We notice that the reaction to this recent advert is ramping up as stock fortunes fade.
Accordingly . . .
The Kansas GOP seems to be putting more cash behind getting this message out with very little push back.
Their argument . . .
"Your vote for more reckless spending and 87,000 new IRS agents won’t fix crushing inflation, skyrocketing gas and grocery prices, or unaffordable healthcare."
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The CEO's pessimism came after FedEx missed estimates on revenue and earnings in its first quarter.
US stocks fell on Fridayafter FedEx served investors a brutal pre-earnings announcement about the state of the global economy. The Dow closed down 140 points, or 0.5%, lower. The S&P 500 fell 0.7% and the Nasdaq Composite was down 0.9%. All three major indexes logged their fourth losing week out of the last five.
By Annabelle Liang Business reporter Interest rate hikes by central banks around the world could trigger a global recession in 2023, the World Bank has said. Central banks have raised rates "with a degree of synchronicity not seen over the past five decades" to tackle soaring prices, it said.
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