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Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line" presents "Encore," a look back at the most notable news makers from the past week. (Source: Bloomberg)

We bring you encore, a look at the most notable newsmakers from the past week on "bottom line." everything now is on the internet.

We buy and sell on the internet.

We do rmb&d on the internet.

If we can get cross-border dataflow rooms established -- rules established, that would be the biggest drug ball.

People are looking for not only the education but also the experience attainment and that requires both employers and the individuals as well as the educational system to support investing in the required education to for fill the demand for these jobs over the next five to 10 years.

The more we can produce domestically by that means pricing on a local basis more than a global basis.

Having said that, it won't do a lot to change oil price to radically.

What we need is natural gas in the transportation fuel if we really need to go after the oil price.

It's a whole different mindset.

In the last five years, there's been a lot of people talking about compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, methanol from natural gas.

This can be a game changer.

The deficit as come down dramatically over the last few years and then the real deficit problems are in the medium term.

Retargeting away from sequestration and more towards the longer-term makes a lot of sense.

The fed has been very clear, i think, that what it does be so the -- what it does vis a vis tapering, a cannot know with certainty how the economy will behave.

If it stronger than expected, there's a chance we could see some tapering.

If it is as expected or weaker than expected, tapering will be pushed off until the middle of next year.

This benefited the wealthy and asset owners has certainly been part of the consequences of quantitative easing.

I think it's one of the things that was focused on in the hearing.

It's very uncomfortable for janet yelling to deal with because that's not the outcome of the policy she wanted or intended.

For me, the most important, robusta to stick his payroll jobs.

We created 2.2 million jobs last year.

Only creating another 2.2 million this year and i don't know why they don't point to that and say things are better than they think.

They are better than characterized in the economy.

Encore, a look at the notable newsmakers from this past week

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