Economy Related Quotes



“The Mid-America regional economy began 2005 like a lion, but higher interest rates and elevated energy costs forced the region's economy to end the year like a lamb.”

Ernie Goss


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“Our capacity to compete in a knowledge-based economy is going to depend on our ability to offer the opportunity of college success to every student who's willing to work to achieve it.”

Gaston Caperton


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“Once an economy starts to bottom out and grow slowly, it starts to suck into the real economy all of the capital which was driving up asset prices before.”

David Roche


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“Foreign direct investment is so important to the growth of China's economy that the national government doesn't want to do anything to endanger that.”

Clive Jones


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“Transportation firms reported continuing economic weakness. While 2006 is likely to be a positive year for the Oklahoma economy due to an improving telecommunications sector and expansions in business service firms, the closing of GM operations in Oklahoma City will produce some fairly negative economic consequences.”

Ernie Goss


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“We are really not sure if the economy is continuing to expand or continuing to contract,”

Sam Stovall


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“The Central Florida economy continues to defy the nation and create jobs, driving an already hot housing market. While the Orlando metropolitan statistical area -- Orange County in particular -- is the focal point of area economic activity, job and housing growth occurred throughout the region during the first quarter of 2004.”

Anthony Crocco


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“It is by a wise economy of nature that those who suffer without change, and whom no one can help, become uninteresting. Yet so it may happen that those who need sympathy the most often attract it the least.”

Francis Herbert Bradley


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“The biggest problem this economy has is psychological, and that's the biggest problem the market has, too.”

David Kelly


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“We are moving toward an economy that is less and less productive, absolute rigidity in the labor market, an administrative centralism that breaks with the trend of recent years.”

Alberto Franceschi


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