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The swing – state performance is likely to be a recurring issue in the presidential debate on Wednesday, heavily on heavily on economic issues to be. Obama will point to pockets of improvement, while hammering Mitt Romney nationally on weakness.

If Romney lies about unemployment figures, inflating the number by about 50 percent, and if, on that you call it called sophistry? I do not know where you came from, but in America what Romney said is a lie.

The three key swing states Ohio, Virginia and Florida because of their large number of voters are.Florida is the biggest swing-state laggard, mortgages, than average unemployment and a brand still floundering housing market.People like Obama Raye Stansbury inserted. The 39 – year-old, the cars at the General Motors plant in Lordstown, President writes to the rescue their work and life into the previously moribund local economy.. A poll 26th September from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, Obama was leading Romney 53 percent to 43 percent in Ohio, a projection which has increased in recent weeks. Continue reading

There is still a lot of skepticism recovery.

There is still a lot of skepticism recovery, about moving into risk assets, about a lot of things, Colas said – Thus the question. Is this another Jackson Hole moment for risk assets ? the yield on 10 – year U.S. Treasury note has hovered at 2 % or just below the last month despite a brief spike in mid-December. This indicates suggests bondholders are not eagerly embracing the improving economy work for the moment. A blitz of earnings and economic indicators next week will be an important indicator of economic health.

Heading into the weekend, Greece was itself a first approached deal with private bondholders that would prevent it from falling into a chaotic default. Creditors faced to 70 % of the loans they have given to Athens. This is in contrast to the work of RBC technical analyst Robert Sluymer -. He sees growing outperformance of industrial metal copper to the safe-haven bet of gold as well as an upturn in a basket of Asian currencies as a bullish sign for the economy.

General Electric Co (GE. Is up to 20 % from its October closing low. It keeps climbing on a mixed bag of fourth-quarter earnings, improving U.S. Economic data, and easing credit conditions in Europe. It now stands at its highest level since early August last year. Continue reading