Friday, April 23, 2010
Food Prices Jumps 2.4% (Largest in 26 Years)
In the month of March, food prices jumps 2.4%, the largest jump in 26 years. This week, Lockheed Martin and Boeing announced layoffs, while Detroit, Cobb County and Connecticut sent pink slips to thousands of teachers. It looks like somewhere between 100,000 and 300,000 teachers will be laid out this year nationwide.
I've been telling people to store up on food and water for over one year. I have told uploaded countless videos on youtube demonstrating my preparation for what I believe to be an upcoming period of turmoil for this country. At this point, I can only hope that people were listening.
Food costs jumped 2.4 percent, the largest increase in 26 years.
More Layoffs At Lockheed Martin
Boeing issues layoff notices to 130 in state, 300 companywide
Cobb schools cut 734 jobs
2,000 Connecticut Teachers Face Layoffs Before Next School Year
DPS sends layoff notices to 2,000 teachers
Goldman Sachs Should Cut Losses in SEC Standoff, Lawyers Say
Greek Deficit Revised to 13.6%; Moodys Cuts Rating
U.K. GDP Rises Half as Much as Economists Forecast
US demands Chinese action on yuan