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Matching Posts For: March, 2011Matches: 30
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3/30/2011 Brian discusses housing on CNBC's Kudlow Report
3/28/2011 Revisions Provide Reason for Optimism on Business Investment
3/28/2011 The Shorts Get Whipsawed by the VIX
3/28/2011 Reader Feedback: Freight Train Cars
3/28/2011 Personal income increased 0.3% in February; Personal consumption up 0.7%
3/28/2011 Corporate Profits Hit a New Record High
3/25/2011 Real GDP growth in Q4 was revised up to a 3.1%
3/24/2011 Housing Bottom Still to Come?
3/24/2011 Durable goods orders drop 0.9% in February
3/23/2011 New home sales drop 16.9%
3/21/2011 Existing home sales fall 9.6% in February
3/21/2011 Japan, "Supply Shocks" and Money
3/18/2011 Brian Wesbury on CNBC's "The Kudlow Report" last night
3/17/2011 The Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased 0.5% in February
3/17/2011 Including revisions, industrial production up 0.4% in February
3/17/2011 Brian Talks about Japan's Economic Impact on the U.S. On CNBC
3/16/2011 Housing starts fell 22.5% in February to 479,000 units at an annual rate
3/16/2011 PPI increases 1.6% in February
3/15/2011 Fed Pays Lip Service to Better Economy and Higher Inflation
3/14/2011 It's A Natural Disaster, Not A Black Swan
3/11/2011 Retail sales increased 1.0% in February
3/10/2011 The trade deficit in goods and services expanded by $6.1 billion to $46.3 billion in January
3/9/2011 Brian Debates Mark Zandi on NPR
3/9/2011 Wesbury 101 - "Government Spending: It's The Problem"
3/9/2011 Who Gets Credit for the Recovery?
3/4/2011 Brian debates inflation on CNBC's Kudlow Report
3/4/2011 Nonfarm payrolls rise 192K in February
3/3/2011 ISM Services index rises to 59.7 in February
3/3/2011 Non-farm productivity (output per hour) rose at a 2.6% annual rate in the fourth quarter
3/1/2011 The ISM Manufacturing index increased to 61.4 in February from 60.8 in January


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