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Matching Posts For: July, 2012Matches: 26
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7/31/2012 Personal income increased 0.5% in June
7/30/2012 Heads, I Win, Tails, You Lose
7/27/2012 The First Estimate for Q2 Real GDP Growth is 1.5% at an Annual Rate
7/26/2012 Justice Roberts's Lesson for Ben Bernanke
7/26/2012 New Orders for Durable Goods Increased 1.6% in June
7/25/2012 How to End "Too Big to Fail"
7/25/2012 New Single-Family Home Sales Fell 8.4% in June, to a 350,000 Annual Rate
7/24/2012 Wesbury vs. Krugman
7/23/2012 Slow in Q2, But No Recession
7/19/2012 Existing Home Sales Fell 5.4% in June to an Annual Rate of 4.37 Million Units
7/18/2012 Housing Starts Increased 6.9% in June, Up 23.6% Versus a Year Ago
7/17/2012 NAHB Housing Market Index Hits Highest Level in Over 5 Years
7/17/2012 Industrial Production Rose 0.4% in June
7/17/2012 The Consumer Price Index (CPI) was Unchanged in June
7/16/2012 Retail Sales Declined 0.5% in June
7/16/2012 Stocks are Really Cheap
7/13/2012 The Producer Price Index (PPI) Rose 0.1% in June, Well Above Consensus
7/12/2012 Initial Claims Fall to 350K
7/11/2012 The Trade Deficit in Goods and Services Came in at $48.7 Billion in May
7/10/2012 It's Not a Zombie Economy
7/9/2012 Unemployment a Secular Problem
7/6/2012 Non-farm payrolls increased 80,000 in June
7/5/2012 Business Investment Dwarfs Housing
7/5/2012 The ISM non-manufacturing index declined to 52.1 in June
7/2/2012 Freedom and Health
7/2/2012 The ISM manufacturing index declined to 49.7 in June


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