She then touted her prophetic abilities by claiming, "I warned about an economic crash years before the 2008 crisis, but the people in power wouldn't listen". The senator also highlighted last week's data from the Federal Reserve showing manufacturing has contracted in the USA for the past two quarters, "despite Trump's promises of a manufacturing 'renaissance.'" Whether that foretells a downturn remains a question: Factory output weakened in both 2015 and 2016 and the economy avoided ...
Equifax also agreed to pay the states $175 million, including an agreement to send almost $1.4 million to Kentucky's general fund. Equifax also agreed that starting with January 2020 to provide consumers with six free credit reports each year for seven years.
According to the company, a "localized engine bay fire may occur" in worst-case scenarios. Volvo said it would contact all owners of the affected cars by letter. Drivers are being told it is "safe to continue to use your car" if it does not show any signs of a problem, such as an engine warning light illuminating, a lack of power or an "unusual smell".
National Ice Cream Day is today, which further proves that July is the best month of the year . It's National Ice Cream Day and with all of this heat, a day set aside for these frozen treats is just what's needed. PetSmart - Free 4-ounce dog-safe ice cream topped with a dog biscuit at stores with PetsHotel facilities, while supplies last. Johnny Rockets restaurants are giving out free shakes with the purchase of an entrée on Sunday for National Ice Cream Day 2019.
The new Chevrolet Corvette doesn't look much like earlier versions of the classic American sports vehicle. The design study fascinated him and was probably what brought him to GM in the first place. These include the Space Age hot rod CERV (Chevrolet Engineering Research Vehicle) I and II cars of 1960 and 1964, the curvaceous Astro II of 1968, the angular Aerovette of 1974, and the amorphously rounded Corvette Indy and CERV III of 1986 and 1990.
The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies stood little changed at 96.841 after losing roughly 0.5% overnight to a two-week low of 96.671 in the wake of comments from the Fed's Williams. Stocks had started the day higher, as investors got excited about the possibility of a bigger-than-expected interest rate cut at the end of the month.