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12-02 :: February/March 2012

nanotimes Trends Quotes

“In politics, as in economics, China’s weaknesses also hint at untapped potential.”

Gideon Rachman, A political crisis will not stop China, In: FT.com, March 19, 2012

“What Greek experience actually shows is that while running deficits in good times can get you in trouble … trying to eliminate deficits once you’re already in trouble is a recipe for depression … Greece is the worst case, with unemployment soaring to 20 per- cent even as public services, including health care, collapse.”

Paul Krugman: What Greece Means, In: New York Times, March 11, 2012

“Goldman Sachs‘ Chief Strategist David Kostin provides his outlook for the S&P 500. Applying an 11.8 forward P/E ratio, he sees the index ending 2012 at 1250.”

http://www.businessinsider.com/goldmans-top-strate- gist-sets-his-sp-500-target-for-2012-2011-12

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“The future will be about the war for talent. It‘ll be about who can educate, attract, and give smart peo- ple the best opportunities to build great things. We [US] certainly need to improve on that front.”

Matthew O‘Brien: U-S-A! Why You Should Be Even More Optimistic About the Economy, In: The Atlantic, March 06, 2012

“... Headline inflation will certainly rise, though the Federal Reserve will be happy to ignore this, since its focus is core prices. But with the economy picking up, gasoline prices might well start to feed through into underlying prices as well. This wouldn’t be so good because it would tie the Fed’s hands on further monetary accommodation.”

Alen Mattich: Don’t Worry Too Much About Oil Prices – Yet, In: WSJ, The Source, March 13, 2012

“Inflation has now pulled well ahead in its contest against deflation.”

Mark Hulbert: Inflation beating deflation, In: MarketWatch, March 20, 2012

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/inflation-beating- deflation-2012-03-20?link=home_carousel

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