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January 30, 2016

with 51% increase in users amazon web services sales see 100% growth

Data curated by FindTheCompany
Amazon announced earnings for Q4 2015 recently At the close of the market, with Amazon’s showing  EPS of $1 and revenue of $35.7 billion both came in below analyst estimates.
Net sales from Amazon Web Services came in at $2.4 billion, up from $1.4 billion the previous year, and the company reported a 51% growth in prime users. Inc. (AMZN) Revenue Breakdown | FindTheCompany

April 22, 2015

Private equity share by UK across global financial markets

via  Statista
This statistic shows the share of private equity in international financial markets assigned to United Kingdom (UK) in eleven years time perspective (2001 to 2012). In 2004, the UK’s share of private equity reached 24 percent in financial markets. In comparison, in 2012 it reached ten percent.

March 25, 2015

US Credit Card Debt from 2010 to 2014 in billion dollars

US Credit  Card Debt from 2010 to 2014 in billion dollars

The chart by  shows the amount of  credit card debt in the United States from first quarter of 2010 to fourth quarter of 2014. The credit card debt in the United States amounted to approximately 669 billion U.S. dollars in the second quarter of 2014.The highest level of credit card debt was during the sub prime crisis of 2009 -2010 when US had  first quarter of 2010, when it amounted to $762 billion 

July 1, 2011

The Cost of Reducing government debt

The chart below shows OECD calculations of what it would take governments to reduce gross debt to 60% of GDP by 2026. This is around the level considered healthy and is also the ratio set by the widely ignored Maastricht agreement, which is meant to govern debt in the European Union. It is not pretty.
AMID strikes and violent public protests, on June 29th Greece’s parliament voted in favour of the government’s emergency package of austerity measures. The package, which requires a second vote to implement it on June 30th, is necessary. Without it, the European Union and the International Monetary Fund will not release another tranche of a large rescue loan to the country. And without the loan, Greece cannot afford to meet the interest payments on its monumental government debt. But because the package will bear down too heavily on ordinary Greeks without addressing necessary structural reform, it is likely to fail. Many other rich countries have big debt burdens and are facing similar problems.  

March 22, 2011