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www.americancrossroadswatch.org Karl Rove and his secret cabal of 1 percenters and their secret money are once again running another deceptive ad that attacks President Obama. Karl Rove and Crossroads GPS uses wordplay in the ad to spread fear and misinformation. A strategic move on their part to elicit a certain response. For example they say, “Washington”, instead of “government”. The video starts out by stating, “Obama says, ‘Spend more!’”, which is false. President Obama has called on spending cuts, and his American Recovery Act was the biggest tax cut in history. Note that Crossroads GPS uses the word “spend”, instead of “invest” in another deliberate and strategic move. Next the ad says Obama, “promises jobs”, implying he is not succeeding. But in fact a report by the Labor Department reported the jobless rate fell to 8.5%, its lowest rate in nearly 3 years. Obama created over 200000 jobs in December of 2011. The ad goes on to attack “Washington insiders”, and Karl Rove himself is one of the top “Washington insiders”. The ad tries to appear like a TV news crime report and they put a police siren in the background. Rove attacks Department of Energy investments, but leaves out the fact that this Department Of Energy Loan program was started in 2005, by his handpicked president, George W. Bush. Karl Rove should know that all business ventures carry a risk, and the 0 million dollar Solyndra loan only represents a 3% of the billion dollars in funding the DOE is …
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Question by ajmer j: What is the typical spend on Information technology by consumer packaged products companies?
What is the typical spend on Information technology by consumer packaged products companies like Procter and Gamle, Unilever etc?
Answer by Emerald
this is a difficult question, not even IT men could answer.
now contact Procter and Gamle company’s IT gestioner, they may help you if necessary.
What do you think? Answer below!
How is quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve different than it’s typical open market operations?
Question by Mad: How is quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve different than it’s typical open market operations?
I understand that both can increase the money supply, so is the difference just in terms of the assets bought and the permanancy of the buying.OMO being temporary short term. QE being longer term and permanant
Answer by gray shadow
Quantitative Easing is a description of the effect, or the goal, of a central bank to pump more cash into the economy by a central bank.
Open Market Operations represents specific activity by the Federal reserve of buying/selling TBonds with the public to achive certain targets. The goal could be to loosen or tighten the money supply.
Another way to create money is to make loans directly to banks. In the past, this was pretty much limited to Discount Window loans and seasonal credit loans.
Since the beginning of the economic crisis the fed has created some additional tools. The Term Auction Facility was created to make bank loans from the Fed more attractive. Then we have this whole massive bailout loans
Hope that helps.
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THE Beveridge curve plots the relationship between job openings and unemployment. Typically, job openings lead to falling unemployment in a linear(ish) fashion, and when data departs from this typical relationship it may be because …
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Labour markets: How structural is unemployment? | The Economist
2nd-time What is the typical Labor Cost to replace a compressor in a Heat Pump. Parts are covered by warranty?
I was told by one service tech that labor would be $1200 to $3000…just for labor.
Compressor is completly burned out.
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