Economy thoughts turmoil

Resurgent Departure.

An enigmatic anmbiguity

Economical activity is  seemingly a resurgence , and apparently a departure.

The resurgence is marked by a hike in the index of stock trading.

The departure is pronounced by  unemployment.

The oxymoron of  surging fall is creating a worldwide dissatisfaction.

The rebounding finance is pulled down by joblessness.

Every quarter reflects a displacement of jobs and in U.S. alone there is 10%  unemployment.

Another important factor that is extricating the economy from  jubilation is the fraud and deceit .

The greed of the higher-ups in the corporate world is beyond comprehension. The circumscribing indulgence of the top brass evolves an infringement of accumulation.

Nearly 552 banks are in trouble in U.S.

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have registered a voluminous loss .

The demand  to equip the mortgage  companies is extremely huge ,that  calls for a wide spread  bail out plan .

The autos are still reflecting in heavy losses.

Bankruptcy of many a prominent conglomerates are on the anvil.

The transitional fray is still not so remarkable .

The revenue oriented resurgence is yet to take off.

The spending faction is embarking on a departure , emphasised by a not so reviving economy .

There is a virtual uneasiness and a paid distraction that compels governance to take a second look at the  programmes they have charted out.

A symptomatic treatment to the economy has not provided a charming intuitiveness.

It has not cured the illness but has suppressed the invalidity for a temporary duration.

An explosion is bickering around .

The world is awaiting a conscientious threatening that may blast out at any given time.

By meenas17

A lover of classical Carnatic music.
An avid reader, passionate writer, into stocks and investments for livelihood

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