Monday, October 6, 2008

ASk your boss if you are needed tomorrow

Biggest FTSE Fall For 20 Years

The FTSE 100 index of leading UK shares has suffered its biggest one-day fall since the 1987 crash amid the deepening global financial crisis.

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10 thoughts on “ASk your boss if you are needed tomorrow

  • Landedgentry says:

    ASk your boss if you are needed tomorrow

    hahahahaha!

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  • Whostolemyendowment says:

    Can’t – he seems to have disappeared early!

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  • Oil trading well below $90.

    I saw $87 earlier!

    This situation could result in a lot of Private Sector redundancies. When this happens there are less tax payers and more people on benefits.

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  • E-bay laying off 1000 jobs today.

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  • titanicCap – now thats what i call a bearish scenario! I doubt very much that everyone will get the minimum wage – well not for quite a while at any rate!

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  • tc that deserves a log fire

    it’s a bu££er forgettin to put in your password

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  • planning4acrash says:

    I can make far more money foraging berries and other stuff, canning and selling it, than i ever could at minimum wage. I can pick £50worth of berries in an hour in August. Cob, beech & chestnuts now in season. Kelp & shellfish also easy to pimp right now.

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  • matt_the_hat says:

    @titaniccaptain

    When you find a useful application of Gold tell me first – then I can sell all my holdings

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  • titanic

    You’re right it’s useless stuff. Send any you get to me, I”ll dispose of it properly for you.

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  • SHARES DROPPING DOES NOT RISK PEOPLE’S JOBS. A company’s ability to pay workers derives solely from their *revenues* and cash flow, not from the share price. The only case in which it could is if their loans were somehow secured on shares, which would generally mean that the loan vendor took the hit on their balance sheet, but it could cause loan repayments to be higher.

    Dropping share prices could be symptomatic of a loss of confidence, or due to lower-than-expected consumption of goods, but this one is yet another deflating bubble.

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