Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) has lost half of its market value so far this year, but the stock has made a comeback in the past couple of months, gaining more than 42% since the end of August. However, this impressive run might come to an end due to the company’s weak third-quarter results that were released last Thursday. In addition, the weakness in the copper market is expected to continue, at least in the short run, and this will have a negative impact on Freeport. Let’s take a look at the reasons why Freeport might face weakness in the near-term, and what steps the company is undertaking to overcome them. The copper market outlook is weak The copper market has been under pressure over the past year as evident from the chart given below: Source Looking ahead, the
b) Slow Industrial Growth Due to use of backward techniques of production our industrial sector is not at developing form. Its fewer production also creates shortage in market and caused of inflation. c) Increase in Wages & Salaries Present era labours are demanding high wages and salaries. Increment in wages and salaries it might be leads to increase in cost that increases the prices. On the other way due to high wages and salaries there is an increment in income and it reason in inflation.
This data collection should allow this study to acquire an acceptable level of trustworthiness, even when taking into considerations some limitations that may occur. Section 1: Introduction Introduction Unemployment as an economic problem exists in each countries and it is often a measure of the health of the economy. It is known as waste of scarce economic resources and as a result it decreases the future growth potential of the country’s economy (Riley, 2005). It is essential to understand the factors which causes the unemployment and its relation and impacts to other economic issues. For instance, of the causes are considered the extreme unemployment benefits, excessive minimum wage and hiring cost, too high real wages level, the disparity between the unemployed labour and job offers on the market in terms of skills and many others reasons (Bell, 2000).
As mentioned earlier the main reason for tariffs is for the protection of domestic industries. In most cases, these protection turn into a nightmare for the consumers of a particular good and services (Handley & Kyle, 56). These suppliers of specific products and services may take advantage of the unavailability of competition and raise the cost of certain commodities. This cause an economic turmoil in a given country thus affecting the lives of ordinary citizens. On the other hand, international trade is modified in that inflations causes uncertainty that in turns dejects prolific activity, investing, saving and eventually diminishes the competitive factor of a country in international trade.
It will also look at the causes and the effects if unemployment, the rate of unemployment in Saudi and the prevalence of unemployment in various sectors of the economy. The paper will also look at solutions to the problem of unemployment and recommendations that are intended to solve this issue. Unemployment is a situation where an individual who is willing and able to work is not able to get a job. The different types of unemployment include cyclical unemployment, frictional unemployment, classical unemployment and structural unemployment. Classical unemployment occurs when the wages associated with jobs are set above the market level such that there are high numbers of job seekers that exceeds the available vacancies.
They have thought it has been consistantly worsening over the past decade. According to the FBI (FBI), crime rates across the United States are at an all time low. This is a graph of all crime instances from 1992 to 2012. It shows that in 1992, violent crime was at 1.9 million. 20 years later, violent crime was down to 1.2 million.
Capital of R75 000 was contributed in June and a loan repayment of R37 500 was made. The loan repayment decreases the interest on loan paid each month as can be seen by the decrease from R2 250 to R1 687. This is a decrease of 33% and this means a decrease in the expenses of the
If it is caused by the time it takes to find a new job or a graduate student looking for his first position, then it is called frictional unemployment. The second and more harmful unemployment type is the cyclical one which is induced when the "overall demand for goods and services in an economy cannot support full employment" like in a case of economic contraction (Study.com, (n.d)). This type although critical is not the subject of my essay which will focus on the third kind of unemployment called structural. "This one exists when there are jobs available and people willing to do work, but there are not a sufficient number of people qualified to fill the vacant jobs." In other words, when there is a mismatch between the available jobs and the skills of the workers.
CITY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIVE RESEARCH PROPOSAL NAME: LIEW WEN MIN I/C NO: 880101-35-5088 TITLE: UNEMPLOYMENT IN MALAYSIA LECTURER’S NAME: DR SEGAR RAJA MANICKAM Chapter 1 Introduction In this contemporary world, unemployment is a common issue which facing by many developing country. When one country with high unemployment rate, this directly means that the country labour resources are not fully utilized. Basically, a country that is not fully utilizing its resources will not achieve their maximum output. Hence, full employment need to be considered as macroeconomic goals if a country wants to maximize its output. As compared to other developing country, Malaysia can be said
Unemployment Rate Unemployment is the condition of willing workers lacking jobs or ‘‘gainful employment’’. In economics, unemployment statistics measure the condition and extent of joblessness within an economy. A key measure is the unemployment rate, which is the number of unemployed workers divided by the total civilian labor force. Unemployment is an important issue in developing countries especially in Malaysia. High unemployment means that labour resources are not being used efficiently.