• Lowe’s Liquidation Auctions: Shop appliances, pallets & more!0

    FinafThe first Lowe’s store as we know it today was opened in 1946. The chain now has 1,840 stores in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. For the first quarter of 2021 alone, sales reached $24.4 billion! You probably associate Lowe’s with its vast selection of home improvement products, appliances, garden center, tools, paint, lumber,

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  • Calculated Risk: October 21st COVID-19: Progress0

    by Calculated Risk on 10/21/2021 03:49:00 PM According to the CDC, on Vaccinations.  Total doses administered: 411,010,650, as of a week ago 405,444,558, or 0.80 million doses per day. COVID Metrics   Today WeekAgo Goal Percent fully Vaccinated 57.2% 56.7% ≥70.0%1 Fully Vaccinated (millions) 189.9 188.3 ≥2321 New Cases per Day3 73,079 86,045 ≤5,0002 Hospitalized3

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  • Respect the Trump Pump – Timothy Sykes0

    Respect the Trump Pump: Key Takeaways StocksToTrade’s Breaking News Chat alerted the Trump SPAC news premarket this morning*… Retail traders pile into Trump SPAC, sending it soaring over 350%… HEED THIS LESSON ABOUT THE DANGERS OF SHORTING… Here’s how top traders find the hottest news that can supercharge stock spikes Look at “failed businessman” Donald

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  • Occupancy Rate Down 10% Compared to Same Week in 20190

    by Calculated Risk on 10/21/2021 02:05:00 PM Note: Since occupancy declined sharply at the onset of the pandemic, CoStar is comparing to 2019. U.S. hotel occupancy reached its highest level since mid-August, while room rates dipped from the previous week, according to STR‘s latest data through October 16. October 10-16, 2021 (percentage change from comparable

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  • Solid Imports, Weak Exports in September0

    by Calculated Risk on 10/21/2021 01:56:00 PM Notes: The expansion to the Panama Canal was completed in 2016 (As I noted a few years ago), and some of the traffic that used the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach is probably going through the canal. This might be impacting TEUs on the West Coast.

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  • Holiday Supply Chain Issues: What’s Behind Them and How to Weather the Storm0

    As we round out 2021, it can seem tired and pointless to rehash the last two years and all the ways that a global pandemic has reshaped our lives. We just want to move on, and an end to this phase does seem to be slowly creeping into sight. But for many businesses, supply chain

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