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The Battle On The Clouds Essay

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Volume 1 , Issue 1
Dec, 6th, 2011
Table of Contents:
Executive Summary 1 Macroeconomic Conditions 2 Industry Conditions 4 Industry Analysis 5 Financial Statement Analysis 6
Corporate Governance 8 Fundamental Valuation 9 Trend and next product 11 Technical Valuation 12 Summary 13 References 14
The Battle on The Clouds
Microsoft hesitated
participating the
market, and even
they found the way
to prevent develop-
ment of this technol-
ogy because it
affects the PC mar-
ket and Windows
revenue. Nonethe-
less, Microsoft's
huge technology
power helped Mi-
crosoft overcome any
challenge. Microsoft
released Office 365
that is a new office
server product looks
like Office 2010 but
operated by cloud
computing. This soft-
ware and a new PC
operating system -
Window 8- will help
Microsoft achieve a
big market share in
the computer software
market. In additional,
MSFT has a solid fi-
nancial growth. We
strongly support to
buy its stock at the

Economic growth positively
improved in the past two years
after the global economic cri-
sis. This is presented by con-
tinue increase in real GDP.
According to the estimate re-
leased by the Bureau of Eco-
nomic Analysis, real GDP in
the third quarter of 2011 in-
creased 2.0 percent compare
with the second quarter which
raised 1.3 percent.
The GDP increase in the third
quarter reflected a positive
growth of strong consumption,
increased investment, slightly
increase of federal government
spending and also state and
local government spending,
decreased import, and im-
proved export. Specially, final
sales in computer section con-
tributed 0.22 percentages in
increase of real GDP in the
third quarter.
Page 2
Volume 1 , Issue 1
Inflation has the biggest increase in 3 years (see
Chart # 2) from 0.1% in 2008 to 3.5% in September
2001. That means consumers are still optimistic
about the economic and continue to hand out their
money for expenditures.
That means consumers are still optimistic about the economic and continue to hand out their money for expenditures. of Con-
sumer Price Index (CPI).
Souses: FRED

The Batt le on The Clouds
Inflation has a trend continue
increase because of impacting
of increase of the cruel oil and
food price. Political crisis in
major crude oil producing
countries such as Libya, Iran
and natural disaster are two
main reasons for continuously
increase of U.S inflation after
the global economic crisis.
However, inflation rate about
3% recently...

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