Hurricanes won't damper economy
- U.S. Economic Growth Revised After Hurricane Katrina. Hoxter, Curtis J. // Caribbean Business;9/22/2005, Vol. 33 Issue 37, p10
Reports on the revision of the gross domestic product growth forecasts resulting from Hurricane Katrina in the U.S. Escalation of the inflation rate; Decline in the overall economic activity; Assessment of the economic uncertainty from the disaster; Decrease in business-inventory investment.
- Katrina's wrath ends Goldilocks economy. Strempel, Dan // Westchester County Business Journal;9/12/2005, Vol. 44 Issue 37, p13
The article focuses on the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the U.S. economy. Despite the excessive damages, some say its too early to talk about recession. Despite the increase in gross domestic product, it is predicted to slow down to two percent through year end. After the hurricane, oil...
- Something Has to Give--Or Does It? Riggs, Kenneth P. // Real Estate Issues;Winter2005, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p42
The article focuses on the investment conditions in the U.S. heading into 2006. The broader economy continues to strengthen despite the uncertainty. The impact of the costliest natural disaster in the history of the country, namely Hurricane Katrina, has been about what many forecasters...
- Remarks at Martin Luther King, Jr. Charter School in New Orleans, Louisiana. Obama, Barack H. // Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;10/15/2009, p1
The article presents a speech by U.S. President Barack H. Obama addressed at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Charter School in New Orleans, Louisiana on October 15, 2009. U.S. President Obama recalled the efforts that the government has done for Louisiana's recovery from the destruction brought on...
- Remarks on Recovery Efforts in the Areas Damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in Gautier, Mississippi. Bush, George W. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;3/13/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p416
Presents a speech by U.S. President George W. Bush, delivered at College Park Elementary School in Gautier, Mississippi on March 8, 2006. Efforts of the people in the community to educate the children; Recovery of the state from hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
- COMMENTARY. Chang, Joseph // Chemical Market Reporter;9/12/2005, Vol. 268 Issue 8, p4
Comments on the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the United States chemical industry. Industries that made contributions for relief effort; Lost of industrial production; Impact on gross domestic product growth which is being offset by tighter supply and expanding margins; Declaration of force...
- ABA: Little Impact From Katrina on GDP. Ackerman, Andrew // Bond Buyer;9/21/2005, Vol. 353 Issue 32222, p2
Reports that Hurricane Katrina will have little effect on the nation's gross domestic produce in the U.S. Statement of Richard DeKaser, chief economist at National City Corp.
- Founder's Message: Greetings! // Subconsciously Speaking;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p2
The article presents a speech by Anne H. Spencer, founder of the International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA), delivered at the 19th Annual Hypnosis and Holistic Living Conference of the IMDHA. She thanked the representatives from New Orleans for attending the conference...
- President's Corner. Feldman, Helene // Subconsciously Speaking;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p3
The article presents a speech by Helene Feldman, president of the International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA), delivered at the 19th Annual Hypnosis and Holistic Living Conference of the IMDHA. She praises the work done by the hypnosis community to help the victims of...