Economic Analysis Category

This page contains posts filed under the ‘Economic Analysis’ category. That means the overall theme of the posts on this page pertain primarily to my analysis of economic developments.

Germany IFO Business Climate Index

May 28, 2012

When it comes to assessing the overall economic situation of the German economy, the IFO Business Climate Index is a report you may want to familiarize yourself with. Compiled by the CESifo Group, which consists of organizations like the Center of Economic Studies (CES), CESifo GmbH and the IFO Institute, the Germany IFO Business Climate […]


Switzerland Employment

February 15, 2012

Welcome to the Switzerland Employment page. On this page I will be keeping track of the Swiss labor market. To be more specific, I will monitor annual employment percentage changes on a quarterly basis and the unemployment rate as defined by the ILO (International Labour Organisation). Switzerland’s employment information is provided by the Federal Statistical […]


Australia Employment

February 8, 2012

Hello and welcome to the Australia Employment page. This is the page where I will be posting information regarding Australia’s employment statistics. Statistics like Australia’s employment numbers, unemployment numbers and its unemployment rate. The reason I am doing this, is so I can provide value to you by maintaining Australia’s historical and current employment statistics […]


United Kingdom Employment

February 5, 2012

Welcome to the United Kingdom employment page. Since the labor market is a major contributor to the United Kindgom’s overall economic health (as with every other country), on this page I will be monitoring the United Kingdom’s employment and unemployment rates. The employment and unemployment rate data is released on a quarterly basis by the […]


New Zealand Employment

February 4, 2012

Welcome to the New Zealand employment page. On this page I will be monitoring the unemployment rate, employment rate, and the number of employed and unemployed persons in New Zealand. The reason I am keeping track of New Zealand’s labor market is to be able to get an idea of where future monetary policy is […]


Euro Area Employment

February 3, 2012

Welcome to the Euro Area employment page. Here is where I’ll be keeping track of the Euro Area’s employment situation by monitoring the region’s unemployment and employment rates. The unemployment rate data for the Euro Area is released once per month and the employment rate data is released once per quarter by Eurostat, the European […]


United States Employment

February 3, 2012

The United States employment situation is definitely an interesting subject. If you’re interested in how the United States economy is doing, then you should be interested in the contents of this page. Why? Because this is the page where I will be covering, commenting and sharing my opinions on the the US employment situation. The […]


Job Creation In The United States At Last?

November 8, 2010

Check out the latest United States Employment analysis. Surprising economists the world over, the United States added 151,000 jobs total to its non-farm payrolls in October 2010 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The private sector grew by 159,000 jobs and the government sector contracted by 14,000 jobs. Unfortunately, the unemployment rate remained stable […]


Will The Bank Of England Hike Interest Rates Or Restart Quantitative Easing

October 21, 2010

The United Kingdom is currently in a difficult position. With their economic situation looking less optimistic and prices becoming less stable, the Bank of England is going to have to make some very tough decisions in the next couple of months.


E.U. Industrial Production During August 2010

October 16, 2010

Industrial production continues to improve in the European Union during the month of August 2010. Month over month, total industrial production grew by 1 percent in the Euro Area [EU16] and grew by 0.8 percent in the EU27 according to the EuroStat August 2010 Industrial Production Press Release.  Year over year, total industrial production grew […]


Americans Are Earning More Money And Spending More Money

October 7, 2010

Though U.S. employment growth is suppressed in the United States for the time being, those who are employed in the United States, on average, are making more money and spending more money during the month of August 2010 according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis [BEA].


Japan and Deflation Continue To Be Best Of Friends

October 1, 2010

Japan is still struggling to ward off its economic plague, deflation. This plague has skewed corporate growth for the worst and suppressed the Japanese export based economy. The muscular Japanese Yen continues its merciless assault of the on the 6 letter word every company wants to see – profit.