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Matching Posts For: July, 2010Matches: 25
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7/30/2010 The first estimate for Q2 real GDP growth is 2.4% at an annual rate
7/28/2010 New orders for durable goods declined 1.0% in June
7/26/2010 The Good, Bad and Ugly of Austerity
7/26/2010 New single-family home sales increased 23.6% in June to a 330,000 annual rate
7/23/2010 Waving the White Flag on Tax Hikes
7/22/2010 Existing home sales fell 5.1% in June
7/20/2010 Housing starts declined 5.0% in June
7/19/2010 "New Normal" Nowhere in Sight
7/16/2010 The CPI fell 0.1% in June
7/15/2010 Wesbury 101 - "3 Myths about Consumption and Savings"
7/15/2010 Industrial production increased 0.1% in June
7/15/2010 The Producer Price Index (PPI) fell 0.5% in June
7/14/2010 Retail sales declined 0.5% in June
7/13/2010 The trade deficit expanded by $1.9 billion in May
7/12/2010 Trade Deficits As Far As the Eye Can See
7/9/2010 Wesbury 101 - "The Political Economy"
7/9/2010 Brian on spending and taxes
7/8/2010 Doubling Exports is a Low Hurdle
7/8/2010 Brian's thoughts on the increase in the personal savings rate
7/6/2010 ISM services index falls slightly to 53.8 in June
7/6/2010 Get Real - This is Not 1932
7/6/2010 Brian on the Illinois budget crisis
7/2/2010 Brian discusses the June employment report
7/2/2010 Payrolls fall 125,000 while unemployment rate drops to 9.5%
7/1/2010 The ISM Manufacturing index fell to a still strong 56.2 in June from 59.7 in May


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