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Matching Posts For: November, 2012Matches: 20
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11/30/2012 Personal Income was Unchanged in October, Personal Consumption Declined 0.2%
11/29/2012 Real GDP Revised to a 2.7% Annual Growth Rate in Q3 from a Prior Estimate of 2.0%
11/28/2012 New Single-Family Home Sales Declined 0.3% in October, to a 368K Annual Rate
11/27/2012 New Orders for Durable Goods were Unchanged in October
11/26/2012 Consumers Plow Ahead
11/20/2012 Housing Starts Rose 3.6% in October to 894,000 Units at an Annual Rate
11/19/2012 Existing Home Sales Rose 2.1% in October to an Annual Rate of 4.79 Million Units
11/19/2012 The Cliff Ain't So Bad
11/19/2012 Election Musings
11/16/2012 Industrial Production Declined 0.4% in October
11/15/2012 The Consumer Price Index (CPI) was up 0.1% in October
11/14/2012 Retail Sales Declined 0.3% in October
11/14/2012 The Producer Price Index (PPI) Declined 0.2% in October
11/12/2012 Leaning Left
11/8/2012 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $41.5 Billion in September
11/5/2012 The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Declined to 54.2 in October
11/5/2012 Election Matters, But Stocks are Cheap
11/2/2012 Non-Farm Payrolls Increased 171K in Oct, Revisions to Aug/Sep Bring the Net Gain to 255K
11/1/2012 The ISM Manufacturing Index Rose to 51.7 in October from 51.5 in September
11/1/2012 Nonfarm Productivity Increased at a 1.9% Annual Rate in the 3rd Quarter


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