General Motors & Wall Street

General Motors Company , commonly known as GM, formerly incorporated (until 2009) as General Motors Corporation, is an American multinational automotive corporation headquartered in Detroit, Michigan and the world's largest automaker, by vehicle unit sales, in 2011. Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City, named after and centered on the eight-block-long street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan. 5.0/5

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There sure is a market in Wall Street for that to right !!! Bud well I know thats when architects like me are getting robbed again !!! And no I sure do not want to work for a boss !!! And sure dont want to become ore work for General Electrics ore General Motors ore what have you , you know !!! So what are this people on Wall Street good for actually ??? Are they planning all kind of wars ?!! YES YOUR Bianca Dordrecht Holland Brandon Bruce Lee !!!
On Wednesday, February 4, Wall Street will be keeping an eye out for financial results from General Motors
Write Down This Date: July 1st, 2014 On this date, U.S. House of Representatives Bill “H.R. 2847” goes into effect. It will usher in the true collapse of the U.S. dollar, and will make millions of Americans poorer, overnight. You now have just several months to prepare... Dear Fellow American, Hello. My name is Porter Stansberry. Fifteen years ago, I founded Stansberry & Associates Investment Research. It has since become the largest firm of its kind in the world. Today we have more paid subscribers than many of America's most popular newspapers, including Barron's and Investor's Business Daily. We specialize in financial research, and serve hundreds of thousands of paid subscribers in more than 120 countries. You may know of our firm because of the work we did over the last several years – helping investors avoid the big disasters associated with Wall Street's collapse. We warned people to avoid Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Lehman Brothers, General Motors and dozens of other companies that have sinc ...
GM tells Wall Street that more recalls are likely: DETROIT (AP) — General Motors is telling Wall Str...
General Motors fourth-quarter profit rose 2 percent from a year ago, but the company fell short of Wall Street expectations
Here is a timeline summary of the raping and pillaging of the People and City workers of Detroit by Wall Street, Snake Snyder and the Republicans of the State of Michigan who themselves were much more fiscally irresponsible than Detroit: 2008 and 2009: Wall Street banks are bailed out of insolvency by the People of the United States , including the federal tax payers of Detroit for trillions of dollars ( a trillion is a thousand billion; a billion is a thousand million). The Wall Streeters claim that the whole financial system is at risk , so even banks that are not insolvent are at risk and effectively bailed out of failure. Later some of these banks will force the bankruptcy of the City of Detroit and demand that they be paid instead of city workers, pensions and services. General Motors and Chrysler are bailed out of bankruptcy for tens of billions of dollars by the People of the US ,including Detroit taxpayers. -State of Michigan is in serious fiscal crisis and irresponsibility due to what the media t ...
Wednesday, April 02, 2014 10:24 AM Subject: Wall Street continues rising streak DJIA: 16532.61 +74.95 Nasdaq Composite: 4268.04 +69 Good morning, fellow investors It was another positive day on Wall Street with the S&P 500 Index again closing at a new all-time high of 1,885.52. The Dow Jones Industrials is still nearly 60 points away from its all time high but sentiment has continued to be positive, and April is traditionally a good month for Wall Street so the bulls would like to believe this will likely continue. Auto sales improved in March as buyers returned after a very long winter Chrysler posting a strong 13 per cent increase in sales for the month. General Motors which also reported strong March sales figures is unfortunately under the spotlight currently for a different reason. GM announced another recall on Monday and is being criticized for how it handled a different recall for faulty ignition switches which has been linked to the deaths of 13 people. CEO Mary Barra has apologized for the death ...
Wall Street Journal listed the obituaries of three investors today--the first had cancer at 72, the second had a heart attack at 78, and the third guy had General Motors at 160
US STOCKS-Profit-taking drags Wall Street lower Tue Mar 11, 2014 4:53PM EDT * GM shares fall; federal prosecutors open criminal probe -source * Fuel-cell stocks tumble after short-seller note * Copper prices fall to lowest since July 2010 * Men's Wearhouse to acquire Jos. A. Bank Clothiers * Indexes off: Dow 0.4 pct, S&P 0.5 pct, Nasdaq 0.6 pct By Rodrigo Campos New York, March 11 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday, with selling picking up late in the session, as investors cashed in some of the recent market gains, but the S&P 500 finished less than 1 percent away from a record high set last week. Indexes had swung between gains and losses in the first half of the session, as the lack of major corporate earnings or market-affecting data kept trading directionless, but they closed near the day's lows. Shares of retailers American Eagle and Urban Outfitters fell sharply after disappointing outlooks. "We just hit highs on Friday so people have a lot of profits here. They're just taking some money off th ...
Even though General Motors' fourth-quarter profit fell short of Wall Street expectations, workers will get up to $7,500 in profit-sharing checks.
did not learn this in high school:In the 1920s many big American corporations enjoyed sizeable investments in Germany. IBM established a German subsidiary, Dehomag, before World War I; in the 1920s General Motors took over Germany’s largest car manufacturer, Adam Opel AG; and Ford founded a branch plant, later known as the Ford-Werke, in Cologne. Other US firms contracted strategic partnerships with German companies. Standard Oil of New Jersey — today’s Exxon — developed intimate links with the German trust IG Farben. By the early 1930s, an élite of about twenty of the largest American corporations had a German connection including Du Pont, Union Carbide, Westinghouse, General Electric, Gilette, Goodrich, Singer, Eastman Kodak, Coca-Cola, IBM, and ITT. Finally, many American law firms, investment companies, and banks were deeply involved in America’s investment offensive in Germany, among them the renowned Wall Street law firm Sullivan & Cromwell, and the banks J. P. Morgan and Dillon, Read and ...
This is not a blog. It is a factual essay that I wrote for all those "political friends" who have been "posting blame" in all the wrong places. WHAT REALLY CAUSED THE HOUSING BUBBLE THAT BURST IN THE FALL OF 2008 LEADING TO THE ECONOMIC MESS THAT STILL AFFECTS US TODAY We have all heard the following and most of you have helped spread the rumors: 1) Wall Street corruption? 2) Democrats and their push for everyone to own a house whether they can afford it or not? 3) The secondary housing market – namely FannieMae? 4) Too many regulations? 5) Greed? 6) Big government? 7) Government spending? 8) The liberals? 9) Big banks and “TOO BIG TO FAIL”? 10) How about General Motors? Have I left anything out? Well, you add it yourself. Doesn’t really matter - you’re probably wrong anyway. I’ve talked to too many bank presidents and others in high places and no one seems to have a clue. The answer to the bubble is none of the above. Before you proceed, think about the word “enable” while you read be ...
"The widow sobbed at the audacity of the pimp-suited businessman who..cheated her of a beautiful life (by causing her husband's death). He was everything wrong. He took no responsibility for the lives he ruined. He blamed others. He hid behind slogans and excuses. He was Kwame Kilpatrick. He was General Motors. He was Wall Street. He was modern America. He was a cheater." Charlie LeDuff; Detroit, An American Autopsy.
US, Chrysler asks permission to return to trading on Wall Street again By " La Recontra Oferta Newspaper " LRON at San Jose, CA US 15:10PM 09.25.2013 Six years after stopping payments , Chrysler now formally initiates the process to return to trading on Wall Street. The initial idea , according to the first documentation delivered securities regulator in the U.S., is to make the sale shares worth $ 100 million . It is a small but important step for the ambitious plans of the Italian Sergio Marchionne , boss of Fiat . The aim is that the union of the automobile in the U.S. can start selling the party in control in the third Detroit automaker since its restructuring . Fiat , the U.S. group's majority shareholder , could well be the 41.5 % stake it does not control in society. In addition , the start of the operation is the sign that the industry left behind the ghosts of the recession. General Motors returned to Wall Street three years ago . Around the parquet is serving the U.S. Treasury to release of capi ...
Sam Walton  could be one of the most understated and under-recognized names in the history of the United States. Much to his delight, his influence on the very way that we live went largely unrecognized for most of his life. There can be few people who have made such an impression on the lives of every family in the country than Walton. His iconic Wal-Mart stores are everywhere, the largest chain of retail stores and responsible for a considerable proportion of the entire retail industry. Wal-Mart has become so influential that its financial reports and regular trading projections represent much awaited news on Wall Street. The company that Sam Walton founded ranks number four on the list of Fortune 500 companies, behind only General Motors, Ford and Exxon. Walton personified the true meaning of the American dream and is responsible for opening up an army of company stockholders and employees to similar dreams. He was a child of the Great Depression and from a very early age showed considerable charisma, ...
Stock futures up ahead of factory-orders data. U.S. stock market futures rose modestly on Tuesday, with a pullback in Europe and China stocks keeping a lid on gains. Factory orders data due later are expected to show a continuation of positive trends, while auto sales are also forecast to be upbeat. Futures came off earlier highs, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJU3 +0.22% up 13 points to 14,895, and those for the Standard & Poor’s 500 index SPU3 +0.32% up 2.1 points to 1,608.80. The Nasdaq 100 index NDU3 +0.28% rose 5.75 points to 2,922.75. At 10 a.m. Eastern Time, the Commerce Department is due to release a report on factories. Economists expect new orders for manufactured goods rose 1.9% in May after a 1% gain in April. Data released Monday showed activity rebounded in June for manufacturers, which helped drive more gains for Wall Street stocks. U.S. auto-sales data for June will also be released from the likes of Ford Motor Co. F +1.75% and General Motors Co. GM +2.07% . Analysts expect m ...
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From : NEWS FOCUS An Ongoing Search For The Truth In Our World www.newsfocus.org Trilateral Commission An Organizational Arm For The New World Order The Trilateral Commission The Trilateral Commission was founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski. It has headquarters in New York, Paris, and Tokyo. It is said to be funded by the tax-exempt giants like Ford, Lilly Endowment, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the German Marshall Fund, and corporations such as Time, Bechtel, Exxon, General Motors, Wells-Fargo, etc. Its membership is composed of past and present presidents, ambassadors, secretaries of state, Wall Street investors, NATO and pentagon military personnel, international bankers, foundation executives, media owners, university presidents and professors, senators and congressmen, and wealthy industrialists and entrepreneurs. "The Trilateral Commission was formally established in 1973 and consisted of leaders in business, banking, government, and mass media from North America, Western Euro ...
Professor Antony Sutton (economic historian), uncovered factual material evidence documenting the role played The Deutsche Verteidigungs Dienst (DVD), is the secretive pan-German Nazi Strategic Continuum allegedly controlled by globalists Morgan, Rockefeller, General Electric Company, Standard Oil, National City Bank, Chase and Manhattan banks, Kuhn, Loeb and Company, General Motors, Ford, and other industrialists, in helping to finance the Nazis. Providing errefutable material evidence Professor Sutton provides bank statements, letters from U.S. ambassadors, mainstream media sources, Congressional Records, excerpts from Congressional Investigations, and statements from the Nuremberg trials. Wall Street's funding of the Nazis is part of authentic history. Professor Sutton wrote that "General Motors, Ford, General Electric, DuPont," and other "U.S. companies intimately involved with the development of Nazi Germany were ... controlled by the Wall Street elite," such as "the J.P. Morgan firm, the Rockefeller ...
The Background of the Present Communist Regime: The background of the mess in which you are right now goes far beyond the trouble with General Motors, the Wall Street bankers, or Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Since the days of “Slick Willie” Clinton (1994–2000), the main task of CBS, ABC, NBC, CNN, Time, Life, Newsweek, and National Public Radio has been to convince the American public that the greatest threats to the internal security of the nation are: A. “Racists” (i.e., white separatists; not black radicals). B. Street preachers (called “dangerous religious fanatics.”). C. “Straights” (meaning normal people who think sex perverts are fi lthy and disgusting). D. “Male chauvinism” (i.e., people who think the man should be the head of the household). E. Law-abiding citizens who stock up on guns and food: they are considered “potential terrorists.” F. Parents who use corporal punishment to discipline their children: they’re “child abusers.” Evidently the News Media has been i ...
Frank Marshall Davis wrote columns about the following: Rejected and blasted Winston Churchill; Villification and targetting of General Motors to nationalize it; Favoring taxpayer funding of universal health care; Supporting of government stimulus and trumpeting public sector over the private sector; Constant bashing of Wall Street; Using of slogans such as "change" and "forward"; Attacking of tax cuts that "spare the rich" and that only "benefit millionaires"; Singling out the corporation executive and rich people for not paying their fair share; Excortiation of the "tentacles of big business" banks, big oil, "excess profits" corporate fat cats and their "fat contracts," "millionaires" and "rich men" and the wealthy. We just experienced a presidential candidate who reiterated these same ideas - Barack Obama. For your information, Frank Marshall Davis was the "mentor" of one Barack Obama when he attended Occidental College. Frank Marshall Davis is a card carrying member of the Communist Party USA who was ...
No Bail-Out For Hostess ?? 18,000 employees just lost their jobs, not to mention all the suppliers (sugar, flour, gas etc. ...) Did they donate to prez Obama like General Motors, Wall Street and the Banks did?? Guess Not. And First Lady Michelle attacks on junk food and black Olympians eating McDonalds, had it in for Twinkies, too !!! Is there no justice?
Some of Obama's achievements: Prevented the economy from hitting bottom with the stimulus plan that plowed govt dollars into hiring, achieved long sought health care legislation, enacted a firewall to prevent a relapse of the Wall Street fiasco, backed a federal bailout to save auto industry jobs, ended the war in Iraq and oversaw the raid that ended in the death of Osama Bin Laden. "Osama is dead and General Motors is alive."
In spite of Republican obstructionism, Obama has had many accomplishments. Here's a short list, without too much embellishment: the auto bailout that saved the American car industry along with about a million jobs; Obama care, which will provide health insurance for an additional 30 million people; the repeal of Don't ask, Don't tell; the support of *** marriage; the administrative decision to implement the Dream Act on an interim basis in lieu of Republican's killing the legislation; the ending of the war in Iraq and the setting of a firm date of 2014 as the end of the Afghanistan war; the passage of Dodd-Frank, the law that begins to regulate Wall Street so that it does not destroy America a second time; the outlawing of torture ("enhanced interrogation" in the lingo of George Bush and *** Cheney); and the vigorous war on terrorism — Bin Laden is dead, and as Vice-President Biden said, General Motors is alive. Enough said.
By Liz Peek; In the second presidential debate, Mr. Obama attacked early on, saying, “Governor Romney said we should let Detroit go bankrupt.” Note to Obama fans: GM did go bankrupt – filing for Chapter 11 protection against its creditors on June 1, 2009. It’s what happened next that the president can take credit for – a handout of $49.5 billion in taxpayer money to GM, some $27 billion of which remains outstanding, and another $17 billion to its financial arm Ally Financial, which still owes $14.7 billion. In other words, Obama didn’t save General Motors; American taxpayers did, with an assist from the Federal Reserve. While liberals rant about the bailouts of Wall Street, it is worthwhile noting that of the $417 billion in TARP funds spent to stabilize the economy, only $65 billion has yet to be repaid – and more than half of that is owed by GM and Chrysler. The latest TARP report from the Congressional Budget Office says that the government invested nearly $80 billion in those two auto gi ...
Joe Biden is right about the auto bailout. There was a President who bucked a public outraged about the Wall Street bailout, and loud criticisms from within his own party, to make an unpopular decision that ended up saving tens of thousand of jobs and putting Detroit on the road to recovery. Biden, in his rousing campaign speech in Toledo, Ohio, on Thursday, was also right about Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich when he criticized them for refusing to support the auto bailout back in 2008 and 2009. In putting dogma and electoral calculus before the national interest, the Republican candidates acted like craven politicians rather than national leaders. At the end of 2008, General Motors and Chrysler were bleeding billions of dollars a month, and nobody in the private sector wanted to lend to them. Even the supposedly liberal Brookings Institution put out a report saying they should be allowed to go bust, with their factories and machinery being sold off to the highest bidder. Today, things look ...
“We got back every dime we used to rescue the financial system, but we also passed a historic law to end taxpayer-funded Wall Street bailouts for good. “ someone said, but, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac still owe you $140 Billion, General Motors $25 Billion GMAC $11 Billion, AIG $2.5 Billion, and there are more.
i'm really confused as to why people keep makin it seem like Obama has done nothing for this country. i'm not tryin to start a war on my but please, inform me of why he's such a bad president... but before you do that consider this. when he took office we were facing the biggest debt crisis we've seen since the Great Depression and if it wasn't handled properly would have surely been WORSE than the Great Depression. stabalized Wall Street after the stock market CRASHED. kept General Motors from going under. created millions of jobs. has been endorsing ways for students to fight student loans and been pushing for more scholarship and grant funding. got our troops out of Iraq (where we were never supposed to even be in the FIRST place). got Bin Laden. managed to avoid a nuclear crisis with North Korea. got the health care reform passed which takes health care out of the hands of corporations trying to turn well being into a business. and this is just the stuff i can think of off the top of my head... so yea ...
Yes, I'm better off than 4 years ago FROMA HARROP Are you better off today than you were four years ago? Ronald Reagan’s 1980 campaign zinger is back in 2012. Let’s see. Four years ago . . . four years ago. That was September 2008. Oh yes, I remember it well. It was a time of white-knuckled panic that a new Great Depression was upon us. The banks were teetering, then insurance companies, then other big corporate names, notably General Motors. Stock prices were plunging along with house values. But even before that craziness started, the federal budget was snowing blizzard-condition deficits — the inevitable pile-up from reckless tax cuts and accelerated spending. These were the last months of the George W. Bush administration. It was when Bush launched both the Wall Street and Detroit bailouts, not because he found them ideologically agreeable, but because it was that or the abyss. Do you remember Sept. 29, 2008, when Republican hotheads in the House, helped by some on the left, rejected the bank ba ...
From the WSJ, AUg 31, page A14 Somehow, I find the reflective review of the WSJ more objective than the knee-jerk analysis of MSNBC. I'm not convinced that Ms Cutter knows what a lie is. There is no delicate way to describe ignorance. That one has a live mic in front of her face does not confer accuracy or authority. The Janesville President Paul Ryan quotes Barack Obama from 2008. Democrats are outraged. From their fainting couches, the press corps "fact checkers" and the liberals who love them are having a spell over Paul Ryan's Tampa convention speech. How dare he so much as mention the Wisconsin assembly plant that President Obama promised to keep open but didn't? The claim is that there was nothing the White House could do, because the General Motors facility in Mr. Ryan's hometown of Janesville was already starting to idle production and slated for closure when Mr. Obama took office. Therefore the empty production lines are George W. Bush's fault, like everything else in the last four years. But ...
The following are 45 signs that China is colonizing America - It was recently announced that China’s Dalian Wanda Group has bought U.S. Movie theater chain AMC Entertainment for a whopping2.6 billion dollars. This deal represents China’s biggest corporate takeover of a U.S. Firm ever. Earlier this month, the Federal Reserve announced that it has given approval for banks owned by the Chinese government to buy stakes in U.S.-owned banks. A few days ago Reuters reported that China is now able to completely bypass Wall Street and purchase U.S. Debt directly from the U.S. Treasury Department. A recent investigation by the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services found more than one million counterfeit Chinese parts in the Department of Defense supply chain. How in the world could we be so stupid? After being bailed out by U.S. Taxpayers, General Motors is currently involved in 11 joint ventures with companies owned by the Chinese government. The price for entering into many of these “joint ventures” was ...
A top-selling new book examines one of President Obama's mentors, who happened to be a card-carrying communist and was listed on the FBI's "Security Index" during the Cold War with the Soviet Union. The book is called, The Communist, Frank Marshall Davis: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor. Author Paul Kengor explained to CBN News that even though many people don't recognize his name, Davis played an important role in Obama's upbringing. "The grandfather, Stanley Dunham actually was searching for a black male father figure, mentor for his grandson, because Obama didn't have one because of his biological father. And so, of all people, Stanley Dunham picked Frank Marshall Davis," Kengor said. "I found Davis just constantly bashing General Motors, bashing Wall Street, bashing the rich and millionaires and Republican tax cuts, favoring redistribution of wealth to public works projects to get America out of a Great Depression," Kengor explained. "Calling for taxpayer funding of universal health care - a ...
Little Giant Ladders
A well known candidate has taken some of their largest campaign donations from groups like : American Bankers Association, American Express, Bank of America, Capital One, CitiGroup, Eli Lilly, Duke Energy, Federal National Mortgage Association, Fifth Third Bank, General Electric (GE), General Motors (GM), MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Petroleum Marketers Association, Pfizer, Raytheon, Rolls-Royce, Sallie Mae, and Goldman Sachs. To that, I have a few questions : 1) What candidate has no issue with accepting donations from such a diverse gathering that includes Wall Street, Financial Institutions, Drug Companies, Utility/Energy Companies, and Auto Companies ? 2) Would knowing that they are heavily financed by companies like Raytheon, Bank of America, Pfizer, Goldman Sachs, and Sallie Mae effect how you view a candidate ? 3) Do you think with those kind of contributors, the candidate could truly represent the people rather than the companies that finance their campaigns ?
Wall Street: Overall pay will remain frozen again this year for chief executives of American International Group Inc., General Motors Co., and Ally Financial Inc., three firms that haven't repaid all their government bailouts, the Treasury Department said on Friday. Treasury gained power in 2009 to approve executive compensation at firms that received exceptional federal assistance, following public outrage at big bonuses paid at AIG after the financial crisis bailouts. CEOs at AIG, GM and Ally didn't request pay increases this year, people familiar with the matter said.
Over at the Washington Examiner, Timothy P. Carney makes a crucial distinction that remains lost to too many Republicans (and their critics): President Obama has thrown taxpayer money at General Motors and Chrysler, touted the bailout of Wall Street, extended $25 billion in export loan guarantees to...
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