An article in the Spanish edition of The Wall Street Journal Americas weekend recently 11 and 12 June said the U.S. economy is viewed with optimism. Not thought of this publication, but something that hints at Bob Doll. Bob Doll is the most important man in the organization BlackRock.
BlackRock is the largest money managers in the world. That is, in colloquial terms used in some Hispanic countries move money “to the can.” BlackRock has worked since 1988 and has its operational headquarters in Manhattan.
It has under its administration a staggering U.S. $ 3.6000 billion of clients assigned to this entity. Doll, who is responsible for making investments remain high, the markets are still moving under the agreement of BlackRock, says that the key to U.S. trade is sustaining the population. The increase of population to be exact.
He says the U.S. labor force in two decades will increase 11%, Europe will fall by 5% while Japan’s leaps to 17%.
The increased immigration and the number of babies born each season on U.S. soil are both factors that make the economic future Doll see gringo with such optimism.
NO LET RECOGNIZE (DOLL) that the U.S. has formidable problems LONG-TERM STRUCTURAL make the country less attractive
Reinforces this view by arguing that productivity is difficult to know how to behave in a certain period of time. What we can do for sure is “counting noses” in the words of Doll. That is, knowing the number of children who come into this world every time.
Doll is sure that the U.S. economy is the most beautiful house in the middle of an ugly neighborhood. It is noted that likes to be very illustrative. It remains to recall that U.S. productivity is good and better than many other places. However, it remains to acknowledge that America has tremendous long-term structural problems that make the country less attractive.
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