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Matching Posts For: October, 2010Matches: 24
 
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10/29/2010 Brian discusses the election and today's GDP report on Fox
10/29/2010 Real GDP growth at a 2.0% annual rate in Q3
10/27/2010 New single-family home sales increased 6.6% in September
10/27/2010 Durable goods orders increased 3.3% in September
10/25/2010 Beating Bridgewater's Big Bear Bet
10/25/2010 Existing home sales boom in September, rise 10% for the month
10/22/2010 The Boom Begins in Texas
10/19/2010 Housing starts increased 0.3% in September to 610,000 units at an annual rate
10/18/2010 Industrial production falls 0.2% in September
10/18/2010 Fed Ignores Gold, Targets Higher Inflation, and Plays With Fire
10/15/2010 CPI increased 0.1% in September
10/15/2010 Retail sales rise by a robust 0.6% in September
10/14/2010 The trade deficit in goods and services grew by $3.8 billion to $46.3 billion in August
10/14/2010 PPI rises 0.4% in September
10/11/2010 No More Steroids Needed
10/8/2010 Wesbury 101 - "Dow 13,000?"
10/8/2010 Brian on Varney & Co. with host Stuart Varney
10/8/2010 Private sector adds jobs for the ninth consecutive month in September
10/6/2010 Tax Cut Update
10/6/2010 Boehner: Stop all the bad stuff
10/5/2010 The ISM non-manufacturing composite index rose to 53.2 in September
10/4/2010 Emancipation From What...Capitalism?
10/1/2010 September ISM Manufacturing still shows growth
10/1/2010 Personal income increased 0.5% in August while personal consumption increased 0.4%
 

 

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