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Barack Obama, Stock Market Strategist

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The market has rallied. There's also been a string of better-than-expected economic reports. But the variable to keep an eye on, especially politically, is the unemployment rate. And that doesn't look so hot. Listen to Janet Yelle n, president of the San Francisco Fed: It’s true that the Blue Chip consensus shows moderate positive growth rates in output in the second half of this year. But even so, the level of the unemployment rate would still rise throughout 2009 and into 2010. So, in this sense, the worst of the recession is not expected to occur until next year. And, even by the end of 2011, I would expect ...
in 2000, he ran for United States Senate in 2004. Several events brought him to national attention during the campaign, including his victory in the March 2004 Democratic primary and his keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in July 2004. He won election to the U.S. Senate in November 2004. His presidential campaign began in February 2007, and after a close campaign in the 2008 Democratic Party presidential primaries against Hillary Rodham Clinton , he won his party's nomination. In the 2008 general election , he defeated Republican nominee John McCain and was inaugurated as president on January 20, 2009. As ...
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Blame game could 'boomerang' on Obama, strategist says - Political ...
(CNN) -- When signs of a severe economic downfall emerged more than two years ago, then-candidate Barack Obama was quick to point a finger at the man he hoped to replace. Seventeen months into his administration, the message is often the same, and Republicans say it's time for him to drop the Bush bashing and take ownership of the problem. "Nothing makes a president look weaker than pointing the finger at past administrations," said Republican strategist Ron Bonjean. "By blaming somebody, it looks like you are playing politics and people just want jobs. They don't care about whose fault it is. Playing the blame game ... market research, surveys and trends
Blame Game Could "Boomerang" on Obama, Strategist Says -- Signs of ...
President Obama has pointed fingers at the Bush administration, but Republicans say he should take ownership of the economy. When signs of a severe economic downfall emerged more than two years ago, then-candidate Barack Obama was quick to point a finger at the man he hoped to replace. Seventeen months into his administration, the message is often the same, and Republicans say it's time for him to drop the Bush bashing and take ownership of the problem. "Nothing makes a president look weaker than pointing the finger at past administrations," said Republican strategist Ron Bonjean. "By blaming somebody, it ... market research, surveys and trends

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Blame game could 'boomerang' on Obama, strategist says - CNN.com
President Obama has pointed fingers at the Bush administration, but Republicans say he should take ownership of the economy. President Obama frequently points out he "inherited" economic mess from Bush "Playing the blame game only boomerangs on yourself," GOP strategist says Surveys suggest Obama isn't the only one blaming Bush and Republicans Democratic strategist says Obama needs to focus more on signs of economic recovery (CNN) -- When signs of a severe economic downfall emerged more than two years ago, then-candidate Barack Obama was quick to point a finger at the man he hoped to replace. Seventeen months into his ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Obama Rally Reaches 22% in Recovery From Bear Market (Update3 ...
in financial companies, on speculation the administration’s plan to rid banks of toxic assets will revive the economy. The gain pushed the S&P 500’s increase since sinking to a 12-year low on March 9 to 22 percent, the fastest two-week advance since 1938. Growing confidence in Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner ’s program to unfreeze credit markets boosted equities after his first proposal on Feb. 10 spurred a 4.9 percent drop in the S&P 500, the largest since Obama took office. Shares are rebounding after the S&P 500 slid 20 percent from Inauguration Day to March 9, the steepest decrease for a newly elected president in at ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Inglis lost because of his TARP vote. I find his comments hilarious insofar as he has apparantly discoved them only AFTER he lost. So, either he's unbelievably naive about this alleged rampant racism surrounding him that he did not notice..., until last month, which makes him stupid. Or, he knew about it and covered it up which makes him complicit (as well as a liar). So, how much credibility does he have with you? If he has any, why? If he has none, why refer to it and give it legitmacy? Also, when are you going to explain to your readers what kind of obligation you and/or the WAPO are under to print pro Reid / Anti ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Deficits Shrinking Most in Decades as Growth Lets S&P 500 Rally
July 6 (Bloomberg) -- Industrial countries are embarking on the most aggressive tightening of fiscal policy in more than four decades, led by the U.S. and Britain, as governments gamble they can pare debt without strangling an economic recovery. Rich nations will reduce their primary budget deficits, excluding interest payments, by 1.6 percentage points next year, the most since the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development began keeping records in 1970, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. economists. The budget squeeze will lop 0.9 percentage point off growth in 2011. Even as President Barack Obama warns his ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Briefing by White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs and PERAB ...
MR. GIBBS:  So, Austan Goolsbee is here.  And why don't we take questions if you all have questions on the President's proposal today, policy questions that Austan can certainly help us with. Take us away. Q    Austan, let's start with what the banks are saying about this.  They say that this is sending the industry back to the 1930s by going back to old regulations. MR. GOOLSBEE:  Well, I would say two things about that.  Clearly, first, it's not returning to Glass-Steagall.  This is about reining in them doing investments with the backing support or other types ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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on one of our favorite topics: the Cupertino effect, the phenomenon whereby automated spellcheckers miscorrect words and inattentive users accept those miscorrections. (See my primer on OUPblog as well as our ongoing coverage on both the old and new Language Log.) I was interviewed for the piece, which was written by Konrad Lischka for his column on everyday things that do not work ( Fehlfunktion , or 'malfunction'). Though I don't read German, the article looks pretty solid. I especially like the German Cupertinos that are provided, based on spellchecker suggestions in German Mac Word 2008. For instance, Barack ...
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How do you feel about being called a follower in reference to ...
...i. to keep oneself informed of the course, progress, or fortunes of: follow the stock market; followed the local teams. And this is exactly what we do when we "follow" somebody's tweets, or any discussion on LinkedIn. Now, does this make us "followers"? Let's see: fol·low·er   /ˈfɒloʊər/ [fol-oh-er] –noun 1. a person or thing that follows. 2. a person who follows another in regard to his or her ideas or belief; disciple or adherent. 3. a person who imitates, copies, or takes as a model or ideal: He was little more than a follower of current modes. 4. an ...
WikiAnswers - How does the financial crisis in 2008 resemble the ...
The global economic turndown has led to an unprecedented hardship in the lives of those that came after the great depression of the 1930s. The word financial crisis or global recession generally suggests a decline in economic activities, exceeding a period of six months The root causes of the financial crisis have been suggested as bust in the housing bubble (an artificial inflation in real estate prices) and bust of commodity boom. Other causes of the current financial crisis include, Easy Credit, Sock Market Collapse, Dollar Crisis, Media Influence and Power- Mediocrity Grip. A lot of governments worldwide are currently ...