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9:30 am ET Jul 16, 2014 Is the U.S. Labor Market Getting Less Dynamic?
By Josh Zumbrun
“Nominal trade weighted value of the US dollar
– broad currency basket, 1973M03=100 (blue, left scale), CPI 12 month inflation (red, right scale), and ten year constant maturity Treasury yields (teal, right scale). Inflation calculated as log differences. NBER defined recession dates shaded gray. Dashed vertical line at 2009M02, passage of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Source: Federal Reserve Board for exchange rate, FRED, NBER, and author’s calculations.”
4) Digitimes Research
: Global notebook shipments decline 4.9% in 2Q14
Joanne Chien, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Monday 14 July 2014]
(HP) saw 19.1% on-year growth
in the second quarter as it capped on business opportunities prior to the discontinuation of Windows XP coupled with aggressive strategies in gaining shipments in the education segment
from as early as the second half of 2013. Acer
meanwhile reported 31.3% sequential growth
during the second quarter as retail partners adjusted their inventories and the vendor released new units.
In terms of OEMs, the two largest makers held a 61% share
in shipments. Additionally, Wistron saw 13.3% sequential growth while Inventec and Pegatron both saw less than three million units shipped each, added Digitimes Research.”
5) ““Apple’s iPhone 5s continues to be the best-selling phone in the world, a spot that many expected to be taken by Samsung’s Galaxy S5,” the report said
. It did not provide detailed figures on the respective models, but added the research was conducted in 35 countries.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and Note 3 ranked third and fourth
, respectively, the report also showed. The two were trailed by Apple’s iPhone 5c and iPhone 4s. The South Korean player’s Galaxy S4 mini and low-end Galaxy Grand 2 were also included in the top 10.”