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Matching Posts For: February, 2011Matches: 23
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2/28/2011 Personal income spiked 1.0% in January, while personal consumption increased 0.2%
2/28/2011 Stay Positive – It’s the Right Thing To Do
2/23/2011 Brian discusses oil prices on FBN's "Varney & Co."
2/23/2011 Existing home sales rise 2.7% in January
2/22/2011 Debt Limit Brinksmanship
2/18/2011 Wesbury 101 - "No Bubbles, Sugar, or Dead Cat Bounces"
2/18/2011 Brian discusses the inflation threat on CNBC's Kudlow Report
2/17/2011 Fed Moves Its Growth Forecast in the Right Direction
2/17/2011 CPI increases 0.4% in January, higher than expected
2/16/2011 Industrial production fell 0.1% in January
2/16/2011 The Producer Price Index (PPI) increased 0.8% in January
2/16/2011 Housing starts soared 14.6% in January
2/15/2011 Retail sales and sales excluding autos both increased 0.3% in January
2/14/2011 The Federal Budget: It's a Mess
2/14/2011 Brian discusses the White House's budget on FBN's "Daytime"
2/14/2011 Brian on CNBC's Kudlow Report
2/11/2011 The trade deficit in goods and services expanded to $40.6 billion in December
2/9/2011 Claims Mystery Solved
2/7/2011 FASB Surrenders - America Wins
2/4/2011 Non-farm payrolls increased 36,000 in January
2/3/2011 Non-farm producitivty increased at a 2.6% annual rate in Q4
2/3/2011 The ISM non-manufacturing composite index increased to 59.4 in January
2/1/2011 ISM index smashes estimates; increases to 60.8 in January


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