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Tuesday, 02 June 2009 16:08

Ford market share grows in the US

Ford reports its market share in May in the US was the highest since 2006 as the big carmakers release their sales figures.
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US stocks falter on GM woes Times Online, UK The US stock market made a poor start to trading today as General Motors (GM) edged closer to bankruptcy and Treasury yields rose to their highest level in six months, raising fears that ballooning US government debt could hurt a recovery in the ...
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Inpact on Southampton bankruptcy rates This Is, UK “Despite the credit crunch, levels of consumer debt in the system remain at record levels. Combined with the highest unemployment levels since 1997 and rapidly increasing negative equity, it is no surprise that we are seeing the highest levels of ...
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Bakersfield Now Check Out Line: Get ready for another going-out-of-business sale Reuters UK, UK The auction is subject to bankruptcy court approval. Liquidation sales in the current environment of lower consumer spending are not unusual. In November, Circuit City Stores became the highest-profile retailer to file for bankruptcy during the ... Gottschalks Completes Bankruptcy Auction Earthtimes (press release) all 206 news articles
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STOCKS NEWS US-Energy, banks fuel Wall St comeback Reuters UK, UK Bankruptcy would hurt companies that do business with GM, he said. Further layoffs would be imminent, which would hurt consumer psychology even more. "We have a 8.1 percent unemployment rate, the highest since 1983," he said. "Now we're talking about a ...
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