Posts Tagged ‘demand’

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    From China to Iowa

    Mar 5, 11 • 501 Views • No Comments

    We can travel very quickly from China to Iowa. In an excellent report from The Economist on feeding the world, you can see how an increasingly affluent Chinese urban consumer affects many of us. One example connects more Chinese meat consumption to soaring......  [read more]

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    Oil Dilemmas

    Mar 4, 11 • 546 Views • No Comments

    The good news? We are driving more again–more miles than any year since 2007. The bad news? We are driving more again–more miles than any year since 2007.. Here are the facts from a WSJ article. With the recession and higher gas prices,......  [read more]

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    Paying Less For a House

    Feb 21, 11 • 633 Views • 1 Comment

    In an interesting Politico opinion column, journalist Michael Kinsley wonders why everyone seems to assume that climbing home prices are good. He points out that most people are happy when the prices of essentials like gas go down. So why the opposite for......  [read more]

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    A Race Between Supply and Demand

    Feb 7, 11 • 613 Views • No Comments

    In a wonderful Chip Bok cartoon, a child starts by asking, “Why are gas prices so high?” and is told, “Turmoil in the Mid East.” Then, asking about the turmoil, he is told the source is “High Food Prices.” The reason for......  [read more]

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    Oscar Markets

    Jan 29, 11 • 587 Views • No Comments

    Can a crowd be smarter than an individual? In The Wisdom of Crowds, business columnist James Surowiecki, says “Sometimes, yes.” Starting with a crowd betting on the weight of an ox and ending with the crowd and democracy, Surowiecki looks at......  [read more]