, Fortune 500) announced plans to eliminate 3,000 jobs on a global basis, and Japanese automaker Nissan (NSANY) said it would be cutting 110 U.S. jobs as it closes four regional offices.

                    Computer maker Dell Inc. (DELL, Fortune 500) also said it would be reducing the size of its workforce, but did not specify by how much.

                    Wednesday's announcements bring the total number of job cuts this week to more than 100,000. On Monday alone, seven companies from a broad range of industries announced a total of 71,400 job cuts.

                    The news comes on the same day the Labor Department reported that the total number of mass layoffs in 2008 was the highest level since 2001.

                    The government defines mass layoffs as those that involve "at least 50 persons from a single employer."

                    First Published: January 28, 2009: 1:54 PM ET

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                    • #11
                      Stocks slide on bank bailout details
                      Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner says the plan will 'cost money, involve risk and take time.' The Senate is set for final vote on its stimulus bill. GM plans to cut 10,000 jobs; UBS posts a loss and will cut jobs.

                      [Related content: stocks, investments, stock market, financial crisis, economy]
                      By Charley Blaine and Elizabeth Strott
                      Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner unveiled the government's new "Financial Stability Plan" this morning, and investors lost no time showing their displeasure.

                      Stocks plunged as Geithner began to speak. At 11:40 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 289 points to 7,982. The Nasdaq Composite Index had tanked 49 points to 1,542, and the Standard & Poor's 500 Index had lost 32 points to 838.

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                      • #12
                        One H E C K of a job Bama !!!

                        Markets »
                        Updated: 1:20 pm ET, February 10
                        -349.73(-4.23%)Dow 7,921.14-54.78(-3.44%)Nasdaq 1,536.78-37.89(-4.36%)S&P 832.00

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                        • #13
                          Change. Not always such a great idea.



                          This table charts the key U.S. financial indices by their last reported value and change since the most recent trading day opened. Index Last Change
                          Dow 7,875.50 -395.37 (-4.78%)
                          NASDAQ 1,526.40 -65.16 (-4.09%)
                          S&P 825.75 -44.14 (-5.07%)

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                          • #14
                            Change. Sometimes its the same mess as before. Next time you want change, vote Libertarian !!!


                            Markets »
                            Updated: 3:40 pm ET, February 10
                            -411.94(-4.98%)Dow 7,858.93-69.54(-4.37%)Nasdaq 1,522.02-46.09(-5.30%)S&P 823.80

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                            • #15
                              <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by SonofMichael:
                              Some change is not so good

                              Change you can't believe in </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
                              That video should be called something other than Hitler = Obama.
                              It doesn't show any comparisons at all.

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