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umm USA hanging in there, football is a funny game if you can hang on you might only need one chance
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By Yimou Lee TAIPEI (Reuters) - Foxconn's flagship iPhone plant in China is set to see its November shipments further reduced by the latest bout of worker unrest this week, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday, as thousands of employees left the site. The company could now see more than 30% of the site's November production affected, up from an internal estimate of up to 30% when the factory's worker troubles started in late October, the source said. The site, which is the only factory where Foxconn makes premium iPhone models, including the iPhone 14 Pro, is unlikely to resume full production by the end of this month, the source added. The world's largest Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone factory has been grappling with strict COVID-19 restrictions that have fuelled discontent among workers and disrupted production ahead of Christmas and January's Lunar New Year holiday, as many workers were either put into isolation or fled the plant. It has fuelled concerns over Apple's ability to deliver products for the busy holiday period, as the Zhengzhou plant accounts for 70% of global iPhone shipments and produces the U.S. company's popular iPhone 14 models. On Wednesday workers, most of whom were new recruits hired in recent weeks, clashed with security personnel. Many claimed they were misled over compensation benefits at the factory, and others complained about sharing dormitories with colleagues who had tested positive for COVID. Foxconn apologised for a pay-related "technical error" when hiring on Thursday, and later offered 10,000 yuan ($1,400) to protesting new recruits who agreed to resign and leave. The source said more than 20,000 workers, mostly new hires not yet working on production lines, took the money and left. Videos posted on Chinese social media on Friday showed crowds and long lines of luggage-laden workers queuing for buses. "It's time to go home," one person posted. Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, declined to comment. Apple, which said on Thursday it had staff at the factory, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Friday. The plant, before its woes began, employed more than 200,000 staff. It has dormitories, restaurants, basketball courts and a football pitch across its sprawling roughly 1.4 million-square-metre (15 million-square-foot) facility. Another Foxconn source familiar with the matter said some new hires had left the campus but did not elaborate on how many. This person said that because the people leaving had not yet been trained or begun to work, their departures would not cause further harm to current production. "The incident has a big impact on our public image but little on our (current) capacity. Our current capacity is not affected," the source said. "There's only so much corporate can do on pandemic prevention ... It's been a problem for a while. This is a problem faced by everyone," the person said, pointing to other worker unrest triggered by rigid COVID restrictions, including upheaval at another Apple supplier, Quanta, in May. Foxconn shares closed down 0.5%, lagging the broader market, which ended flat. ($1 = 7.1616 Chinese yuan renminbi)
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Non of these car companies can handle the service side of EVs. They got no scale
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well yes , as long as their decisions have been properly reviewed > @Splithand said: So what y'all are really saying is one can be buying and one can be selling contracts and both can be right ?
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Hey everyone. I just wanted to introduce myself. I'm Leo l, living just outside Heathrow in the UK. I'm working my way through the course, currently on the Fundamental Analysis model. very excited to learn all I can, and begin applying it on a micro account. Hope everyone is having a good reading week/month
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A zero-sum game is a situation where, if one party loses, the other party wins, and the net change in wealth is zero. Zero-sum games can include just two players or millions of participants. In financial markets, futures and options are considered zero-sum games because the contracts represent agreements between two parties and, if one investor loses, then the wealth is transferred to another investor. Most transactions are non-zero-sum games because the end result can be beneficial to both parties.
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So what y'all are really saying is one can be buying and one can be selling contracts and both can be right ?
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price action can be largely disregarded this week in terms of next week
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because they can quitely put the knife into the Metaverse
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then use my taxes to pay his unemployment so he can buy a few shares of stock
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CAN YOU SEE THE PIC CLEARLY? @smiffiostar3
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done > @soheil.n said: @math - will you be joining @stevengo 's discord? the only reason i'm still around here is to catch some of the wisdom you drop from to time...that way i can say goodbye to this chat :)
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well , i will stop marketing imax , that way we can keep a more consistent floor > @mat said: my profit is 1% per day, why are you here with yours %%% :-)
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IF UJ CAN RESTEST A 140 ZONE IM GONNA GRAB UP SOME MORE POSITIONS
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spec sweepers trying to see how much more it can meme I reckon
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@Atlas #Emporos Research
I was asking Emporos for more investment capital , but considering our current rate of growth , better to wait for the next monthly report , as that profit level already covers the amount requested , thus we would be operating with less liability . However , as an investment , we will start paying the 10% a month within two months since I had reduced the initial amount a bit , and we lost some time because of that , so , better to grow it well before dishing . This client payment delay only happens with the first account . Everyone else receives payment on their first month . I am planning to start conducting a minor managing withdrawal every Friday starting this week . Anything in excess of 100% per week the manager can withdraw . I think we can all agree to that in advance . Welcome to the field gentlemen .
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Futures found support at pivot S1, will see if that can carry through the open. Would expect a retest of overnight lows, but will see what the market has in mind.
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market sure looks like a breakout coming now if I can only figure out which way:)
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my tendency was always to hold until Monday but I'm trying to stay disciplined. I can see where this day trading is going to start working. At least that's my hope.
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whoah maybe she can stay out of jail...given her connections
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Canaan Creative, known simply as Canaan, is a China-based computer hardware manufacturer. Established in 2013 by N.G. Zhang, Canaan specializes in Blockchain servers and ASIC microprocessors for use in bitcoin mining.
CEO: Nangeng Zhang