Real business fixed investment.
Yesterday I compared real private GDP in cycles.
Today I would like to look at real business fixed investment.
If you listened to CNBC — otherwise known as the Republican Propaganda Channel — or the campaign claims you would think that all the uncertainty created by Obama was destroying business confidence and that real business fixed investment was collapsing.
But the data shows a different story. Three years from the economic bottom real business fixed investment is up some 18.0%, or about the same as during the Clinton years. In contrast, during the
“Bush Investment lead Boom” it was up only up 6.9%, or about a third of the current cyclical rise.
(Update…slightly edited for readability…Dan)
It would be interesting to know where and what the investments were.
Increasing productivity to decrease required labor?
PropertyMesh – The reality network
PropertyMesh provides a platform where various property agents and customers interact with each others.
India’s fastest growing online real estate service provider,established in early 2012.
in a such short span of time By its working techniques and marketing strategies now PropertyMesh is one of the largest online real estate service provider in India.
PropertyMesh emerges at a time when there are lots of other big brands are already present in the market with hundreds of other small competitors in market.But by their hard work, customer’s satisfaction strategy bring them with the other successful competitors served from last multiple years.Now it becomes a challenge for others to stop the rapid growth of PropertyMesh. still propertymesh is running various promotional campaigns to attract more and more investors who want to invest in real estate sector for good returns.
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