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Matching Posts For: August, 2010Matches: 35
 
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8/31/2010 Reader Feedback: Freight Train Cars
8/30/2010 Odds Brightening for Tax Cut Extension
8/30/2010 Personal Income Increased 0.2% in July, Consumption Up 0.4%
8/27/2010 How To Be A Famous Economist
8/27/2010 Wesbury 101 - "Economic Hypochondria"
8/27/2010 Brian on Yahoo! Finance's Tech Ticker
8/27/2010 Q2 Real GDP Revision Better Than Expected
8/26/2010 Really Good News: Non-Seasonally Adjusted Claims Fall to New Cycle Low
8/25/2010 Brian defends his optimism on the Fox Business Network
8/25/2010 New home sales fall 12.4% in July
8/25/2010 New orders for durable goods increased 0.3% in July
8/24/2010 Existing home sales fell 27.2% in July to an annual rate of 3.83 million
8/23/2010 We Knew Ronald Reagan...and He's No Reagan
8/19/2010 What's Driving Initial Claims Up?
8/19/2010 Brian Wesbury interviewed on CBS 2 Chicago from this morning
8/18/2010 The Hindenburg Omen – A Really Bad Case of Economic Hypochondria
8/17/2010 Deficits Don't Stimulate
8/17/2010 Industrial production increased 1.0% in July
8/17/2010 Housing starts increased 1.7% in July to 546,000 units at an annual rate
8/17/2010 The PPI rose 0.2% in July
8/16/2010 Politics and Pessimists
8/13/2010 Brian on CNBC's Kudlow Report
8/13/2010 The Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased 0.3% in July
8/13/2010 Retail sales rose 0.4% in July
8/12/2010 Wesbury 101 - "Stimulus and the Soft Patch"
8/12/2010 Brian discusses the outlook for housing on CNBC
8/11/2010 The trade deficit surged by $7.9 billion to $49.9 billion in June
8/11/2010 The Fed Gives the Treasury a Gift
8/10/2010 Non-farm productivity (output per hour) fell at a 0.9% annual rate in the second quarter
8/9/2010 Please - No More Stimulus
8/6/2010 July payrolls down 131,000
8/4/2010 The ISM Non-Manufacturing composite index rose to 54.3 in July
8/3/2010 Personal income and consumption were both unchanged in June
8/2/2010 The ISM Manufacturing index fell to a still strong 55.5
8/2/2010 GDP Data - Better than the Spin Suggests
 

 

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