Jorge Serrão: Simone Tebet se mostra uma candidata absolutamente inviável à presidência da República

Jorge Serrão comenta sobre como, a julgar pelas pesquisas eleitorais e o clima monótono do lançamento da candidatura, Simone Tebet não é uma opção viável para a presidência da República, e analisa como a polarização entre os membros do MDB pode prejudicar o partido como um todo nas eleições.

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1980’s Recession – How Deep Was It And How Does It Compare to 2010

In the early 1980s the US suffered a recession. In 1980, the gross domestic product measured -0.3%. The following year the GDP grew at 2.5% in 1982 it slipped back to -1.9%. During this period the unemployment rate was rising. However, the good news was interest rates, which were previously sky high, were coming down. From 1983 to 1989 the GDP grew steadily, interest rates fell steadily and the unemployment rate fell as well. In fact, the 1980s were a time of great prosperity, but the decade started, like this decade, in recession. In this article, we will compare the recession of the early 1980s to our most recent recession.

Midterm Election: A Shovel-Ready Project

The president, perhaps in an election-motivated effort to step away from his failed stimulus programs, said yesterday that there are actually no “shovel ready projects” out there. Meanwhile the vice president, who didn’t seem to get the memo, announced that the stimulus has actually worked.

The Raleigh NC Job Market in 2010

For people in the job market today, Raleigh NC stands out as one of the best options to consider. Unemployment rates in the region are among the lowest in the country, even in these unpromising times of global recession. Industry and business continues to grow in Raleigh and surrounding communities. Employers are hiring, and the need for marketable skills remains strong.

How TARP Staved Off Disaster

Did the Troubled Assets Relief Program save the world? I think I can make a good case that this much-reviled government “bailout” did just that.

Nigerian Economy: Sleeping While Being Looted

It is stomach-turning when one reads or takes notice of how government and corporate bureaucrats abuse their positions of office in Nigeria. The country is dreadfully notorious in that respect and citizens have come to recognize and accept this as a way of life. As one observer put it…”sleepwalkers”- Nigerians more often use the notion; “follow – follow.”

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