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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

eventualities understood or not....!

eventualities understood or not....!

US & World News, 02/03/09
Tuesday, Feb 3, 2009 @08:20am CST
US/World Summary
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January Auto Sales Expected To Hit 27-Year Low
(Detroit, MI) -- Auto sales numbers for January are due out today, and the news is not expected to be good.
January auto sales are predicted to hit 27-year lows, continuing a 15-month slide that has left the industry reeling.
The automotive website Edmunds.com expects January sales for Chrysler to plummet 48 percent from last year, and predicts a 38 percent drop for General Motors.
Ford is expected to post a 30-percent slump from last January's numbers.
Overall, U.S. auto sales fell 18 percent last year, hitting a 16-year low.
http://tristatehomepage.com/content/fulltext/?cid=53441
...you tell me how long does a 27 year slump in sales takes
to "unslump"...?
...especially if your sales are of so low volumes...!
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Oil holds above $40 after more grim economic news
By ALEX KENNEDY, Associated Press Writer Alex Kennedy, Associated Press Writer – Tue Feb 3, 4:52 am ET
SINGAPORE – Oil prices held above $40 a barrel Tuesday in Asia after being dragged down overnight by more grim U.S. economic news that pointed to a deepening recession in the world's largest economy.

Light, sweet crude for March delivery rose 31 cents to $40.39 a barrel by late afternoon in Singapore in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract fell $1.60 overnight to settle at $40.08.
Oil prices have fallen about 72 percent since peaking at $147.27 a barrel in mid July as a financial crisis in the U.S. sub-prime mortgage sector mushroomed into the worst worldwide economic slowdown in decades.
"I think the world is underestimating the power of this recession," said Christoffer Moltke-Leth, head of sales trading for Saxo Capital in Singapore. "It's still unfolding. It could be really, really ugly," he said.
Moltke-Leth expects oil to fall to as low as $28 a barrel by the end of the March.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090203/ap_on_bi_ge/oil_prices_13
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Tuesday, 3rd February 2009 - 08:29CET
IBM computer will have power of 2 million laptops
Seven months after IBM delivered the world's fastest supercomputer, it has announced an even speedier one with the computing power of 2 million laptops.
IBM said on Tuesday it is developing the technology for its new Sequoia computer, with delivery scheduled in 2011 to the Department of Energy for use at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Sequoia will chug along at 20 petaflops per second and is one order of magnitude quicker than its predecessor. The earlier machine, delivered in June to the Energy Department, broke the 1 petaflop barrier.
Peta is a term for quadrillion and FLOP stands for floating point operations per second.
Sequoia, and a smaller computer called Dawn, are being built in Rochester, Minnesota, for use in simulating nuclear tests. IBM says they can also be used for complex tasks like weather forecasting or oil exploration.
IBM says Sequoia will be highly energy-efficient for the job it does but even so will occupy 96 refigerator-sized racks in an area the size of a big house -- 3,422 square feet (318 square metres).
http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20090203/world-news/ibm-computer-will-have-power-of-2-million-laptops
...2MILLION NOTEBOOKS ARE NOT A SEQUOIA....they would be if you
could "effectively zum", the speed, etc...!!!
...when will canada have a computer this size...?
...they might not see the need for one...! ! !
...nor "have" the money for it...! ! !
...the same as they do not have other "equipment"...!
...they rely on "allies"...!, or submit to a conqueror...!
...and do not care of they are "f....cked", in the process and outcome...!
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World Stocks Sink on Profit Worries
February 3, 2009, 6:35 am
World stocks hit a one-week low and the euro set a two-month trough against the dollar on Monday as nervousness grew about poor economic data and falling corporate profits in a rapidly slowing global economy.
A closely-watched euro zone survey showed the region’s manufacturing business shrank again albeit at a slower pace in January while factory prices tumbled at their fastest rate in at least six years, leaving scope for further interest cuts from the European Central bank.
Furthermore, investors are braced for a slew of fourth-quarter corporate earnings especially from the United States which are likely to show deteriorating corporate profits.
http://dealbook.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/03/world-stocks-sink-on-profit-worries/
...what goes up has to come down in the game of stocks, and
World economy...
...and always there are losers, that is most of the population,
and the big winners...!
...do not think this very big World slump, is a "fortuitous" event entirely...!
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Walker's World: China's debts mount up
By MARTIN WALKER (UPI Editor Emeritus)
Published: February 02, 2009
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- Partly because so much of China's bad economic news emerged while Premier Wen Jiabao was at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the gloom about China's collapsing exports and rising unemployment and unrest has become intense.
Nonetheless, China's war chest of American Treasury bonds and securities and its hard currency holdings still total $2 trillion, which may be the largest single store of liquid wealth available on Earth.
However, the problem that has yet to penetrate the consciousness of the markets, let alone that of American policymakers, is that Chinese corporations have to roll over some $2.4 trillion of external debt this year. These are not easy times to find bankers who are willing to help.
On the one hand, the bankers need the money to build up their own capital base and fend off threats of bankruptcy. On the other hand, governments are putting heavy pressure on their own banks to lend, but to lend particularly to domestic borrowers rather than to customers abroad.
http://www.metimes.com/Security/2009/02/02/walkers_world_chinas_debts_mount_up/c6c0/
...and if you play "dirty" with the "exchange", you have more "ying-yangs",
to buy more dollars, or pounds...!
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