Where Are Companies Finding Growth?

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March 17 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Alix Steel looks at economic growth on Bloomberg Television's “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Fancier, the single best chart.

Interesting talking about where companies are finding their growth.

We usually attribute it to china in terms of earnings.

If you look at s&p in the second quarter of 2012-2013, average 3%. this chart shows those doing better.

The one psycho below, the red bars show foreign-born to companies.

The green bars show the mystically-oriented companies.

-- domestically-oriented companies.

We could see a shift back in the companies making their money from foreign companies instead.

It is interesting when you attribute a lot of growth to emerging markets in china, recently, it is been about the u.s. driving.

Richard falkenrath with us on security and crimea today, but also on the expansion of the neck and vision abroad.

We are still doing a lot abroad.

Will the national push continues -- multinational push continues.

The foreign policy basically describes the u.s. is in retreat as being less forceful, at least on the strategic front.

Economic is that pace.

The obama administration, the tagline is, foreign policy slipping back, pulling away from our engagement and engage in with a light footprint and with leading at all, being from behind.

Let's get to photos.

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