Posts Tagged ‘consumer’

CONSUMER ALERT: NuManna exposed – Five years of false claims, marketing fraud, fake heavy metals testing claims and misleading their own customers over storable organic food

(Natural News) CONSUMER ALERT: The NuManna company, since 2017, has continued to falsely and fraudulently claim that their organic storable food products known as “Organic Family Pack” are “Health Ranger Approved” and are being tested for heavy metals and pesticides by the “Natural News” labs. In truth, no NuManna products have been tested by the… […]

Walmart, major US retailers are canceling orders as consumer demand plunges

(Natural News) Walmart, Target and other major U.S. retailers are canceling billions of dollars in orders ahead of the coming holiday season as part of their aggressive actions to manage inventory excesses that have accumulated in the last few quarters. Analysts say this is a replay of a strategy used at the start of the […]

Consumer demand collapses as global economy IMPLODES, factories closing doors, freight demand plummets

READ HERE: We are now watching the whiplash effect of all the mad money printing that took place during covid lockdowns, which provided the world’s central banks an excuse to prop up their Ponzi markets one last time. The flood of money and debt was stabbed into the economy like an adrenaline needle into the […]

World Stocks Skid as Consumer Data Flashes Recession Worry

LONDON—Global stock markets slipped for the second straight day on Wednesday and bond yields inched lower on growing fears that policymakers bent on dampening inflation will tip their economies into recession. A succession of weak data releases in Europe and the United States has not prevented central bankers from doubling down on hawkish rhetoric. More […]

Consumer Confidence Slips in May as Pessimism Grows and Prices Keep Rising

U.S. consumers are cooling plans to buy big-ticket items or spend on summer vacations.

Breitbart Business Digest: Consumer Euphoria Breaks the Stock Market’s Slide

After seven weeks of grinding grimness, the stock market found itself in the grip of euphoria as we stumbled toward Memorial Day.

Bidenflation Sends Consumer Sentiment Crashing to Lowest Level in Over a Decade

The steeper than expected decline in consumer sentiment was caused by a drop in assessments of current conditions and an even sharper decline in hope for the future.

Consumer Warning: Fake batteries from ‘reputable’ eBay sellers

The reviews are faked. The eBay ‘sellers’ should be not only be shutdown by eBay, but also charged for fraud! MANY Australians fall victims to scammers on eBay with regards to replacement batteries for their smartphones. Whether it’s original capacity or so called hi-capacity, it’s all a scam! Popular brands like Apple,  Samsung etc are […]

Consumer Warning: Motorola Edge (2020) releases more radiation than allowed by the FCC

A new report from BanklessTimes (via AndroidCentral) lists the smartphones that emit the most radio frequency (RF) radiation. While the BanklessTimes notes that all smartphones release some level of RF Radiation, it also points out that there is no proof that such radiation can hurt humans. The SAR score for the Motorola Edge surpasses FCC […]

Government Action, Not Consumer Action, Will Stop Climate Change

Above Photo: Nathaniel St. Clair. Pointing the finger at individual consumers has been the default strategy of powerful corporations since the 1950s. Deflect blame for smog or litter or polluted waterways or carcinogens or gun violence away from manufacturers and onto John Q. Public. Make the issue about personal responsibility. “People start pollution, people can […]

Inflation Woes Push Consumer Sentiment to Decade Low

U.S. consumer sentiment plunged to a decade low in November, according to a University of Michigan survey, which blamed inflation and a growing sense among Americans that no effective policies have been put in place to rein in surging prices. The university’s most recent consumer sentiment index fell to a reading of 67.4 in November, down […]

COP26: Climate Pledges Don’t Match Up With Policies—or Consumer Behavior

After more than two weeks of negotiations during the United Nations COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, diplomats from almost 200 nations finally agreed on two major points: ramp up the fight against climate change and help at-risk countries prepare. Specifically, governments agreed to meet again next in 2022 with more robust plans to slash carbon dioxide emissions […]

Pfizer has power to ‘silence’ governments and ‘maximize profits’, consumer group alleges

By business reporter David Chau Posted Wed 20 Oct 2021 Pfizer’s revenue surged to $US19 billion in the June quarter, almost doubling in a year.(AP: Ryan Remiorz) COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer Pfizer has been accused of hiding behind a veil of secrecy to profiteer during the “worst public health crisis” in over 100 years. Key points: The company is […]

Rising Business Costs and Consumer Inflation in Focus as Earnings Season Kicks Off

As the third-quarter corporate earnings season gets underway this week, markets are about to get a sense of the degree to which rising business input costs were absorbed by firms and pulled down their bottom lines. Nineteen S&P 500 firms report earnings this week starting with the big banks. According to Refinitiv IBES forecasts, profit […]

Consumer Price Hikes Soften in August, Annual Inflation Stays Stubbornly High

The pace of consumer price inflation fell in August to its lowest monthly level since February, though the 12-month rate of inflation remained historically high, a new government report shows. The consumer price index (CPI) rose 0.3 percent in August from July, the Labor Department said in a Sept. 14 report, with consensus forecasts predicting a slightly […]

Consumer Prices Up 5.3 Percent as Food, Fuel, and Shelter Surge Higher

Consumer prices rose again in August, albeit at a slower pace than earlier in the summer. The Consumer Price Index rose 5.3 percent compared with a year ago, the Department of Labor said Tuesday. On a monthly basis, the CPI rose 0.3 percent. That continues the trend seen since January as the U.S. economy has […]

American Consumer Sentiment Crashes Below COVID Crisis Lows, Inflation Fears Rebound

By Tyler Durden Following UMich’s sentiment slump in July, analysts expect a further (modest) slide in Americans’ confidence in preliminary August data this morning. They wewre wrong, very wrong! Sentiment crashed in early August data according to UMich Sentiment survey with the headline plunging from 81.2 to 70.0 – that is weaker than the April […]

Conservative Consumer Group Releases Ads Targeting ‘Woka-Cola’

Consumers’ Research, an educational nonprofit dedicated to consumer information, launched an initiative targeting Coca-Cola for its “woke” hypocrisy as part of their larger ongoing seven-figure campaign. The nonprofit calls the effort ‘Woka-Cola,’ which highlights the company’s use of forced labor in China, their contributions to the obesity crisis, and other health concerns related to their product. The digital ad is set to […]

Consumer Confidence Increased on the Back of Low Unemployment

Australian consumer confidence has surged despite the negative economic impact of Victoria’s fourth lockdown and the emergence of a new COVID-19 cluster in Sydney. According to ANZ-Roy Morgan’s consumer confidence index, it has risen 1.3 percent this week to 112.4 points, which is above the weekly average score and 14.9 points higher than the same week […]

A global consumer tax will pay for COVID vaccine injuries, with no liability for vaccine manufacturers or the organizations that distribute them (WHO)

What Could Go Wrong? WHO Launches Global ‘No-Fault’ COVID Vaccine Injury Compensation Program The World Health Organization’s announcement this week raises questions about funding, fairness and the basic ability to execute the program, but this much is clear: taxpayers will foot the bill. READ MORE https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/who-global-no-fault-covid-vaccine-injury-compensation/?utm_source=salsa&eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=97fbd089-09df-4c4b-b6c8-ed21ed54df3b Photo: pixabay.com Share this: Like this: Like Loading… Source

Will consumer demand outstrip supply in the U.S. running up to Christmas?

In this week’s Business Line, we look at how consumers in the U.S. may not get much in the way of promotions and discounts as demand is set to outsrip supply in the retail sector. We also report on Taiwan’s hope for an economic recovery in its final quarter of 2020, as its main export […]

Consumer Spending Still Rising Even As Incomes Falter

Americans increased spending in October even as household income fell sharply, the latest twist in an economy buffeted between pandemic lockdowns, social distancing, unprecedented levels of government support through the summer, and the end of many of the coronavirus relief programs this fall. Consumer spending rose 0.5 percent, the sixth consecutive monthly increase, the Commerce […]

US Consumer Agency Confirms Probe Into Facebook Data Scandal

The political pressure on Facebook is continuing to intensify as the The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) confirmed that it has launched an official investigation. The social network giant is also facing calls on both sides of the Atlantic for more information on how its user data was leaked. A key Senator has also asked Facebook […]

FLASHBACK – The secular religion of “the Holocaust”, a tainted product of consumer society

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European consumer’s group calls for a crackdown on "bogus" health claims on sugared-up food products marketed to children

(Natural News) The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) is urging the European Commission (EC) to look into the misleading labels of “unhealthy food and beverage products” that claim to be good for its target markets. The BEUC’s recently launched campaign aims to boycott the EC’s “long-standing failure” to put an end to the […]

Oklahoma’s Exemplary AMI Smart Meters Removal and Consumer Protection Bill: A Model For Other States To Follow

By Catherine J. Frompovich You know it just had to happen!  Some scientifically-hip legislator in one of the 50 United States finally decided to introduce a bill to protect his constituents’ Constitutional rights guaranteed by both state and federal Constitutions, plus delineated the factual, independent—not consensus—science that radiofrequencies (RFs) from AMI Smart Meters […]

Why Aren’t Consumer Made Aware of Electromagnetic Pollution?

Catherine J. Frompovich, GuestWaking Times Pollution!  It’s a trendy but gloomy word designating something most people try to avoid contributing to, but not many folks realize what causes it and how it affects them. Humans and technology are the primary contributors to ALL pollution, either inadvertently or deliberately.  Manufacturing processes; obtaining raw materials and […]

Acting director of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sues Trump for appointing Mick Mulvaney instead

     The handpicked successor for Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing President Trump for appointing one of his political allies to run the agency. Lawyers for Leandra English – who was appointed acting director by former CFPB Director Richard Cordray – have filed a lawsuit in Washington, DC, federal court that seeks to halt the […]

Public Utility Consumer Abuse For Refusing AMI Smart Meters, PECO Style

August 2, 2017 By Catherine J. Frompovich Implementation of the Internet of Things (IoT) main surveillance device, the AMI Smart Meter, has caused much grief, fright, concerns and actual bodily harms from non-thermal microwaves emitted by the ZigBee radios in all smart meters in every state.  Those harms are called electromagnetic hypersensitivity […]

Maryland Will Be The First U.S. State To Ban Bee-Killing Pesticides For Consumer Use

Next Story Global bee populations are declining rapidly as a result of human impact on the environment, and there’s been a lot of buzz about it (pardon the pun). You have Honey Nut Cheerio’s launching advertising campaigns about protecting the bees, despite the fact that the company that owns them, Monsanto, has played a major role in their population decline in the […]

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