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Matching Posts For: September, 2011Matches: 25
 
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9/30/2011 Personal income declined 0.1% in August
9/29/2011 Real GDP growth in Q2 was revised up slightly to a 1.3% annual
9/28/2011 Retailers Not Seeing Slowdown
9/28/2011 New orders for durable goods slipped 0.1% in August
9/26/2011 New single-family home sales fell 2.3% in August
9/26/2011 A Whiff of Volcker
9/23/2011 Still No Panic in High Frequency Data
9/21/2011 Fed Actively Twists But Holds Off on QE3
9/21/2011 Exisiting home sales rise 7.7%
9/20/2011 Housing starts fell 5.0% in August to 571,000 units at an annual rate
9/19/2011 No Recession, No Panic
9/16/2011 No Recession In High Frequency Data
9/15/2011 CPI beats expectations, rises 0.4% in August
9/15/2011 Industrial production rose 0.2% in August
9/14/2011 Retail sales unchanged in August
9/14/2011 The Producer Price Index (PPI) was unchanged in August
9/12/2011 High Frequency Indicators Continue to Remain Solid
9/12/2011 The Long Run is Now
9/8/2011 Wesbury 101 - Let's Roll!
9/8/2011 Trade defiict shrank by $6.8 billion in July
9/6/2011 The ISM non-manufacturing composite index increased to 53.3 in August
9/6/2011 Want Jobs? Have Faith
9/2/2011 Non-farm payrolls were unchanged in August
9/1/2011 The ISM manufacturing index declined slightly to 50.6 in August
9/1/2011 Nonfarm productivity revised lower in Q2
 

 

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