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27 апреля, 13:45

Виртуальные витрины, тепловые карты и 3D-модели: как современная розница внедряет новые технологии

Современные покупатели не отказывают себе в удовольствии опробовать приобретаемые продукты «в деле» и получить новый опыт в совершении покупки. Поэтому чтобы соответствовать ожиданиям клиентов, ретейлеры делают фокус на сам продукт и его качество, предоставляя возможность досконально изучить продукт еще до его покупки

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27 апреля, 02:52

Get The Apple Watch Nike+ Look For Under $20

Like the sporty appearance of the Apple Watch Nike+ but you already own an Apple Watch? You can get a similar look for under $20 with OULUOQI’s take on the Nike Sport Band.

27 апреля, 01:25

Trump Tax Plan Empowers Countless More Americans To Bribe An Underwhelming Child Into College

Like what you read below? Sign up for HUFFPOST HILL and get a cheeky dose of political news every evening! The entire Senate took coach buses over to the White House, and even money says Ted Cruz was the only person to raise his hand when the driver asked if anyone wanted to watch the movie. Ivanka Trump is starting up her own Clinton Foundation, but don’t expect your Facebook feed to fill up with posts from your aunt about how Ivanka is hiding a Parkinson’s diagnosis or runs a child sex ring in a pizzeria. And until this week, the three things we were most surprised hadn’t materialized were smartphones with built-in projectors, a domestic fast-casual chain that sells poutine and a cascade of racial discrimination allegations against Fox News. Well, we can cross one off our list. This is HUFFPOST HILL for Wednesday, April 26th, 2017: CONGRATULATIONS TO RICH PEOPLE - Look, it was either expanding Medicaid or making sure that Harvard-Westlake’s alumni network had enough left over to endow a new standalone lacrosse field. Zach Carter: “President Donald Trump’s top economic advisers on Wednesday proposed trillions of dollars in tax cuts for millionaires under a plan billed as the biggest tax reform in over 30 years…. They did insist on three major perks for the wealthy, however ― reducing the tax rate on stocks, bonds and real estate investments; eliminating inheritance taxes for millionaire heirs and heiresses; and bringing down the tax rate on the largest corporations to less than half of what it is now. The inheritance tax ― disparaged by conservatives as a ‘death tax’ ― only applies to millionaires. Magnates must will at least $5.45 million to their heirs ($10.9 million for couples) to qualify for the tax. Heirs and heiresses pay an average rate of 16.6 percent on these inheritances, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, generating about $275 billion for the government over 10 years.” [HuffPost] HOUSE FREEDOM CAUCUS THIRSTY FOR MORE UNINSURED - But some “moderate” Republicans don’t want people to know they made them uninsured, so there’s an impasse. Matt Fuller: “House Republicans appear closer than ever to repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, after the House Freedom Caucus formally endorsed a revised version of the GOP health care bill and moderates looked to be largely going along with the changes. It’s still a real question whether Republicans have the votes. There were almost enough moderates publicly opposing the health care bill before an amendment worked out between co-chairman of the moderate Tuesday Group Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.) and Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) dragged the legislation even further to the right. But those changes, which would significantly undermine protections for people with pre-existing conditions, have won over a large swath of conservatives.” [HuffPost] This is still the bill everyone hated last month, only it’s even worse for sick people. “Apparently yanking away the funds that allow millions of people to get health insurance isn’t enough for some House Republicans. Now they also want to gut the Affordable Care Act’s protection for people with pre-existing conditions.” [HuffPost’s Jonathan Cohn] Also, the Senate exists. “While House Republicans have reanimated their push to repeal the Affordable Care Act by crafting a plan to appease conservatives, Senate moderates on Wednesday were already expressing serious doubts about the new proposal.” [HuffPost’s Michael McAuliff] TRUMP’S LATEST EMPTY THREAT: BLOWING UP THE INSURANCE MARKET - He won’t do it...for the time being. Jeffrey Young and Jonathan Cohn: “The White House walked back its threat Wednesday to explode the Obamacare market by halting crucial payments to health insurance companies, just hours after signaling it might take that drastic step within weeks…. The consequences of halting these payments to health insurance companies would be devastating for people who buy coverage on their own, rather than through employers. Insurers would face higher costs leading to bigger premium hikes, and in many states could respond by cancelling coverage for the rest of 2017. The administration’s sudden shift marks the latest example of President Donald Trump issuing a threat, and then withdrawing it when it doesn’t result in the deal he wanted.” [HuffPost] BERNIE BROS SUDDENLY REALIZE THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HILLARY AND TRUMP - RIP to your CoD multiplayer parties, brahs. David Shepardson: “The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday proposed overturning the landmark 2015 Obama-era net neutrality rules that prohibit broadband providers from giving or selling access to certain internet services over others. A plan to reverse the rules approved by the FCC under Democratic President Barack Obama is expected to set off a fight over the future of the internet regulation. Ajit Pai, who was named chair of the FCC by President Donald Trump in January, said at a speech in Washington he was aiming to reverse rules that gave the government greater regulatory powers over internet service providers, arguing they cost jobs and depressed investment.” [Reuters] TRUMP LOOKING TO LEAVE NAFTA - Congratulations to the Republican Party on staying true to its commitment to free markets. Tara Palmeri, Adam Behsudi and Seung Min Kim: “The Trump administration is considering an executive order on withdrawing the U.S. from NAFTA — and initial reaction on Capitol Hill to the planned move has been mostly negative. A draft order has been submitted for final stages of review and could be unveiled late this week or early next, two White House officials told POLITICO. The effort, which still could change in coming days as more officials weigh in, would indicate the administration’s intent to withdraw from the sweeping Clinton-era pact by triggering the timeline set forth in the deal… The approach appears designed to extract better terms from Canada and Mexico. But it raises the possibility the Trump administration could walk away from one of the largest trade deals on the planet.” [Politico] TRUMP’S WALL IS MAYBE HIS WORST DEAL YET - And, again, we’re talking about a guy who sold steaks in an electronics catalog. S.V. Date: “On Day One as president, candidate Donald Trump promised last year, he would start working on his ‘great wall’ along the southern border. It would be 35 feet tall ― at least. It would be 1,000 miles long, and extend deep enough underground to prevent Mexicans from tunneling beneath it. And it would be impenetrable: ‘It’s going to be made of hardened concrete, and it’s going to be made of rebar. That’s steel,’ he explained to a Virginia audience.... Early specifications call for only an 18-foot wall, although 30 feet is preferable. The material is unspecified, and the Cabinet member in charge of building it has said in some places it might be more a series of sensors than an actual structure. As to who will pay for it, it turns out Mexico is not particularly interested in doing that, leaving U.S. taxpayers on the hook ― if and when work actually starts. Except that Congress isn’t that eager to spend tens of billions of dollars for Trump’s project either.” [HuffPost] Like HuffPost Hill? Then order Eliot’s book, The Beltway Bible: A Totally Serious A-Z Guide To Our No-Good, Corrupt, Incompetent, Terrible, Depressing, and Sometimes Hilarious Government Does somebody keep forwarding you this newsletter? Get your own copy. It’s free! Sign up here. Send tips/stories/photos/events/fundraisers/job movement/juicy miscellanea to [email protected] Follow us on Twitter - @HuffPostHill TRUMP LOOKING TO GUT 9TH CIRCUIT - Forget separation of powers, we could use some separation of pouters, amirite? Amirite?? Sarah Westwood: “President Trump said Wednesday that he has ‘absolutely’ considered proposals that would split up the 9th Circuit, where judges have blocked two of his executive actions. ‘Absolutely, I have,’ Trump said of considering 9th circuit breakup proposals during a far-ranging interview with the Washington Examiner at the White House on Wednesday. ‘There are many people that want to break up the 9th Circuit. It’s outrageous.’ …  His comments came one day after U.S. District Judge William Orrick temporarily blocked Trump’s efforts to withhold funds from any municipality that refuses to cooperate with immigration enforcement officers.” [Washington Examiner] THE TRUMPS ARE DOING *LITERALLY* EVERYTHING THEY RAILED AGAINST DURING THE CAMPAIGN - We cannot wait for Chris Cillizza to weigh in on this one. Paul Blumenthal: “Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and White House adviser, plans to start a fund to help female entrepreneurs worldwide, using money from private-sector donors and foreign governments. According to Axios, the first to report the first daughter’s plan, the fund will be run by the World Bank. ‘Canadians, Germans and a few Middle Eastern countries have already made quiet commitments, as have several corporations,’ Axios previously reported. The fund will provide ‘working and growth capital to small- and medium-sized enterprises.’  … [T]he Ivanka Trump-World Bank fund sounds like it will mimic the work of a private organization that got a lot of (bad) publicity in 2016: the Clinton Foundation…. The foundation was seen as a major conflict of interest for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, whose critics claimed her decisions as secretary of state benefitted foundation donors.” [HuffPost] @Farenthold: White House now says @IvankaTrump will have no major role in fund that @axios mentioned, won’t raise $ or control its output. Updating... Paul Blumenthal notes that the level of nepotism and corruption exhibited by the Trump family is typically found in third-world countries. THE WHEELS ON THE BUS GO ROUND AND ROUND (TO OUR HYPERSENSITIVE NORTH KOREA BRIEFING) - Bet you Orrin Hatch pulled the power move where he went to the back row with 4 contiguous seats and laid down like a boss. Matthew Pennington and Vivian Salama: “The Trump administration hosted senators for an extraordinary White House briefing Wednesday at a perilous moment with North Korea, marked by nuclear threats from the unpredictable nation and stern talk of military action, if necessary, from the United States. All 100 senators were invited and taken in buses for the unprecedented, classified briefing. President Trump’s secretary of State, Defense secretary, top general and national intelligence director were to outline for them North Korea’s escalating nuclear capabilities and U.S. response options, officials said. The briefing team was to meet later with House members in the Capitol.” [AP] FOX NEWS ANCHOR ALLEGES DISCRIMINATION AT NETWORK - We Report. You Get Passed Over For A Promotion. Michael Calderone: “Fox News veteran Kelly Wright, the only black man with an anchor position at the network, on Wednesday emotionally described being demeaned, marginalized, and prevented from advancing in his career due to racial bias.... Wright was speaking out, he said, because Fox News leadership had ‘lost their way’ and ‘failed to be fair and balanced to all of our employees regardless of race, gender, faith, creed, or color.’ ... Wright is the most high-profile employee of color to join a growing group of current and former Fox News staffers alleging racial discrimination inside the company. On Tuesday, 11 current and former employees filed a class action suit against the network, parent company 21st Century Fox, Fox News general counsel Dianne Brandi, and former Fox News comptroller Judith Slater.” [HuffPost] Make sure you read Jason Fagone’s powerful Highline piece on how trauma surgeons bear witness to America’s gun violence epidemic. WHEN YOU DON’T CARE ABOUT YOUR METRICS ANYMORE - Sarah Emerson: “[I]n a blog post today, The Wilderness Society…a national conservation nonprofit, noticed something strange. As of March this year, the BLM was no longer posting images of rivers, forests, deserts, and mountains. Instead, its Flickr page now exclusively shares portraits of oil wells, mining pits, and construction — the kind of development that stands to devastate the very places the agency exists to protect.” [Motherboard] BECAUSE YOU’VE READ THIS FAR - Here’s a beaver herding some cattle. TYPICAL BIG GOVERNMENT REPUBLICANS: WANTING TO CONTROL WHAT YOU EAT - Joseph Erbentraut and Arthur Delaney: “According to a study released Wednesday by the Voice of the People, a nonpartisan polling group, and conducted by University of Maryland researchers, an overwhelming majority of American voters of both parties favor restricting SNAP benefits from being used to buy soda and candy, as well as incentivizing fruit and vegetable purchases and increasing the overall amount of SNAP benefits available. The study found that of the 7,000 voters polled, 76 percent of respondents agreed that SNAP benefits should not be used to buy candy. For Republican respondents 85 percent approved of banning the sweets, while 68 percent of Democrat respondents agreed.” [HuffPost] COMFORT FOOD - A country-by-country guide to personal space. - Turns out there’s a universal poop constant. - In case you’d ever wondered what a Starbucks location the size of a Nike Store would look like, now you know. TWITTERAMA They said if we voted for Hillary the president's daughter would shake down foreign leaders for donations and they were right.— Tim Murphy (@timothypmurphy) April 26, 2017 little-known fact: “looks great” is another way of a journalist saying “i will never read your piece”— maxwell (@maxwellstrachan) April 26, 2017 If Emmanuel Macron comes up with unique economic ideas for France will we call them Macroneconomics? .........bye— David Mack (@davidmackau) April 26, 2017 Got something to add? Send tips/quotes/stories/photos/events/fundraisers/job movement/juicy miscellanea to Eliot Nelson ([email protected]) -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

26 апреля, 13:54

Правдивая история: почему допинг-скандал не разрушил карьеру и бизнес Марии Шараповой

Как Шараповой удалось сохранить статус суперзвезды, несмотря на допинговую дисквалификацию

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26 апреля, 12:30

Michael Jordan's Charlotte Hornets To Wear Jordan Brand Uniforms Next Season

While Nike's eight-year partnership with the NBA doesn't start until next fall, the Charlotte Hornets had a uniform announcement on Tuesday. The team announced that next year they will be outfitted by Nike's Jordan Brand, and will also be the only team to wear the Jordan logo next season.

26 апреля, 11:20

Тренд современной «зелёной» моды: использованная пластиковая бутылка шагнула на подиум

Идиллическая картинка морского побережья с девушкой, бредущей по пляжу и наблюдающей за сёрфером, летящим по волнам прибоя в лучах восходящего солнца, несколько не соответствует действительности. К сожалению, берега морей и океанов и океанов потихоньку превращаются в свалку отработанного пластика.

25 апреля, 17:20

The Looting Machine Called Capitalism

The Looting Machine Called Capitalism Paul Craig Roberts I have come to the conclusion that capitalism is successful primarily because it can impose the majority of the costs associated with its economic activities on outside parties and on the environment. In other words, capitalists make profits because their costs are externalized and born by others.… The post The Looting Machine Called Capitalism appeared first on PaulCraigRoberts.org.

25 апреля, 14:32

Тренд современной «зелёной» моды: использованная пластиковая бутылка шагнула на подиум

Широко известные производители брендов спортивной одежды и обуви объединяют усилия по переработке вторсырья, выловленного на побережье

25 апреля, 12:14

LVMH миллиардера Бернара Арно станет единоличным владельцем Christian Dior

26% акций знаменитого дома моды обойдутся миллиардеру в €12 млрд, а 100% Christian Dior Couture — в €6,5 млрд

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24 апреля, 22:36

Основные фондовые индексы США в последний час торгов демонстрируют позитивную динамику:

Большинство компонентов индекса DOW в плюсе (26 из 30). Больше остальных упали акции NIKE, Inc. (NKE, -0.52%). Лидером роста являются акции JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM, +3.85%). Все сектора индекса S&P в плюсе. Лидер роста - сектор конгломератов (+1.9%). Информационно-аналитический отдел TeleTradeИсточник: FxTeam

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24 апреля, 21:39

Time off in tennis: Expect Maria Sharapova to return in top form

ON APRIL 26th Maria Sharapova will play her first match on the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) tour in 15 months. In March 2016 the International Tennis Federation (ITF) suspended her for using meldonium, which had recently been added to its list of banned substances. She will make her return at the Premier-level clay-court event in Stuttgart—a tournament she won in 2014—in a draw that features seven members from the WTA’s top ten.Ms Sharapova’s suspension has been controversial from the outset. The jury is still out as to whether meldonium actually enhances performance in tennis. Moreover, Ms Sharapova claims she did not realise the substance—which she had used since 2006—had been banned. The ITF reduced her initial penalty of two years to 15 months, and although some of her sponsors, such as Nike, suspended her contracts, others stood by her. Her comeback has raised questions as well. Tournament entries are granted based on a player’s WTA ranking, and after 15 months away, Ms Sharapova is no longer ranked. The WTA has no established protocol for post-suspension entries, so she is only able to compete in Stuttgart because the event granted her a wild card. Many players believe that athletes suspended for doping should not receive such discretionary invitations.As the Russian superstar returns to the court, a different set of questions arise regarding how she will ...

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24 апреля, 13:00

LaVar Ball Responds To Nike Executive, Declares His Brand Will Soon Be Its Competition

LaVar Ball has kept his name in the news during the college basketball season and it appears that will continue into the offseason in advance of the NBA Draft. While his son Lonzo is expected to go in the Top-2, LaVar has set his sights on his Big Baller Brand making waves in the apparel industry,

23 апреля, 11:32

London Marathon 2017: Wanjiru takes men's title, Keitany wins women's race – live!

Updates from the elite races around the 26.2-mile courseDavid Weir wins seventh London Marathon titleEmail Daniel here. And tweet him @DanielHarris 12.13pm BST Back to David Weir: apparently he hinted that he may postpone his retirement to focus on road racing, so good news for us. 12.12pm BST Two very different, but very brilliant elite races. Well-in Mary Keitany and Daniel Wanjiru. Continue reading...

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23 апреля, 02:05

Is ‘sub-two-hour’ Nike marathon attempt just a clever marketing stunt?

On an F1 racetrack, three world-class athletes will try to break the record for a 26.2-mile raceRoll up, roll up – come and see the last of the “world marathon majors” before a man breaks the two-hour barrier.This could be the pitch for Sunday’s London marathon when some 38,000 runners take to the capital’s streets in an event watched by millions. Many will be hoping for a race as memorable as last year when Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge ran a course record, coming home in 2:03:05. Continue reading...

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22 апреля, 12:28

Apple и Nike выпустили смарт-часы Watch NikeLab для любителей фитнеса

Apple и Nike укрепили партнёрство в сфере носимых устройств, выпустив ограниченным тиражом новую версию смарт-часов Apple Watch Series 2 под названием Apple Watch NikeLab. Смарт-часы выполнены в «космически-сером» цвете (space gray), который является одним из самых популярных среди поклонников «яблочных» смартфонов. Цвет ремешка — чёрно-белый. На тыльной стороне смарт-часов нанесён логотип Nike. Помимо ремешка, который не будет продаваться отдельно, смарт-часы Apple Watch NikeLab почти не отличаются от модели Nike + по функциональности и нацелены на любителей фитнеса. Новинка тоже поддерживает приложение Nike + Run Club, эксклюзивные голосовые команды Siri, GPS-навигацию, имеет более яркий дисплей и обладает водонепроницаемостью с возможностью погружения в воду на глубину до 50 м. Всё это стало возможным благодаря двухъядерному процессору S2 и операционной системе watchOS 3.

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22 апреля, 12:00

Eliud Kipchoge applies science to his pursuit of two-hour marathon milestone | Sean Ingle

The Kenyan is foregoing the London Marathon to focus on an audacious Nike-backed unofficial world record attempt, with the two-hour barrier the targetIn any other year, Eliud Kipchoge would be lining up in this Sunday’s London marathon not only as a scalding-hot favourite for a third successive victory but also with a dead eye on Dennis Kimetto’s world record of two hours, two minutes and 57 seconds. Instead the Kenyan is two weeks’ away from attempting something so extraordinary, so fantastical – so ridiculous, in fact – that it hardly seems to make sense: running 26.2 miles in under two hours.To put that in context, that would mean running each mile in an average of four minutes and 34 seconds – seven seconds a mile quicker than Kimetto managed at Berlin in 2014. It would also be a 2.5% reduction on the current world record, and the last time that big a chunk was taken in a men’s distance race was when Ron Clarke set a world-best 10,000m in 1965. Continue reading...

21 апреля, 16:47

«После тридцати я сильнее, чем раньше»: Серена Уильямс в жизни и на корте

Новости США. На днях 35-летняя звезда мирового тенниса Серена Уильямс в социальной сети объявила о своей беременности. Спортсменка выложила селфи, на котором отчетливо виден округлившийся живот. Снимок Серена подписала лаконично: «20 недель». Мы собрали самые интересные факты о жизни и спортивных успехах одной из самых титулованных теннисисток.

21 апреля, 11:16

У украинцев начнут тотально проверять и изымать заграничные посылки

Украинцы, заказывающие товар из-за границы, скажем, по каталогам из Китая, рискуют не увидеть своих обновок. Таможенники вскоре получат право уничтожать подделки, пересылаемые в международных почтовых отправлениях (общим количеством в одном отправлении до 3 штук и […]

21 апреля, 09:31

Nike (NKE) Up 3.6% Since Earnings Report: Can It Continue?

Nike (NKE) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

20 апреля, 14:10

Under Armour (UAA) Down 3.9% Since Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

Under Armour (UAA) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

30 марта 2015, 06:48

Оценка состояния американских компаний по секторам

Несколько модифицировал выборку американских компаний, чтобы охватить вообще все существующие в природе американские нефинансовые компании с годовой выручкой не менее 1 млрд долл, которые предоставляют публичные отчеты. Глобальные тенденции не изменились, но выборка стала более репрезентативной. По крайней мере, это покажет куда все движется.Определенные сложности с календарной синхронизацией, т.к среди почти 1 тыс компаний более, чем достаточно компаний с нестандартной формой предоставления отчетов, где квартал заканчивается не на привычные март, июнь, сентябрь и декабрь, а со смещением месяц или два. Более того, у многих уже заканчивается 2015 финансовый год, тогда как синхронизация в настоящий момент должна проводиться на конец 2014 календарного. Некорректная синхронизация может влиять на кривую финансовых показателей. Определенный порядок удалось навести, так что уточненные данные по крупнейшим американским компаниямКапитализация компаний выходит за грань разумного. На графиках ниже – это не индекс S&P 500, а долларовая суммарная капитализация выбранных 980 компаний из нефин.сектора США в сравнении с фундаментальными показателями.Капитализация достигает 16.5 трлн долл под восторженные возгласы об экономическом чуде и превосходных финансовых показателей компаний. Сравнение с ключевыми показателями свидетельствует об обратном.Коэффициент оборачиваемости активов (asset turnover) начал резко ухудшаться сразу, как только рынок приступил к неуправляемому расширению (с конца 2011). Текущее значение минимальное за 10 лет.Отдача на капитал (ROE %) остается стабильной с 2011 с тенденцией на снижение.Чистая прибыль в млрд долл. Прирост прибыли с конца 2011 всего 77 млрд или менее 10%По сути, весь прирост обеспечили всего 4 отрасли из 34.Это технологические отрасли, фармацевтика и медиа. Что касается медиа то в основном это связано с техническим моментом. Из-за перманентных реструктуризации и связанными с этим убытками, медиа сектор вышел в прибыль, тем самым дифференциал показал столь сильный всплеск прибыли, хотя сама по себе отрасль на грани перманентных убытков (как телекомы).Отрицательный вклад у нефтегаза, автопрома и сырьевых компаний.Выручка с 2011 выросла на 10%, что с небольшой погрешностью укладывается в официальный уровень долларовой инфляции за этот период. Т.е. в реальном выражении роста нет.Кто обеспечил прирост выручки и насколько?Почти на 90% прирост обеспечили 5 отраслей – это ритейлеры различного типа, нефтесервисные компании (за счет обеспечения и обслуживания растущей добычи нефти в США), сектор медицинских услуг и технологическая отрасль. Негативный вклад в основном у нефтегазовых компаний.Емкость секторов. Какой вклад каждого сектора в формирование общего результата?Ключевые финансовые и балансовые показатели компаний из США за последние 10 лет для оценки отраслевых сдвигов и динамикиВ целом относительно неплохо смотрятся три сектора – компании из сектора услуг потребительского назначения, здравоохранение и технологический сектор.Consumer Services - это ритейл, медиа, туризм, отели, рестораны и им подобные услуги. Выручка стабильно растет преимущественно за счет инфляционной составляющей, но устойчивость к кризисным явлениям достаточно высокая.  Чистая маржа самая низкая, прибыль в целом стагнирует.Health Care - здравоохранение, мед.услуги. Тут все понятно. Сектор практически не реагирует на кризисы, выручка растет плавно по заданному тренду из-за повышения проникновения медицины в структуре экономики США, тенденции на старение населения, реформы здравоохранения и роста цен на мед.услуги. Однако, прибыль волатильна, маржинальность имеет тенденцию на снижение.Хуже всего нефтегаз и сырьевые компании. В неустойчивом положении пром.сектор коммерческого назначения и телекомы, которые вечно в убытках. Также есть признаки на негативные тенденции в секторе Consumer Goods - т.е. производство товаров потребительского назначения (Ford, Nike, Coca Cola).Оценка финансовых коэффициентов.ПродолжениеКапитализация компаний вышла на запредельные уровни по историческим меркам, а динамика рынка противоречит фундаментальным показателям, как в абсолютном выражении, так и в относительном.Чистая прибыль в млрд долл в квартальной разбивке по нефинансовым секторам для 980 американских компаний.Выручка в млрд долл в квартальной разбивке по нефинансовым секторам для 980 американских компанийКапитализация в млрд долл в квартальной разбивке по нефинансовым секторам для 980 американских компанийОборачиваемость активов в %Отдача на капиталЧистая маржа в %Источник данных: Thomson Reuters Datastream на основе публичных отчетов компаний. Компиляция, синхронизация и интепретация с моей стороны.