Yeovil dropped out of the Football League and Rotherham tumbled back into League One, the big losers on a heart-stopping day of action. Derby had started the day in the final play-off slot, consolidated thanks to goals from Tom Lawrence and Jayden Bogle in a victory at Bristol City. Luton failed to seal the division title, or even to mathematically secure promotion after letting an early lead slip at Burtonwho roared back to take a victory thanks to two goals from Lucas Akins.
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Why the bottom has dropped out of the antiques market. Until recently hundreds of dealers had galleries here, selling Louis XVI chairs, Renaissance jewels and other delightful old objects to customers keen to own a piece of history. Today only about half a dozen shops remain open.
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Crude-oil prices carved out fresh yearly lows early Friday, deepening carnage in a commodity that already had futures for the U. Lingering worry about expansion outside of the U. Check out: Why falling oil prices are now a net drag on the U.
Bottom dropping out of groundfish industry October 17, Bottom dropping out of groundfish industry October 17, Commercial fishermen on the West Coast who harvest groundfish from the Pacific Ocean are bracing for more waves as the federal government looks for ways to recover dwindling fish populations. The latest plan calls for pushing half of the groundfish fleet out of the business in Oregon, Washington and California.
StevePerkins on Dec 17, I found it curious that the article concludes with a "social justice" angle. Noting that antiques are more eco-friendly than manufacturing completely new items, and wondering why this environmental point doesn't attract young people.
This article appears in the Spring issue of The American Prospect magazine. Subscribe here. According to the most recent data available, 15 percent of men in their prime working years between 25 and 54 had no job—5 percent were unemployed and 10 percent were neither working nor looking for work.