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Bloomberg News Graphics Advisory for Oct. 27

October 27, 2011

Bloomberg News has moved or plans to move the following graphics over our photo delivery Web site, www.bloomberg.com/photos and our newswire Web site, http://www.bloomberg.com/newsfeed. Updates to this advisory will move as needed. Related stories carry the same slug, unless otherwise noted. All times indicated are for New York.

The graphics department can be reached at Inquiries on this advisory should be directed to Jeff Tannenbaum at jtannenbaum@bloomberg.net. (Please do not respond to this e-mail.)

BGOV_BAROMETER_102711. Graphic shows that employers responsible for dismissals of at least 50 people cited regulations or government interference as a reason in less than 1 percent of the cases reported to the U.S. Labor Department over the last 4 1/2 years. That suggests employers are less likely than John Boehner or Mitt Romney to blame government regulations for layoffs. Size: 2C X 4in. (96.0 mm X 101.6 mm) Available now.

US_ECO_GDP_102711. Graphic shows quarter-over-quarter percentage changes in U.S. gross domestic product over time, breaking out key categories in the latest quarter. Available now in two sizes: 1C X 4.5 in. (45.9 mm X 114.3 mm) and 2C X 4 in. (96 mm X 101.6 mm)

COD_STOCKS_MOMENTUM_102711. Graphic shows that in all but one of the cases since 1991, the Standard and Poor’s 500 stock index rose in the 12 months after a day in which 90 percent of its members sold above their average closing price over the previous 50 days. Another such day occurred this week, pointing to further gains for stocks, according to Keith Lerner, chief market strategist at SunTrust Investment Services Size: 3C X 4in. (146.0 mm X 101.6 mm) Expected by 15:00.

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