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Two Beginner Econ Classes? SLOW DOWN - Pundit Kitchen: Lol News ...
I also took two beginner econ classes, and they said that the government SHOULD increase spending (even deficit spending) on social programs and public works during a recession. Keynes, bitch. ‘Course, I also attend a very liberal public university on the west coast of Canada. Even our economics department are a bunch of lefties. Keynesian economics fails every time its tried. It failed under Wilson, FDR, Carter, and W and it will fail under Obama. Don’t you think its about time we try something that we know works like say conservatism? It worked under Reagan and Coolidge both times creating periods of uncontested ... market research, surveys and trends
Top 5 Economic Graphs For The Week Ended 8 August 2010 | Daily Markets
This week we look at the faltering PMI stats from China, and a relatively stable but mixed PMI result from the US for July. We then review the monetary policy decisions this week from the RBA, BoE, and ECB, then we analyze the employment reports from the US and New Zealand. 1. China PMI The Chinese PMI indexes both fell in the July reading, with the official CFLP index falling to 51.2 from 52.1, and the HSBC index dipping below 50 for the first time since March 2009, at 49.4 vs 50.4 in June. The PMI numbers are showing an easing of industrial activity in China, but the numbers are still above the low point reached late ... market research, surveys and trends

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Cal Facts 2002: Economy
California accounts for 13 percent of the nation's output, and trails only Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Our nation's next largest state economy—New York—is about 60 percent the size of California's. California has a large number of jobs and businesses in many different industries. The largest industry is services, which accounts for nearly one-fourth of all output in the state. This industry includes such diverse sectors as computer and software design, motion picture production, engineering, legal, health care, child-care, and hotels. The next largest ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RIGZONE - NOIA Calculates Econ Impact of Moratorium
Preliminary estimates show crippling job loss and significant economic impacts will result from the President's recent order to halt work on 33 exploratory wells in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico and institute a six-month moratorium on all drilling in water depths greater than 500 feet. "The immediate impacts of the order will be felt by the families of tens of thousands of offshore workers who will be unemployed," said Burt Adams, Chairman of the National Ocean Industries Association. For each platform idled by the work stoppage, up to 1,400 jobs are at risk, and lost wages could reach $10 million per month per platform and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Beige Bk Txt:Atlanta - Pace Of Econ Actvty Slowed 'Somewhat'-1
WASHINGTON (MNI) - The following is the text of the Federal Reserve's Beige Book survey Sixth District summary, published Wednesday: Summary. Reports from Sixth District business contacts indicated that the pace of economic activity slowed somewhat in June and early July. Retailers reported a slight increase in traffic and sales, but their outlook was less optimistic than the last report. Tourism reports were generally positive, however, significant concerns were expressed over the potential impact from the oil spill on the Gulf coast. Residential real estate contacts suggested that the pace of new and existing home ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
BOJ holds fire on yen rise, keeps upbeat econ view
TOKYO, Aug 10 (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan on Tuesday held off on new policy steps to combat a stronger yen, saving its limited firepower in case the currency's rise accelerates and threatens the country's fragile economic recovery. The yen is within reach of a 15-year high against the dollar but the pace of its rise has been gradual and calls for BOJ action from businesses and politicians have been subdued. The decision to leave policy unchanged came as little surprise to markets, which had expected the BOJ to stand pat unless the yen soars at a pace of 2 to 3 yen per day and heads for a record high beyond 80 yen JPY= . market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Finance and Growth:
allocate resources and make savers more willing to finance production and innovation. In turn, the absence of financial arrangements that enhance corporate ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ECONOMICS
any special merit in doing so; the point is simply that the area of economics that deals with the same concerns as finance but concentrates on production ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Econ Question about oligopolies! Why are they inefficient? - Yahoo ...
One issue I need clarification on is when firms collude and prices increase, which results in decreased production, why is this particular outcome inefficient? I would think that increasing prices and decreasing production would help the firm to make more money! Member since: September 29, 2006 Total points: 4495 (Level 4) Oligopolies are inefficient in that they do not generate the highest overall utility for society. In an oligopoly, the producers artificially limit the amount of products they make in order to limit their cost and increase their per unit profit. This means they charge higher prices and produce less than ...
Econ question please help? - Yahoo! Answers
Consider two neighboring island countries called Bertland and Ernamia. They each have 4 million labor hours available per week that they can use to produce wheat, clothing, or a combination of both. The table below shows the amount of wheat or clothing that can be produced using one hour of labor. Wheat (Bushels) Clothing (Garments) Bertland 4 5 Ernamia 6 3 Initially, before these countries begin trading goods, Bertland uses 1 million hours of labor per week to produce clothing and 3 million hours per week to produce wheat, while Ernamia uses 3 million hours of labor per week to produce clothing and 1 million hours per week to ...