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Resumen Económico, Primer Trimestre 2013 - Tasa de cambio de los Indicadores Económicos del 1er Trimestre 2013 en comparación con el 1er Trimestre 2012:

The global economy

Things could be better

THE Pew Research Centre has released new figures assessing attitudes around the world on economic issues. The results are fascinating, sobering, and not that surprising. Things seem to have gone a bit worse since 2007 than most people had anticipated at the time.As you can see at right, the euro-area periphery has had the worst of it. Just 1% (1%!) of Greeks felt that the country’s economy was in good shape. The Japanese saw things as being roughly as rubbish as they had been for the decade before the crisis. The Germans and South Koreans (along with many residents of emerging markets) were pleased with the way events developed from 2007.

There is an interesting contrast here with the outlook for the next twelve months. Things are looking up in North America, but even now many southern Europeans anticipate continued deterioration in economic conditions. Emerging markets remain bullish.The Pew data are interesting in that respondents offer more positive assessments of their personal financial conditions than of their national economies. But there is no mistaking what they feel policymakers should tackle first and foremost. Fully 49% of advanced economy citizens say that higher unemployment should be governments’ top priority. Up second is public debt, which was listed by 19%. Inequality followed with 17% and inflation was the top concern of just 11% of those surveyed. Both elected officials and central banks have their marching orders then: stimulate away.

The Economist


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La Estadidad es una, pero cada cual la aprecia a su manera, por eso a veces parecemos divididos, pero es que somos realmente democráticos.

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