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Economic News in USA and the World Economic Crisis, projections, reporting and economic indicators, interviews El crecimiento mundial se encuentra en una marcha baja, y los conductores de la actividad están cambiando. Estas dinámicas plantean nuevos retos políticos. Las economías avanzadas están creciendo de nuevo, pero deben continuar la reparación del sector financiero, proseguir la consolidación fiscal, y estimular el crecimiento del empleo. Las economías emergentes se enfrentan al doble reto de la desaceleración del crecimiento y las condiciones financieras globales más estrictas. Esta edición de Perspectivas de la economía mundial se examinan los efectos secundarios potenciales de estas transiciones y las respuestas políticas adecuadas
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DOUGLAS LEZAMETA: La próxima crisis financiera puede venir del ciberespacio

DOUGLAS LEZAMETA: La próxima crisis financiera puede venir del ciberespacio | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it

La próxima crisis global financiera puede venir provocada por un ciberataque masivo, según opina Greg Medcraft, presidente de la Organización Internacional de Comisiones de Valores (IOSCO, por sus siglas en inglés).

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Según una encuesta de IOSCO, el 89% de los 46 operadores de las bolsas han citado los ciberataques como riesgo potencial para el sistema, advirtiendo que los principales impactos son las pérdidas financieras y las de la reputación, que amenazan con hacer desaparecer la confianza en las compañías financieras.

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DOUGLAS LEZAMETA: Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary

DOUGLAS LEZAMETA: Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
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Data Details Show Economy Continues to Firm  Second quarter GDP was revised higher to a 4.2 percent annualized rate, with the details painting a brighter picture of the economy. Compared to the first release, trade was less of a drag, nonresidential fixed investment was stronger and inventories provided a smaller—although still sizeable—boost.  Headlines for housing data were mixed this week, but reports generally suggest the sector continues to gradually improve as home prices are increasing at more reasonable rates, supply is coming back and future recorded sales look to improve.   Consumers' willingness to spend remains somewhat questionable, with personal spending slipping 0.1 percent. 

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Silicon Valley SBDC got it "Economic Impact Award" all North Regional

We are happy (My brother Juan Lezameta and me we are Business Advisor this SBDC Center) for the second consecutive year Our team SBDC Center in San Jose got it "Economic Impact Award" all North Regional
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Latinos in Finance
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We are an organization that fosters growth opportunities, business relationships, and entry into finance. We do this by hosting educational events throughout the year that allow our members to build and share their knowledge and networks. Our members represent a wide spectrum of disciplines within finance. Our core group of members is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and has grown throughout the US. As our organization continues to grow we encourage new members to join and contribute.

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The Real Story on Peak Jobs: Ritholtz Chart

The Real Story on Peak Jobs: Ritholtz Chart | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
Here is an interesting question: How does the present employment peak compare to the prior peak?
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Have We Passed “Ex-Bubble Employment” (adjusted) Peak of 2007?

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Manufacturing in America Infographic - U.S. Census Bureau

Manufacturing in America Infographic - U.S. Census Bureau | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
View how the US Census Bureau knows.
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We need to create process and regulations to start building new high-tech factories in USA

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A family caught in Castro Valley care home crisis - San Francisco Chronicle

A family caught in Castro Valley care home crisis - San Francisco Chronicle | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
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A family caught in Castro Valley care home crisis
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As Burton Nash's parents eased into old age, he started worrying about them.
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Immigration Reform: Implications for Growth, Budgets and Housing

Immigration Reform: Implications for Growth, Budgets and Housing | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
At the heart of the ongoing immigration reform debate is the question of the anticipated costs and benefits of reform.
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U.S. Adds Two Times More Debt than Economic Output in Last 2 Years

U.S. Adds Two Times More Debt than Economic Output in Last 2 Years | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
The Republican side of the Senate Budget Committee has put together this chart to show that U.S. has added two times more debt than economic output in the last two years: 
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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary USA

Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary    USA | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it

Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary U.S. Review   Turn Those Machines Back On! • After the second week of limited economic indicator releases and watching the state of the federal government in suspended animation, it is easy to empathize with Mortimer Duke in Trading Places (1983) after market close on the commodities trading floor

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• The frustration is being felt by businesses as well. The NFIB small business survey released this week showed wilting confidence as businesses cited red tape and taxes as the most important problems they faced.   Global Review   Brazilian Interest Rates and Mixed Data From Europe

• The Brazilian central bank continues with its lonely campaign of increasing interest rates in what is an effort to try to counteract the reversal in capital flows as interest rates continue to increase in developed countries while at the same time reigning in inflationary expectations due to the weakening of the currency. • The news from Europe was mixed this week as the U.K.’s industrial production index dropped 1.1 percent month-over- month in August, while manufacturing dropped 1.2 percent, surprising the markets that were expecting both indexes to have improved 0.4 percent.

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NBC Nightly News - 10-11-2013-173313

NBC Nightly News - 10-11-2013-173313 | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
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Failure to fix nation's worst pension crisis hurts Illinois' credit rating ... - Washington Post

Failure to fix nation's worst pension crisis hurts Illinois' credit rating ... - Washington Post | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
Failure to fix nation's worst pension crisis hurts Illinois' credit rating ...
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U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services, April 2013 | 2012 Annual Revision‏

U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services, April 2013 | 2012 Annual Revision‏ | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
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The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, through the Department of Commerce, announced today that total April exports of $187.4 billion and imports of $227.7 billion resulted in a goods and services deficit of $40.3 billion, up from $37.1 billion in March, revised. April exports were $2.2 billion more than March exports of $185.2 billion.  April imports were $5.4 billion more than March imports of $222.3 billion

 

www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm

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Estados Unidos está perdiendo una de sus fortalezas económicas más importantes

Estados Unidos está perdiendo una de sus fortalezas económicas más importantes | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
El mercado laboral de EE.UU. es cada vez menos dinámico y más sensible, lo que afecta negativamente la economía nacional. La caída de la ‘fluidez’ del mercado de trabajo se traduce en desempleo, menor...
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El mercado laboral de EE.UU. es cada vez menos dinámico y más sensible, lo que afecta negativamente la economía nacional. La caída de la 'fluidez' del mercado de trabajo se traduce en desempleo, menor productividad y bajos salarios.

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DOUGLAS LEZAMETA: Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary

DOUGLAS LEZAMETA: Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
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Data Details Show Economy Continues to Firm  Second quarter GDP was revised higher to a 4.2 percent annualized rate, with the details painting a brighter picture of the economy. Compared to the first release, trade was less of a drag, nonresidential fixed investment was stronger and inventories provided a smaller—although still sizeable—boost.  Headlines for housing data were mixed this week, but reports generally suggest the sector continues to gradually improve as home prices are increasing at more reasonable rates, supply is coming back and future recorded sales look to improve.   Consumers' willingness to spend remains somewhat questionable, with personal spending slipping 0.1 percent. 

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How the Ukraine Crisis May Change the World - New York Times

How the Ukraine Crisis May Change the World - New York Times | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
The Guardian How the Ukraine Crisis May Change the World New York Times BRUSSELS — As Moscow and the West dig in for a prolonged standoff over Russia's annexation of Crimea, risking spillover to other former Soviet republics and beyond, here are...
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Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: High Rollers and Gold Bulls

Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: High Rollers and Gold Bulls | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
Barry Ritholtz shares his reading list for the first work day of the new year. What are you reading?
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Now, the decline of failure, in and of itself, is not enough to power the economy to greater heights. It’s a necessary condition, but not a sufficient one. For the current economic cycle to rival its predecessors in length, companies will have to stop hoarding cash and start investing it and raising pay for workers, while government will have to regain the courage to spend and hire. Let’s hope those are the stories of 2014.

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IBM Faces a Crisis In the Cloud

IBM Faces a Crisis In the Cloud | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
After long downplaying services such as Amazon's as insecure, low-margin businesses, IBM now boasts of its dominance in the cloud rental market

Via Ronald Bannon MBA, Adm.A., FCMC
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Amazon and other cloud providers preach the virtues of geographical redundancy: They say customers should spread out their services among multiple data centers, so if one goes down, another can pick up the slack. Sunday’s outage, like so many other recent cloud service snafus, demonstrates that few cloud customers are properly following this orthodoxy and that true redundancy may be much more complicated than it sounds.

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Far from being a cloud pioneer, IBM has spent most of the past few years downplaying services such as Amazon’s as insecure, low-margin businesses of little interest to a serious computing company. “You can’t just take a credit card and swipe it and be on our cloud,” IBM executive Ric Telford told me in early 2011.

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IBM Faces a Crisis in the Cloud

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IBM is having an identity crisis, and it sure is something to watch. You may have heard about Big Blue’s recent ad campaign that takes a dig at Amazon.com.


Via Iam Legion
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It was likely another eventful weekend for the engineers in Amazon’s Web services division. On Sunday afternoon, a hardware failure at Amazon’s U.S.-East data center in North Virginia led to spiraling problems at a host of well-trafficked online services, including Instagram, Vine, AirBnB, and the popular mobile magazine app Flipboard.

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Water Action Plan created to help avoid statewide crisis

Water Action Plan created to help avoid statewide crisis | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
State leaders unveiled a draft “Water Action Plan” on Thursday that seeks to tackle potential future shortages from drought, population growth and climate change.

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Senate shutdown scramble

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Minority leader Mitch McConnell pitches Senate strategy in fiscal debate, after White House pushes back on House plan. 
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Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary USA

Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary    USA | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it

Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary U.S. Review   Turn Those Machines Back On! • After the second week of limited economic indicator releases and watching the state of the federal government in suspended animation, it is easy to empathize with Mortimer Duke in Trading Places (1983) after market close on the commodities trading floor

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• The frustration is being felt by businesses as well. The NFIB small business survey released this week showed wilting confidence as businesses cited red tape and taxes as the most important problems they faced.   Global Review   Brazilian Interest Rates and Mixed Data From Europe

• The Brazilian central bank continues with its lonely campaign of increasing interest rates in what is an effort to try to counteract the reversal in capital flows as interest rates continue to increase in developed countries while at the same time reigning in inflationary expectations due to the weakening of the currency. • The news from Europe was mixed this week as the U.K.’s industrial production index dropped 1.1 percent month-over- month in August, while manufacturing dropped 1.2 percent, surprising the markets that were expecting both indexes to have improved 0.4 percent.

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US shutdown debate shifts to Senate

US shutdown debate shifts to Senate | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
Negotiations over the political and fiscal crisis in Washington shift to the Senate, but there is little chance of a breakthrough in sight.
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The future of oil production is safe, but prices........

The future of oil production is safe, but prices........ | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it

The Harvard report out last month is perfectly clear on where we will get our future oil. According to the report, Texas' crude production is expected to double from current levels. Contrary to popular belief, however, it won't be the same story going forward. Dig deeper and you'll find the rosy outlook for U.S. oil production will come with a hefty price tag... The report explains the fact that producing oil from shale formations requires an intensive amount of drilling. And over 4,000 shale wells were brought online last year.

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That's certainly true in North Dakota. But let's not forget what it took for them to get to this point... As of last April, the state had more than 8,500 producing wells, practically all of which were targeting the Bakken/Three Forks Formations. That means roughly 5,000 wells started producing oil during the last five years. But there's another important tidbit to remember, and that's that companies are getting much more efficient at drilling into the Bakken. To give you an idea of what I'm talking about, in April 2007, the average North Dakota well produced 1,021 barrels of oil. By 2012, that amount nearly tripled! The Harvard report noted that a few years ago, a typical Bakken well would take up to two months to drill... Today these companies are taking advantage of a highly specialized drilling technique that drastically cuts the time and cost to finish a single well. So it's not necessarily about finding companies that are sitting on oil, but rather the companies with the technical savvy to efficiently extract that crude. And some are simply better at extracting the light, sweet crude oil out of the Bakken Formation than others... Distinguishing between the two means all the difference in today's volatile market. In the meantime, if you're interested in reading the Harvard report in full, you can find it Link http://belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu/files/USShaleOilReport.pdf

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BEA News: Real Personal Income for States and Metropolitan Areas, 2007-2011 (Prototype Estimates)

BEA News: Real Personal Income for States and Metropolitan Areas, 2007-2011 (Prototype Estimates) | Analysis Economic Report | Scoop.it
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has issued the following news release today:
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Today, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis released experimental real, or inflation-adjusted, estimates of personal income for states and metropolitan areas. The inflation-adjustments are based in part on regional price parities (RPPs) that provide a measure of differences in price levels across each state and region relative to the national price level for each of the years, 2007-2011. When RPPs are applied in conjunction with BEA’s national Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) price index, which measures price changes over time, personal income comparisons can be made across regions and time periods (see Technical Note). These prototype statistics are being released for evaluation and comment by data users. See more in http://www.bea.gov/newsreleases/regional/rpp/2013/pdf/rpp0613.pdf
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