Jonathan May

Head of Group Procurement at Adcorp Holdings Ltd.

Location:
Nicolway Bryanston, Bryanston, South Africa
Company:
Adcorp Holdings Ltd.
HQ Phone:
+27 11 244 5300
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Last Updated 6/5/2017

General Information

Employment History

Hybrid Energy Storage Systems Engineer  - General Motors Corp.

GM: Procurement  - ASSC Inc

Lead Mechanical Engineer  - Visteon Corporation

Web References  

http://www.lindseywilliams.net/latest-news-articles-june-9-2016/

Lindsey Williams - Jonathan May, Economic Hitman
Standard & Poor's reported that among the companies it rates there were 12 defaults in May, which pushed its speculative-grade corporate default rate up to 4.1%, the highest since December 2010 when it was recovering from the Financial Crisis. Today the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the US economy only created 38,000 new jobs in May and revised down by 59,000 jobs the previously reported gains in March and April. On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the U.S. economy only added 38,000 jobs in May. Consumers confidence fell in May to the lowest level since late 2015 as Americans turned slightly more pessimistic about overall business conditions and the job market, a survey shows. Manufacturing activity in Dallas shrank in May after improving in the prior two months. The Federal Reserve's Beige Book indicated that most districts were seeing the same "modest" or "moderate" growth through the end of May that has been the hallmark of the unspectacular expansion. One contact in Philadelphia, citing no change in drab, so-so conditions, described activity as "disappointingly stable." U.S. Auto Sales Took A Nosedive in May The U.S. auto industry took a nosedive in May, with General Motors, Ford, and other manufacturers reporting lower U.S. vehicle sales for the month due to weak demand for sedans and fewer selling days. Ford, which on Wednesday reported a 6% drop to 235,997 vehicles from a year earlier, estimated a sales decrease of about 8% for the U.S. industry in May. Job creation tumbled in May, with the economy adding just 38,000 positions, casting doubt on hopes for a stronger economic recovery as well as a Fed rate hike this summer. The Labor Department also reported Friday that the headline unemployment fell to 4.7 percent. That rate does not include those who did not actively look for employment during the month or the underemployed who were working part time for economic reasons. A more encompassing rate that includes those groups held steady at 9.7 percent. Americans Not In The Labor Force Soar To Record 94.7 Million, Surge By 664,000 In One Month So much for that much anticipated rebound in the participation rate. After it had managed to rise for 5 months in a row through March, hitting the highest level in one year, the disenchantment with working has returned, and the labor force participation rate promptly slumped in both April and May, sliding 0.4% in the past two months to 62.60%, just shy of its 35 year low of 62.4% hit last October. This can be seen in the surge of Americans who are no longer in the labor force, who spiked by 664,000 in May, hitting an all time high of 94.7 million. Expectations for a summer rate hike fell into a sinkhole Friday after the Labor Department reported that nonfarm payrolls grew by just 38,000 in May, amounting to the worst monthly jobs growth in five years. Lindsey Williams - Jonathan May, Economic Hitman Lindsey Williams - Jonathan May, Economic Hitman

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Lindsey Williams - Jonathan May, Economic Hitman Lindsey Williams - Jonathan May, Economic Hitman Lindsey Williams - Jonathan May, Economic Hitman "Jonathan May formerly worked for the International Monetary Fund in England. In the early 1980s he came to America with a plan to release Americans from debt to the banking system by employing the same "credit creating" system used by international banking. The law governing this system is the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). May was initially successful. Eventually, however, he was targeted and imprisoned by the banking system. He is now in a Federal prison in the midwest. Lindsey Williams - Jonathan May, Economic Hitman Lindsey Williams - Jonathan May, Economic Hitman

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