Journey in Life: 12/26/18

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Liệu kinh tế Việt Nam có khủng hoảng năm 2019?

dự là có đấy,

ảnh hưởng toàn cầu, chu kỳ 10 năm, anh cả alan greenspan đã nhắn nhủ các nhà đầu tư cẩn thận "ôm đầu máu chạy"...
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Asked whether the stock market (thị trường chứng khoán) was still in the midst of a bull run, Greenspan told the CNN anchor Julia Chatterley: "Not really, no, it's beginning to fumble (dò dẫm, sờ soạng, lần mò; làm (việc gì) một cách lóng ngóng). You can see it by the reaction (phản ứng (của thị trường, nhà đầu tư...)) in recent days (trong những ngày gần đây)."

A brutal (đầy thú tính, cục súc; hung ác, tàn bạo) start to December has US markets on track for their worst final month of the year since 1931. The past three months have been particularly painful for investors, with the S&P 500, which touched (chạm) a 14-month low (thấp kỷ lục trong 14 tháng qua) on Monday, down nearly 12% over that time. The primary driver behind the sell-off was the notable rise (tăng đáng kể/đáng chú ý) in long-term interest rates (lãi suất dài hạn), he said.

...More broadly, Greenspan sees the US economy moving toward a so-called stagflation  (lạm phát đình đốn) environment in which there is both price inflation and a weakening economic backdrop (phông màn sân khấu; sắp đặt, bố trí).

To be sure, critics have viewed the former Fed chairman as having missed (bỏ qua, ko nhìn thấy) factors (các yếu tố) that contributed (góp phần) to the financial crisis (khủng hoảng tài chính). He wrote in a 2010 paper that he'd been "lulled (ru ngủ; tạm lắng (bão...), lặng sóng (biển...)) into a sense of complacency (tự mãn)."


Vợ cao tay đã làm thế nào để dạy chồng đi chợ "chuẩn không cần chỉnh"?

thôi khỏi cần,

ford đang liên kết với walmart chế tạo xe ôtô tự hành để giao hàng thực phẩm hằng ngày rồi
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Ford has announced a new partnership with Walmart to test autonomous vehicles in Miami for delivery of everyday items like groceries (hàng tạp phẩm), diapers (tã lót, khăn vệ sinh khô (phụ nữ)) and pet supplies. The automaker is also developing a program, set for launch within three years, to allow riders to hail a self-driving Ford with an app.

CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave got early access to the cars. A safety driver sits up front and keeps their hands on the wheel, but the car does the driving. The on-board technology is still being refined before actual passengers will be allowed to hail a ride by 2021.

Ford invested $1 billion in Pittsburgh-based Argo, a startup that some say is on a mission to save Ford's future. More than 2,000 miles away from Silicon Valley, it built the technology that powers Ford's self-driving ambitions.